Grandpas Gallery to host Facebook Live event for latest Alan Cotton exhibition
Axminster Musical Theatre has announced that it has postponed its production of Avenue Q, as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
History is in the making in Axminster.
The Devon Song Festival, which was due to run from March 27 to 29 in Topsham, has been cancelled due to the spread of coronavirus.
John Hammond’s solo show, Follow the Sun, is being stage at Marine House, Beer.
An unusual and exciting trio of young musicians thrilled Seaton music at their concert in The Gateway recently.
In the UK, Mothering Sunday is arranged around the Easter calendar and always takes place on the fourth Sunday of Lent, so this year it falls on Sunday, March 22.
Puppets will be taking to the stage when Axminster Musical Theatre puts on its production of Avenue Q.
Organisers say the next band that is lined up for Tuckers Jazz Club is something a bit different this month.
Devon County Show, which had been due to take place this spring, has been postponed due to coronavirus.
A free art exhibition is at the East Devon Business Centre in Honiton until the end of April.
Disconnection, difference and a desperation to belong are the key issues addressed in The Beehive’s latest performance on Thursday, March 19.
The darkly comic tale, ‘Horses! Horses!’, presented by the Somerset based Wassail Theatre, will be performed in the authentic setting of a local pub.
Two well-known Geordie singers and members of The Pitmen Poets will be stopping at The Beehive on Friday, March 13, with their ‘5 Star B&B -From Waters of Tyne to Fog on the Tyne’ show.
Amateur theatre groups across East Devon have been nominated for regional drama awards.
Axminster Young Farmers Club is hoping its annual Big Breakfast will be another sizzling success.