The Isca Ensemble and MD Roger Hendy has announced details of four major programmes in its new season of concerts, which are predominantly staged in Sidmouth Parish Church.
Two jet-setting journalists will be talking about their travels at the next Meet the Author event at Kennaway House on Friday, September 20.
A leading gospel choir will be working with the community and young Sidmouth singers in a day-long event.
A magic show takes place in a Sidmouth church on Thursday 19 September.
A former minister will be giving a talk on his new book exploring Christianity.
The final production of a record-breaking Sidmouth Summer Play Festival runs from Thursday, September 12, until Friday, September 20.
We have a pair of tickets to Bride: The Wedding Show for our readers to win in our easy-to-enter competition
The National Theatre actor Judith Paris and Sidmouth favourite James Pellow co-star in a comedy play at the Manor Pavilion Theatre.
Amazing encounter with a dolphin at Beer.
If you enjoy singing or want to get warmed up for Christmas musical performances, Ottery Community Theatre (OCT) has just the thing for you.
Rehearsals are now well underway for Scrooge - The Musical, a joint production between Sidmouth Musical Theatre and Sidmouth Musical Comedy Society.
A comedy drama which was a Broadway hit and became an Oscar-winning film opens on Thursday, August 29 as part of the Sidmouth Summer Play Festival.
Here's the results from this weekend's rip-roaring regatta as well as some wonderful photographs from our readers.
The artist Lynda White will demonstrate her techniques to the Otter Vale Art Society (OVAS) on Friday, September 6.
Pete Allen's Dukes of Wellington will be playing in the Music Room at Sidholme Hotel for the Jazz in the Afternoon concert on Sunday, August 25.
The psychological thriller Dangerous Obsession is the next performance of the Sidmouth Summer Play Festival.
Ever-popular folk duo Nancy Kerr and James Fagan packed Sidmouth's Ham Marquee on the afternoon of Thursday, August 8, delighting the audience with a mixture of new and familiar pieces from their vast repertoire.
Pictures from the festival weekend at Escot. Gallery 3 of 3
Pictures from the festival weekend at Escot. Gallery 2 of 3
Pictures from the festival weekend at Escot. Gallery 1 of 3
Most festivals wouldn't schedule Ash, followed by Sleaford Mods and then Ziggy Marley to headline the Saturday night, but Beautiful Days is a bit different.
Beautiful Days festival opened on Friday (August 16) at Escot Park - wet but with a lot of smiling faces