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Extra tickets released for top name evening concerts at 
A Celebration of Sidmouth Folk Festival

More tickets have just been released for top name concerts at A Celebration of Sidmouth Folk Festival – a whole week of music and merriment that will swing into action from July 30 to August 6 in the East Devon seaside town.

The first batch of tickets sold out within days for open air evening shows by Seth Lakeman plus Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage , Eliza Carthy Trio plus Jack Rutter...

Volunteer and rock out at retro festival for FREE

LOVE LIVE music? Love the 80s? Then why not volunteer at Let’s Rock Exeter retro festival this summer and enjoy the event for free?

By signing up to do a four-hour shift with festival charity partner Child Bereavement UK, ticket scanning and selling wristbands and raffle tickets on the day, you’ll not only be helping a great cause, you’ll also be able to enjoy the festival free of...

Cullompton Springfest: Festival of craft, food and fun

Alice in Wonderland is the theme for the Cullompton SpringFest on Saturday 8 May.

The festival of craft, food and fun is happening in Cullompton town centre between 9.30am and 2pm. It’s a celebration of locally produced food and crafts in the High Street and at the Walronds.

There will be at least 20 local craft stalls in the Walronds garden plus street food and refreshments...

Festival for dog lovers to return this summer!

Festival for dog lovers to return this summer!

Woofstock UK, a festival celebrating all things dog, is set to get tails wagging as it returns to Devon this August.

Founded in 2014, the award-winning event welcomes families and their dogs to join in a weekend of canine-themed fun.

Visitors can expect a host of exciting attractions at the festival: fun shows for dogs to get involved in, including agility and flyball; a...

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5 x 5 x 5 series: Everything is changing. Nothing has changed. Change is coming.

5 x artists. 5 x writers. 5 x researchers. Bringing together diverse voices for an online series of arts and culture, in response to the global issues of 2020.

“As part of the Legacies and Futures season we invited five writers and five researchers to respond to the provocation “Everything is changing. Nothing has changed. Change is coming.” Their work is presented as part of the 5x5x5 series alongside the artwork of five artists commissioned through The Arts Institute Covid-19 art fund. The series takes stock of this tumultuous time as we are living it through...

LoveCrafts’ first ever free virtual crafting festival launches this August

The world’s largest crafting community hosts its first free month-long virtual crafting festival this August, packed with craft-alongs and live takeovers with special guests from the UK and US. There will be a virtual Main Stage where renowned makers will showcase their crafts and share their knowledge and expertise, as well as an Introducing stage where up and coming makers will have their...

Lots of great content planned for this year’s Plymouth History Festival

Plymouth’s popular annual History Festival is going online this year. It will run from Friday 8 to Sunday 31 May with new content published daily on its website and social media channels to highlight the city’s brilliant heritage sector and history.

The festival will provide 24 consecutive days of information and insights.

Highlights will include online exhibitions and tours...

My Plymouth History – a city’s story in memory

Can you help shed light on the city’s past using information and images you have at home?

Throughout May, local history enthusiasts would normally be taking part in the many walks, talks, exhibitions and special events that are on offer during our annual Plymouth History Festival.

Although the physical festival is being replaced with a digital one this year due to the...

Adie and Trollope among big name bestsellers confirmed for Greenway’s Literary Festival in June

Big name writers will join booklovers this June for the return of the Greenway Literary Festival at Agatha Christie’s holiday home, cared for by the National Trust.

Among the authors lined up to take part are highly acclaimed bestselling author Joanna Trollope, who’ll be discussing her latest novel ‘Mum & Dad’, and multi-million international bestseller Kate Mosse, as she...

Banff Mountain Film Festival returns to Exeter!

Embark on an epic adventure – via the big screen! The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is coming to the Exeter Corn Exchange on 7-8 February and 25-26 March. The Banff Mountain Film Festival features a selection of adrenaline-packed films, starring athletes and explorers as they venture to the edge of their limits in remote corners of the planet. Witness the world’s best adventure film...

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