Bristol artist Marcus Lanyon’s work reflects the mood of pre-Brexit, post-Trump world with apocalyptic paintings and sculptures on display
Category: Art and Culture
Devon’s Coleton Fishacre, owned by the National Trust, picked up the gold award in the inaugural Period Ideas Heritage Property of the Year Awards
Plympton Rotary’s annual Young Artist & Photographer Exhibition is getting a exhibition at the Embarkation Lounge of Brittany Ferries at Millbay Dock before moving to the café at Sainsbury’s Marsh Mills
OperaUpClose are world renowned award-winnings, and they are bringing their acclaimed new English version of Verdi’s La Traviata to Exeter’s Northcott Theatre
Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) Award Winner for its outstanding contribution to the national Get Creative Family Arts Festival
THG won the Best Family Event Get Creative Family Arts Festival Awards for its after-hours family Halloween event which attracted over 600 visitors and featured bat box making workshops, DJs, shadow puppets, exotic animals, a pop-up cocktail bar, street food vans and facepainting!
Chagstock Festival 2017 theme to be ‘Spies and Dolls’ in honour of founder Si Ford’s mother, the original Miss Monypenny, who passed away late last year
Exeter’s Sound of the Sirens have joined the line up at the Royal William Yard Festival, Plymouth
Man Booker Prize-shortlisted author Hisham Matar will be in Exeter giving a talk about his memoir The Return, and signing books
West Country folk singer Seth Lakeman is to headline the first ever Royal William Yard Festival – on May 27 and 28 – which promises to celebrate “peninsular living” and everything the beautiful West Country has to offer.