Up-and-coming folk-pop band The Boundless Brothers will be appearing at Exmouth’s Grapevine on Friday, March 6.
The Landmark Theatre hosts Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs on Sunday (March 8).
Events from 05/03/15 to 11/03/15.
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Rough Music, the 35-piece Wren folk orchestra, will be playing at The Beehive on Saturday, March 7.
St Paul’s Church, Honiton will be hosting the University of Exeter Chapel Choir for an afternoon concert.
Northern soul DJ headlines in Amsterdam.
Up-and-coming soul singer songwriter to top Croyde festival this June.
Burton Art Gallery will establish charitable organisation with £33,000 funding boost.
Essence of Ireland – a lavish musical and dance extravaganza, set against the backdrop of Ireland, England, America and Spain from the 19th-century to the early 1960s – is coming to Exmouth Pavilion on Thursday, March 5.
After the success of the Exmouth Players’ production of The Wind in the Willows, its next offering at the Blackmore Theatre – from March 16 to March 21 – could not be more different, writes Andy Jury.
The Salterton Players’ latest production – Prescription for Murder – opens this Monday (March 2), at 7.30pm, at the Salterton Playhouse, writes Mary Logan.
A huge 1980s pop and rock festival is taking place at Powderham Castle on Saturday, July 4, writes Paul Strange.
A top-drawer line-up of local chefs are preparing to wow the crowds at the upcoming Budleigh Salterton Food and Drink Festival.
From reggae and ska to folk-pop and rock, there’s plenty of choice for live music fans around Exmouth this week.
The composers Bozza, Goossens, Harrison, Dring and Hawkins. Do they mean anything to you? Probably not, and they were also new to most of the audience at Seaton Music’s concert last Thursday.
GoldCoast Oceanfest has announced the first of its headliners for this year’s festival.
The Springfields – featuring original member Mike Hurst – are appearing at the Exmouth Pavilion on Friday, April 10, and you can win a pair of tickets.
Town will celebrate all forms of the arts over the weekend of May 9-10.
Artist Damien Hirst, who created Ilfracombe’s famous Verity statue, could be behind a new art trail for the town.
Police Dog Hogan prepare for Honiton gig
Seaton Panto’s production of Aladdin had just about everything a panto should have.
Barnstaple Real Food market is back in town next weekend.
Lively folk trio in concert at Shammick Acoustic.
Events from 26/02/15 to 04/03/15.
Exmoor Zoo’s newest additions weigh just 40 grams each and are looking forward to meeting visitors this summer.
The Westcountry Game Fair – the event dedicated to country living - is coming up soon and we’ve got a pair of tickets to give away!
Bicton College’s Lambing Sunday – one of East Devon’s most magical family days out – is coming up shortly.
Whether your tastes are for indie, mod, folk, alt-rock, pop, funk, jazz or reggae, Exmouth has many musical genres covered this week.
Impisi – the first community theatre project run by Exeter-based charity Community, Equality, Disability and Action (CEDA) – is coming soon to the Exmouth Pavilion.
The Exmouth Kite Festival will be back in the skies over the town’s Imperial Recreation Ground after a three-year absence.
The first headline acts have been announced for this year’s Somersault festival at Castle Hill Estate, Filleigh.
Events from 19/02/15 to 25/02/15.
Handel’s Messiah will be performed in Budleigh Salterton by the Convivium Singers and Apollo Baroque on Saturday, March 21.
The Cantamus choir, from Dorset, will be performing in three concerts in March.
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