The ever-popular Music Day in Dalwood, now in its sixth year, attracted music lovers from far and wide on Saturday, July 1.
A new exhibition in Lyme Regis will feature the work of a potter and a painter.
Exeter Northcott Theatre has announced its autumn 2017 season, which will see the theatre celebrate its 50th anniversary, co-produce another UK national tour, and see pantomime return.
A new exhibition is set to be staged in Broadhembury, which focuses on the history of the parish and how it has developed.
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.
We tested out Go Ape! at Haldon Forest Park in Exeter, which offers people the adrenalin-fuelled experience to swing around treetops.
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.
This year’s repertory play season has opened in Sidmouth and there’s plenty to come for theatre fans.
The SW Comms Band from Lympstone and singers from Ottery St Mary Choral Society are teaming up again for another Classics Galore! concert this autumn.
Plans are being finalised for this year’s folk weekend - just look at some of the names.
More than 1,000 historic vehicles will be on display soon at Powderham Castle, near Exeter.
There are plenty of events taking place across East Devon - here are just a few.
What a difference an evening of music can make to a rainy day, writes Sydie Bones.
Axmouth Children’s Theatre Drama Club will be staging two variety shows in Axmouth Village Hall.
Preparations are well under way for Dalwood Music Day, which takes place on Saturday, July 1.
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