Fashion to dye for at the National Trust’s Killerton property gives an insight into rare designer pieces, ‘toxic’ colours and secret dye recipes
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the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra make a welcome and much appreciated return to Plymouth Guidhall. Philip R Buttall reviews
Graehoud is a mixed-media full-time ‘thingmaker’, who is inspired by Disability. Fear. Squids… ‘okay, that one doesn’t really apply to the established pattern’
Three artists shared the top prize in the Exeter Contemporary Open 2015 at the Exeter Phoenix
Outstanding environmental art will be on show at the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year Exhibition at the Royal Geographical Society
Matisse: Drawing with Scissors, a Hayward Touring exhibition from the Southbank Centre is at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery in January 2015
The Memory Makers project has paired 7 British artists with 7 Holocaust survivors to create art that commemorates their experience
The Rock is set to welcome a host of literary and creative stars to its second Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival
The dairy of army chaplain Captain Leslie Skinner of his D-Day experiences are on display as part of 70th anniversary of D-Day exhibition at IWM Duxford
Marie von Heyl plays with meaning and translation in her Of Occasional Tables and Alternative Endings exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix
A Clockwork Jerusalem takes another look at the influences which shaped British Modernity for 14th International Architecture Exhibition in Venezia
An exhibition detailing the stark realities of life in Antarctica is to go on show at Plymouth University.
We are loving the new way for students to travel with BlablaCar: it saves money, saves the environment and keeps you social. In short, it opens up a new generation of creative travelling.
The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter has another hit on its hands with the production of The Dumb Waiter according to Philip Kingslan John. The tension escalates relentlessly over the course of the play, the direction is nigh-on perfect and the both actors commanded the audience’s attention
The 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s first manned flight in space is being celebrated throughout the UK, and there’s a photographic exhibition in Teignmouth, featuring images the RIA Novosti Bureau