The Last Night of the BSO Proms has all the fun you would expect but courtesy of the BSO you don’t have to go to London, or wait all summer
The Fringe TheatreFest in Barnstaple is a clear example of a cultural and creative ethos that can embrace performers, an audience and a town
Split Second is a complex and intense look at the dynamics of a relationship in shared listening environment. It’s part of the Barnstaple
The White Moose Gallery is continue to celebrate its five year mark with an extraordinary exhibition of everydayness, its beauty and its surreal quality in Dreams of Everyday Objects
Sandy Brown’s abstract work from ceramics to painting emanates from a freedom of practice and an acceptance of what’s achieved. If done genuinely, it’s heady stuff. We talked to her about her work
The Age of Panic is the new exhibition by Marcus Lanyon at the White Moose Gallery, Barnstaple. But there’s hope in his post-apocalyptic world. He talks to Lee Morgan
White Moose Gallery will commission new work from Marcus Lanyon to create his first solo show, focusing on disquiet it will be called ‘Age of Panic’
A new exhibition at the White Moose gallery will pay tribute to North Devon’s Glove workers
International artists explore what pregnancy, birth and parenthood really means in Project AfterBrith, premiered at the White Moose Gallery, Barnstaple
Devon’s folk and community arts organisation Wren Music is holding a series of free information evenings across the county in September. The charity, which is supported by Arts Council England, Devon County Council and Exeter City Council, works with traditional music from Devon, the westcountry and beyond to inspire creativity and celebrate cultural identities. (From […]
Artist Zoe Hyde, who has an exhibition at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton, until Saturday, October 24, is a successful young woman, but still very much in touch with her inner child. Deborah Smith spoke to her Zoe’s work is evolving. It used to be about memory, but it is moving into the ‘now.’ She […]
The open studios event is now over and tomorrow the two exhibitions at the Landmark, Ilfracombe and Queen’s Theatre, Barnstaple are coming down.
Tom Mostyn’s scene of the Barnstaple Bridge from around 1900 will be up for acution at Rosebery’s with a guide price of between £1,500 and £2,500.
Colin Shaddick has called for ukulele players, and those who are interested in the ukulele, to get in touch for the Barnstaple Ukulele Sturmmers
Schools around Barnstaple have been producing artwork to celebrate the restoration of the town’s famous Albert Clock, commonly known as the Four-faced liar (four clockfaces and not one of them the same time).