You can enjoy falconry at this year’s West of England Game Fair.
The Salterton Drama Club’s production of My Three Angels opens at the Playhouse on Monday, March 6, running through to Saturday, March 11.
Axe Vale Canoe Club is running their annual River Axe Race on Sunday, March 5.
The Budleigh Salterton Carnival Club fundraiser is fast approaching.
There’s a ‘stunning and elegant’ review of the life of singer Cilla Black coming to the Exmouth Pavilion soon.
The Budleigh Jazz Festival is coming up in April.
The fourth Budleigh Food and Drink Festival is on Saturday, April 8 and Sunday, April 9.
Salterton Drama Club’s next production is coming soon.
Budleigh Salterton Carnival Club is holding a fundraising event on Saturday, March 4, at Ladram Bay.
A Viennese Strauss Gala is at the Exmouth Pavilion soon.
The Beehive in Honiton will be hosting the Devon-based folk/roots duo Miranda Sykes and Rex Preston, who are touring their latest album, entitled The Watchmaker’s Wife.
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Sidmouth Jazz Club returns tomorrow (Friday, February 17) with a performance from singer/pianist/composer Julie Lewis.
If you’ve been following The Choir on BBC with Gareth Malone, you will undoudtedly have noticed a bunch of bearded Bristolian blokes who rather stand out from the crowd.
Tenors Unlimited – the ‘Rat Pack of Opera’ – are at the Exmouth Pavilion, on Saturday, March 4.
There’s another busy year in prospect for popular regional orchestra the ISCA Ensemble and its regular musical director, Roger Hendy.
Kilmington’s annual pantomime opens tonight at the village hall and this year the Kilmington Players are presenting the classic tale of Dick Whittington.
Great Expectations: A Teddy Hayes Musical is at the Exmouth Pavilion on February 25.
Joe Stead – the leading authority in Britain regarding Paul Robeson – is appearing at two local venues to give a lecture on the successful athlete, singer, actor and advocate for civil rights.
Lympstone History Society is starting a new series of monthly talks soon.
The Colaton Raleigh Players have chosen a little-known, but hilarious panto for their 2017 production, writes Tricia Cotton.
Cath Jeffs, the RSPB’s cirl bunting manager, will talk about her work to save the endangered bird at a forthcoming meeting of the Devon Wildlife Trust: Exmouth Group.
The Exmouth Players are holding auditions for their production of London Suite, the Neil Simon comedy, at the Blackmore Theatre, Bicton Street, on Sunday, February 12, starting at 2.30pm.
A great selection of nostalgic photos from the 1983 ‘Tug of War’ in Exmouth.
Exeter has been chosen as an official hub for the National Festival of LGBT History.
Mozart and Gershwin will be on the programme at the next concert to be performed by Axminster and District Choral Society.
Exmouth’s York Inn – on Imperial Road – has more live music on its Friday-night menu.
Dick Whittington is set for the stage as the Kilmington Players prepare for their annual pantomime.
One of the area’s oldest musical societies celebrates its 150th birthday this year, and this weekend sees the start of the celebrations.
Exmouth’s Bicton Inn in Bicton Street has plenty of live musical entertainment coming up.
The Axe Vale Orchestra’s spring concert presents three bright pieces full of melody and energy at Seaton Methodist Church, on Sunday February 19, at 3pm.
Ben Welburn – also known as Cash – has recreated the sound of Johnny Cash.
Folk musicians Iain Thomson and Marc Duff will be performing in East Devon.
Toyah – the singer and actress best known for her early 1980s top ten hits It’s A Mystery and I Want To Be Free – will be one of the major headlining acts at this year’s Exmouth Festival.
Planning a wedding in 2017 or beyond? The spring edition of Bride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Arena – on Saturday, March 25, and Sunday, March 26 (10am to 4pm) – is set to inspire and delight local brides-to-be.
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