Imperial Productions is back in Budleigh Salterton this week with another production of a classic musical, Oklahoma!
The Country Superstars Experience – hosted by Sarah Jayne and Andy Crust – is at the Exmouth Pavilion on Friday, August 5. And we’ve got a pair of tickets to give away!
Flats and Sharps are appearing this Wednesday (July 27) at Otterton Mill, near Budleigh Salterton.
Ian Dowell’s informative books on Exmouth’s past – which raise money for charity and include an edition focusing on the town’s seafront (pictured) – will be on sale at the next Exmouth Craft Fair.
PAUL STRANGE looks back at an Exmouth landmark, which is celebrating 25 years of being managed by the National Trust
There’s blues and more coming up at the Bicton Inn in Exmouth’s Bicton Street.
Ladram Bay play host to crazy mascot golfers
Phil Beer is set to take his band to The Beehive!
The Dreamers – formerly Freddie and the Dreamers – are one of the best known named bands on the 1960’s music circuit.
After nearly 40 years working for Country Life magazine - 13 years as editor - award-winning journalist Clive Aslet has ventured into the world of novel writing.
Hospiscare coffee is set to be served at Seaton Wetlands this autumn.
Net Result – a locally written comedy by Gillian M Coley and Julie Salmon – is coming to Newton Poppleford.
Remember rationing, drainpipe trousers, poodle skirts and rock ‘n’ roll?
Time is running out to buy tickets for the Proms at Bicton Park.
Ottery Help Scheme is holding its annual jazz evening on Sunday, July 17, from 6.30pm to 9.30pm, at the Tumbling Weir Hotel, Ottery St Mary.
A selection of sacred songs from medieval times up to the present day will be showcased in Towards the Light - a concert in aid of Sidmouth Parish Church today (Saturday, July 16), taking place between 7pm and 10pm.
Sidmouth’s summer rep season continues in hilarious style with Bedroom Farce, which is now on at the Manor Pavilion Theatre until July 20.
The Summer Reading Challenge is coming up at Sidmouth Library.
There’s still just time to catch local artist Neil Hampson’s fifth annual solo art exhibition.
Budleigh Music Festival opened in spectacular style last week with a sparkling performance from early music ensemble La Nuova Musica with soprano Rebecca Bottone.
A five-day festival of literature is coming up at A la Ronde – the 16-sided 18th-century house just outside Exmouth – from Saturday, July 23, to Wednesday, July 27.
The Rhythm of the Dance UK tour is coming to Exmouth on July 21.
Mrs E’s Big Wheeze is set to take place this weekend.
The line-up for this year’s Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival has been confirmed.
Exeter’s Cygnet Theatre is presenting Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale in Ellenthorpe Garden, Underhill, Lympstone, on Saturday, July 16.
Exmouth Players is holding a coffee morning this Saturday (July 9) from 10am to noon at the Blackmore Theatre in Bicton Street.
A new microbrewery is being launched this Saturday (July 9) at the First and Last Inn in Church Street.
National Transplant Awareness Day is this Saturday (July 9) at The Strand, from 10am to 5pm.
The final concert of Budleigh Salterton Music Festival is always something very special.
Presented in a week when attention was focused on politics, Exmouth Players’ production of Lloyd George Knew My Father by William Douglas-Home proved topical.
One of the finest Neil Diamond tributes is coming to the Exmouth Pavilion on Wednesday, July 20.
Rare vehicles from across the South West gathered at Sidford’s Blue Ball pub recently for a classic car day.
The Point Bar and Grill on Exmouth’s marina has confirmed several events.
Sidmouth Flower Arrangement Club is presenting its biannual competitive show at All Saint’s Church Hall, 9.30am-4pm on Wednesday, July 6, and Thursday, July 7.
Around 1,500 vehicles – ranging from steamers to classic motorbikes, cars and commercial vehicles – are expected at next weekend’s annual historic vehicle gathering at Powderham Castle, near Exeter.
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