Game Keeper Without Game by artist Emily Wardill premieres at the Spacex Exeter, and explores the issues of family and belonging through an unnerving feature length film.
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Gallery 36, Exeter, is holding a Sunday event on November 29, with artists, live music and cake.
Dartington has three varied contemporary dance events for all tastes this November and December, with Retina Dance, Antipode; Marie-Gabrielle Rotie’s Black Mirror; and Travelling Light Theatre and Champloo Dance Company’s How Cold My Toes.
Exeter University has launched a new exhibition space in the drama department with a photographic tale of cultural creativity and political activism in Southhall, London
The South Molton Art Bazaar is taking place in the Assembly Rooms above the pannier market, on Friday, November 13
Jammy Voo theatre needs a cellist for rehearsal in December and a tour in the UK and France in spring
Women performers are sought by the Exeter Phoenix for an arts extravaganza on the eve of International Women’s Day, 2010.
Dawlish and Teignmouth theatre groups combine for David Haines’ Granny Galactica at the Carlton Theatre, Teignmouth
The Honiton Festival begins its winter lunchtime programme with the duo of Vlad Maistorovici and Dario Bonuccelli performing a programme of Mendelssohn, Schubert and Paganin
Neil Rose’s album Wilbour Whatley / Psychompomps is inspired by the writing of HP Lovecraft, and damn, if it doesn’t just make you wanna dance!
Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale comes to the Exeter Northcott theatre in November
Exeter Phoenix Youth Arts Festival, Freefall, the young people’s arts festival, with performances, workshops and projects, on November 6-8
Exeter University-based creative writing journal Riptide has managed to bag Orange Prize winning novelist and poet Helen Dunmore
Okehampton’s Baring-Gould Folk Festival, hosted by Devon’s folk arts charity Wren Music attracts all the best in folk music from Devon, the UK and beyond
The Exeter Northcott is hosting the English Touring Opera’s Handelfest – five Handel Operas in five nights, including a digitial firework display