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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Troubadour Stageworks interact with heritage in theatre and approach. They will be in St Nicholas Priory in Exeter with Romeo and Juliet
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Contraband Sandwich goes places sandwich-based theatre has not been before. Alex Robins unpeels the layers and finds out where
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Oh No It Isn’t! offered up festive fun plus an look at male relationships and mental health. Alex Robins meets the team behind it
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The Beach Collective film made by Jamie Hull-Greenwood and shown at COP27, resonated with what he's seen happening in Devon
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Two Short Nights at the Exeter Phoenix is a showcase of story-telling talent from the South West and the world. Here's a flavour
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A non-binary female-assigned 20-something and a 60-something cis gender man meet in a Somerset Village hall in Vicki Helyar's comedy
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Thomas Truax has teamed up with Budgie for new album Dream Catching Songs and is launching it with a national tour
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The Beat are on tour, and they are captivating while keeping their legacy of ska and reggae vibrantly alive. Luke Rawle saw them in Exeter
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The Leicester Comedy Festival is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a fortnight plus of rib-tickling events
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Until Tomorrow is a powerful new play that captures the real experiences of the physical and emotional toll of caring for a disabled child
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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