Playfull and paranoid, Shutterland from the Rhum and Clay Theatre Company has been winning praise wherever it plays
The prospect of exciting theatre for young people from Scruffy Mutt Theatre in their Terrible Tales.
Scratch, the platform for artists to show their work in progress, is back at Exeter’s Bike Shed Theatre.
Engaging, witty and thought-provoking, Volkhardt Müller’s Mandate From the Honest Hard-Working People is at Taunton’s Brewhouse
Control, endurance and (dis)empowerment in John Court’s work at the Spacex, Exeter, in the artist’s first solo show
Michael Samuels looks at furniture which is imbued with the elegant promise of utility, see it at This Was Tomorrow
Artist Volkhardt Müller explains how his view of the high street inspired his unique and developing exhibition Any High Street at Exeter’s RAMM
There are two jobs on offer at Exeter’s Spacex gallery. Founded in 1974 and found on Preston Street in the centre of Exeter
Uncover Andro Semeiko’s Le Grand Charmer as the artist talks about the exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix
Big Red Ball fun tours the South West and London
There’s a new theatre and arts festival on the South West block
Take a trip through Shakespeare’s history plays this summer
A mindful art exhibition, Art in Mind at Maynard School, Exeter raises money for a bursary to the school and Mind
Inspirational and certainly inflatable, Kurt Perschke’s RedBall is coming to the UK for its first tour, starting in Torbay
Le Navet Bete take their clowing into waring territory with Napoleon: A Defence and Extravaganza!