Following the cancellation of Olly Murs’s Powderham Castle show on July 29, the star has offered his fans a replacement ticket at one of two shows coming up in August.
Exmouth Light Orchestra (ELO) has performed what it considers to be its ‘best concert yet’.
An outdoor performance of Shakespeare’s comedy Twelfth Night will be staged at Exmouth’s Manor Gardens next Sunday, July 30.
There’s a production of Hello, Dolly! coming up in Budleigh Salterton next week.
Now established as one of Exmouth’s premier outdoor events, this year’s Cider Festival is at the Exmouth Pavilion Gardens on Saturday, July 22, and Sunday, 23 July.
Exmouth’s Phear Park fairy trail – due to take place on Saturday, July 22 from 9am to 4pm – has been postponed due to anticipated poor weather.
A garden party, organised by the Exmouth Hospital League of Friends will be held in the hospital garden this Saturday (July 22), from 2.15pm to 4pm.
Martin Kemp – the former Spandau Ballet bassist and EastEnders star and film actor – is presenting an ‘up close and personal’ evening at the Exmouth Pavilion in September.
TV presenter Lawrence Llewelyn-Bowen was in Woodbury, near Exmouth, to open Stallcombe House’s annual summer fayre.
Exmouth’s Bicton Street held its first summer festival on Saturday, July 15.
The opening concert of the 13th Budleigh Music Festival featured the Soloists of the 12 Ensemble, writes John Wokersien.
Audiences at Exmouth’s Blackmore Theatre were taken on a journey of nostalgia when the Exmouth Players presented The Titfield Thunderbolt.
There’s an amazing tribute to Whitney Houston coming up at the Exmouth Pavilion in September.
A new exhibition is set to be staged in Broadhembury, which focuses on the history of the parish and how it has developed.
Exmouth Light Orchestra is returning to St John the Evangelist Church on Withycombe Village Road on Saturday, July 15, at 7.30pm.
The Hope and Renewal photographic exhibition is currently being staged at The Beehive in Honiton.
Shute Festival has announced the line-up for this year’s event, which takes place from September 22 to 24 – as well as two new sponsors.
David Hamilton’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Back the Years returns to the Exmouth Pavilion on Friday, September 8.
The ‘Season of Sundays’ – the series of free rock, folk and blues concerts and jams in Exmouth’s Manor Gardens – is continuing this coming Sunday (July 9) between 1pm and 3pm.
We tested out Go Ape! at Haldon Forest Park in Exeter, which offers people the adrenalin-fuelled experience to swing around treetops.
‘The Titfield Thunderbolt’ arrived at Exmouth’s Blackmore Theatre earlier this week, and continues to make its presence felt, right through until the end of the final performance on Saturday evening (July 8).
The Beehive in Honiton will be hosting the Blackberries and Bandages concert, which paints a picture of life on the Home Front in Devon in 1917.
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