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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Ellies Gowers is bringing her fiery folk of delicate intimacy to The Barrel House Ballroom, Totnes. Here's what to expect
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James Banyard files a special report from The Box in Plymouth at the inauguration of the new Plymouth Laureate of Words, Rosemarie Corlett
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Green Minds Conference, celebrating the successes, knowledge learned and legacy of the four-year Green Minds project
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The Devon Transformed Festival in Totnes provided three days of thought, ideas, connection and inspiration for a better future
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The Lib Dems will commit to the triple lock to support the 25,044 pensioners living in the Totnes constituency, they say
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Get into film with the BFI Film Academy short course delivered by Landmark Theatres with hands-on experience for young people
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For A Year In A Field director Chris Morris did just that. And the close inspection of that corner of Cornwall inspired a view of the world
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Reclaim the Frame has a special screening Past Lives followed by a writing workshop, Dear Past Self at the Exeter Phoenix
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Musicals are often outside director's comfort zones. Dom Lee describes what he learnt from taking on the Between The Lines short musical
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It's difficult and sometimes touchy subject, but it's time to start the conversation about a living wage for freelancers, says Ed Smit
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This autumn Killerton, near Exeter, will be running a drop-in workshop to offer advice and tips to people wanting to look after and repair treasured clothing, or wanting to reduce, reuse or recycle fashion. Cyclical fashion The workshop connects to the theme of this year’s fashion collection, ‘Thirsty for Fashion’ at the National Trust property […]
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Katie Spencer recorded her latest album, The Edge of the Land, as if it was live, capturing the essence and energy of her on-stage performance. Now she’s on tour evoking landscapes and life around the country. She told us about the inspiring pleasure of performing in new places You’re on a big tour. Are tours […]
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Exeter’s RAMM has commissioned Exeter-based artist Janet Sainsbury and Plymouth-based artist Ashanti Hare to create new works. Janet Sainsbury Janet Sainsbury is a figurative painter living and working in Exeter. She graduated from Brighton Art College in 1991, and her work has been shown extensively, including shows at Bloomberg New Contemporaries and The Plough, Great […]
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The Ciderhouse Rebellion are heading out on an autumn and winter tour expect improvised, exciting tapestries of sound
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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