Pictures from the festival weekend at Escot. Gallery 3 of 3
Pictures from the festival weekend at Escot. Gallery 2 of 3
Pictures from the festival weekend at Escot. Gallery 1 of 3
Most festivals wouldn't schedule Ash, followed by Sleaford Mods and then Ziggy Marley to headline the Saturday night, but Beautiful Days is a bit different.
Beautiful Days festival opened on Friday (August 16) at Escot Park - wet but with a lot of smiling faces
The psychological thriller Dangerous Obsession is one of the upcoming performances of the Sidmouth Summer Play Festival.
A comedian just three foot six inches high will top the bill at the Bank Holiday edition of the Lyme Regis Comedy Club at the Marine Theatre on Sunday, August 25.
Youngsters on the National Citizen Service are aiming to support the work of the YMCA to help homeless people.
With the final countdown to this year's Beautiful Days festival under way, the organiser has revealed the bands he is most looking forward to seeing.
The popular More4 show Devon and Cornwall is returning for another series and producers are currently looking for new local people to take part.
The jaunty band Corduroy - self-styled as The Fabric Four - are to play at the Marine Theatre in Lyme Regis on Saturday, August 17.
A beautiful private garden full of late summer colour opens to the public for charity on Sunday, August 18.
Axminster Drama Club recognises the work of four of its members.
Two exhibitions inspired by the light and colour of summer are at the Hybrid Gallery in Honiton until Saturday, August 17.
The classic 1963 British film Tom Jones is the last-but-one screening in the Tuesday Night at the Movies series at the Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis.
A falconry display, sheep racing and a family dog show are among the attractions at the Southleigh Village Fayre on Wednesday, August 14.
The tribute band The Darkside of Pink Floyd return to The Beehive on Friday, August 9, followed by a series of film screenings.
As every parent knows, it does not take long for the novelty of the school holidays to wear off, and children to start complaining that they are bored.
Lynx, wolves, zebras, flamingos, red deer and llamas. Not the kind of animals you would spot during a normal country walk in East Devon, but they are here, along with many other creatures, in the area's wildlife and animal attractions.
Honiton band Sweet Black Angels take to the stage three times during the Sidmouth Folk Festival, with several additional solo performances by frontman Scott Phillips.
'Splashstick' acrobatics reach new heights at Crealy
As the schools break up for the summer, parents will be laying secret bets with themselves on how soon their kids are going to start complaining of boredom.
The Honiton & District Agricultural Association holds its 129th show on Thursday, August 1 - a traditional agriculture show in the heart of the East Devon countryside 'Where Farming Comes First'.
Visitors to Sidmouth Library will get the chance to hear a talk by author Jane Corry.
The biggest air show in the town's history needs an army of volunteers.
A T. Rex tribute band endorsed and approved by Marc Bolan's family will play at Lyme Regis Marine Theatre on Friday, August 9.
Photographer John Labrum, from Sidford, has an exhibition from Monday, July 29 until Friday August 16.
Murder is on the mind in the next play of the Sidmouth Summer Play Festival - Double Death.