Dartington is gearing up for a spectacular array of original performance and hands on learning at this year’s Community Day (1 June) – and it’s nearly all free.
Art and Culture
Marcus Lanyon’s first solo exhibition “Age of Panic” is in Barnstaple’s White Moose Gallery, it opened on 20 April and is running until 10 June 2017. The exhibition, a mixture of painting and sculptures, is an unnerving vision of a post-apocalyptic future which reflects the world’s current state of unease and panic.
Thousands of people have voted for their favourite National Trust property in the inaugural Period Ideas Heritage Property of the Year Awards. A short list of five properties across the country was put to the vote and today we can reveal that Coleton Fishacre in Devon is the lucky winner of the gold award. Hardwick in Derbyshire takes silver and Cragside in Northumberland receives a bronze award.
The Deputy Lord Mayor of Plymouth, Sam Davey, officially open Plympton Rotary’s annual Young Artist & Photographer Exhibition taking place in the Embarkation Lounge of Brittany Ferries at Millbay Docks.
Following two London transfers (Soho Theatre and Tricycle Theatre) and an extensive UK tour, Olivier Award-winning OperaUpClose present their critically acclaimed, new English version of Verdi’s La Traviata; for their debut performance at Exeter’s Northcott Theatre.