Exeter Cathedral Choir is appearing at All Saints’ Church in Exmouth’s Exeter Road to sing evensong at 6pm tomorrow (Sunday, October 4). The event coincides with All Saints’ harvest thanksgiving.
Exmouth Art Group’s 69th annual exhibition opens today (Friday, October 2) with a wide range of work on show, an initiative to encourage younger artists to display their work, plus live entertainment and refreshments.
An interesting programme of winter talks has just been announced by The Axminster Historical Society.
Is Margaret Thatcher appearing at The Beehive?
Exeter Cathedral Choir is appearing at All Saints’ Church in Exmouth’s Exeter Road to sing evensong at 6pm on Sunday, October 4.
● There will be a quiz night at Honiton Conservative Club on Saturday, October 10, at 8pm.
Now in its 64th year, SeatonMusic is again offering an exciting season of music from some of the most talented young musicians from Britain and Europe.
Multi-award-winning Centre Stage is busy in rehearsal for its next production, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - A Youth Group Production.
Hopes are high for fine weather as Sidmouth Regatta prepares to launch from the seafront this weekend.
The Kast Off Kinks – featuring former members of the iconic British rock group The Kinks – are at the Exmouth Pavilion on Thursday, October 15.
We are becoming used to high standard productions at Honiton’s Beehive.
Local dancers Sheryl and Jon Lawrence are launching new classes for people to learn or brush up on their ballroom and Latin sequence dance skills on Friday afternoons.
Woodbury couple Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin – rated among British folk’s foremost rising stars – release a new album this week.
A major retrospective of works by an internationally renowned artist from Colaton Raleigh has just opened at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum.
A concert by pianist Paul Lewis in Budleigh Salterton on Saturday, October 3, is no longer going ahead due to illness.
Motoring enthusiasts, environmentalists and fun-loving families will all find something to enjoy at Sidmouth’s classic car show tomorrow (Saturday).
Honiton’s ‘Sassy Choir’ is looking to recruit new members.
Organisers of the Sidbury Fair Week are hoping for good weather during the annual celebration.
As days shorten and the weather changes, it prompts thoughts of autumnal activities and getting ready for the concert season to come, writes Stephen Huyshe-Shires.
Sidbury Fair Week returns with a full programme of events next weekend.
max temp: 15°C
min temp: 13°C
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