After last year’s sell-out Christmas party at The Beehive, Honiton, Area 52 are back with their great selection of soul, funk, pop and disco numbers to get you up on the dance floor after a delicious homemade supper served at your table.
Salterton Drama Club’s forthcoming celebration of the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War Two opens at the Salterton Playhouse next Monday (November 23) - and director Richard Gomm reports that things are going well.
Journey’s End by R C Sherriff was written ten years after the World War One ended and is a high quality play about life in the trenches. It is full of drama and profound comment about war and about people. It was the choice of the Shute Theatre and Arts Guild for their latest production, write Nigel Freathy.
A beloved comedy troupe is debuting its sell-out new show at the Manor Pavilion next week before the cabaret chaos hits a famous London stage - and the Herald is offering the last pair of tickets to a lucky reader.
Belshazzar’s Feast – the folk duo comprising accordionist Paul Hutchinson (Hoover The Dog) and oboist, violinist and vocalist Paul Sartin (Bellowhead, Faustus) – is playing in Topsham in early December.