In the latest AA Rosette Awards, 2 Devon restautrants have gain rosettes – one with the much-coveted four AA Rosette, the other three Rosettes
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Twisted Christmas is on tour and coming to Devon. It has the combo of classically chilling seasonal ghost tales plus dark comedy
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Exeter University Theatre Company perform Eigengrau at Cygnet Theatre. James Banyard watched the story of 20-somethings grappling with life
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I Should Be So Lucky has the warmth of nostalgia, is laugh out loud funny and has beautiful versions of much-loved songs. Sam Tucker revelled
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Sharing space can have its challenges. When it's a shared office space, there are be more specific issues. Here's a guide to navigate them
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Andrew Bell, the Exeter Green Party parliamentary candidate, pledges to push next government to create a fairer, greener and healthier city
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Micha Colombo turned her poetry into the visual language of film in her micro short I Want This for an Exeter Phoenix commission
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Christmas 1978 from writer director Lara Fullalove explorers a father and son's relationship in the run up to Christmas.
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In the comedic documentary Saint Austell, Matt Harris bounces through this history, identity and problems facing the Cornish town
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Garry Jenkins will dive into the elusive art of good storytelling in a peer-led workshop at the Exeter Phoenix. Here's what to expect
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Garry Jenkins explains what urged him to get behind the camera as well as in front of it, and he tells us how life inspires his filmmaking
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Sam Walker and Dunstan Belcher belt out slick subterranean flows in the gorgeous vaulted basement of Great Ambrook. Andy Hill is immersed.
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Plymouth Philharmonic Choir gave a powerfully memorable and emotional performance of of Handel’s oratorio Samson
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There's joy in the familiar as Philip Buttall enjoys a performance by Mathilde Milwidsky and Huw Watkins in Plymouth
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Plymouth Symphony Orchestra are holding a concert for coronation year with Nathan Broomhead and Charlotte Saluste-Bridoux
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ShakeItUp Theatre create improv Shakespeare from the seat of their britches. It's unpredictable and bushels full of fun.
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The Real Ideas Organisation have created a number of events at venues in Plymouth for a thoughtful Christmas for all the family
Some of the news that has caught our eye, including the uneven levelling up agenda, Help for Heroes support for Afghans, a campaign to reduce road deaths, a National Trust plan to plant trees and Sharpham Trust receiving a quality mark
From a ‘factually inaccurate’ interview with the Devon Police and Crime Commissioner to affordable housing, here are some Devon stories
From the Ming dynesty to animated music videos, there’s plentry of a variety and varied culture right on your doorstep
Ready to go out again. Here are a few tips to make sure your Pub Style is up to scratch – it’s been a while, afterall.
Creative Devon is springing into life with a number of commissions and call for submissions. Here’s a run down of what’s out there this week
There’s a sense of things opening up in this week’s 5 story round up. Cinemas, concerts and summer are all just around the corner in Devon
Sarah Luxton and Lucy Bufton will attempt a rowing world record on the bank holiday in Teignmouth for Devon Air Ambulance
Catch up with 5 of the latest stories from Devon covering theatre, culture and civil liberties, in a handy glimpse into the news
Here are just 5 stories from Devon featuing Brexit, culture, new music and a shameful faux pas on tourism from a Conservative Councillor