Nicky Hirst enjoys serendipity. Here Algorithms exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix explores the poetry of anagrams and chance
Home is where the heart is. That oft embroidered term has an added significance for those who carry their houses with them. Nomads: home on the move at the Exeter RAMM explores the peripatetic way of life that is nomadic culture.
Early music events round up from throughout the South West from Jasper Solomon covering February, March and April
Seth Lakeman will perform his Well-Worn Path album at Exeter Cathedral, a fitting gig for the music recorded in his Dartmoor studio
Women Artists close out the year at Exeter’s RAMM, with an exhibition that finishes 2018, kicks off the new year and runs into summer.
Early Music in the South West is vibrant. Here’s a run down of the listings for the winter months, raging from Wells to Plymouth
The EMG Symphony Orchestra will be back at Exeter Cathedral with Mahler’s Symphony No 5 in aid of Living with Aphasia
Enjoy some of the world’s most relaxing symphonic music in Exeter with the BSO, pianist Anna Fedorova and conductor Marta Gardolińska
Cornish duo Echo Town are kicking off the tour of their new album Kin in Exeter and calling into Plymouth.
The Tour de France is at the heart of Ned Boulting’s Tour de Ned, an evening of cycling stories about that most famous and gruelling of races
The Early Music offering in the South West for September, October and November. There are events throughout the South West. Find one near you
The First World War left deep scars across the UK and throughout Europe, and the experiences of the experience of life in Devon during that time is explored in a new exhibition at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM). Devon Voices 1914-1918: Home Front Stories Devon Voices 1914-1918: Home Front Stories reveals […]
It’s all change at the Exeter Phoenix this summer, and to ease the edge and the eye they are calling for creatives to offer their ideas for a design to the place that is robust and reflects the creative, inclusive ethos of the venue in their design commission. Find out how to apply
A new work by Devon composer Philip Arkwright, Master of the Music at Buckfast Abbey, called Shoah will be performed with the choirs Brent Singers (of South Brent) and the choir of Cullompton Community College to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2018 in Exeter
Stephen Hough, will perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.5 Emperor when the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, under guest conductor Thierry Fischer perform works by Beethoven, Ives and Brahms at The Great Hall, Exeter in March