The Fahrenheit Twins, and adaptation of a Michel Faber story by the Told by an idiot company, had its premiere at the Drum Theatre, Plymouth
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There are three free writing workshops in conjunction with the Exeter Northcott theatre and Show Of Strength Theatre Company for the Trading Local series of performance for the Exeter Autumn Festival.
A conference and discussion to critically explore contempoary South Asian arts, its development in the UK and programming opportunities for South West regional venues and festivals, will take place at the Barbican Theatre Plymouth on Tuesday, July 7, between 11am and 4pm.
If Pimm’s is the rich man’s shandy, then the Romantics are everyone’s cup of.. er.. tea, and you can enjoy both (Pimms and Poetry) at the Pimm’s and Poetry evening at the Exeter Northcott theatre.
The Exeter Phoenix, the CCANW the Spacex, Double Elephant Print Workshop and Exeter Artspaces are all combining to bring you the Art in the Park extravaganza, which takes place n Haldon Forest on Sunday, August 16 between 11am and 4pm.
Skylines, the Ecopoetics exhibition, with its festival day on June 20, has all kinds of inventive ways to engage with language and landscape. The exhibition is taking place at the CCANW, at Haldon Forest until June 28. Elizabeth-Jane Burnett, the poet behind the event, explains how it all got started The idea for Skylines came […]
The Wondermentalists, those provides of poetry, performance and participation, will be at the Exeter Phoenix on May 16.
APRIL 2010 TO JUNE 2010 LISTINGS Unless stated otherwise all exhibitions, activities and events take place at Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery. Normal opening hours are 10am to 5.30pm Tuesday to Friday and 10am to 5pm Saturdays and Bank Holiday Mondays. Admission is free. Café and shop facilities are open daily Tues to Sat […]
Part Two of the Deep Time trilogy takes place in Budleigh Salterton and is part of a site-specific performance taking place on the beach under the cliffs during the evening of April 29.
The award-winning Great Create Festival of the Arts (May 20 to June 28), now in its third year, showcases contemporary art in all formats from South West artists. This exhibition, founded and directed by artist Emma Carter, is hosted by the National Trust at Greenway – the woodland estate on the river Dart that was […]
Cheeky Monkey Records, the indie label from North Devon, has signed The Counterfeit Club.
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Musical prodigy Ben Scott is set for his first solo show at Ottery Parish Church
David Francis, a music man, is down your way – he’s just been appointed the new director of arts at Dartington