Posts for Arts & Culture

St. Swithin’s Church, Launcells Flower Festival 12-15 July

By Helen Shingler: The Annual Flower Festival started today and continues up to Sunday 15th July. The theme this year is ‘The Joy of Flowers’.  Apart from magnificent flower arrangements, […]

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Bedruthan Hotel offers outdoor theatre

If you are over that way during the summer, Bedruthan Hotel has teamed up with local theatre companies, Illyria and Quantum Theatre to bring some award-winning theatre to their stunning […]

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Day tickets now available for Leopallooza

Limited day tickets are now available for Leopallooza FRIDAY TICKETS 1Adult: £45 / Child 6-12: £10 Access from 4pm-2am Camping not included Parking not included (please buy parking pass separately!)           […]

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Book Signing, Talk and Mini Workshop at Wise Old Crow

By Helen Shingler: Last month I attended an interesting Talk and Mini-Workshop at the Wise Old Crow.  Susanna Dark is the owner of this shop and has also written a […]

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Wuthering Heights at Hartland

Had a very welcome break from my desk yesterday to visit Hartland Abbey for a walk, but primarily to see Wuthering Heights. Organised by the Plough Arts Centre, it was […]

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Romeo and Juliet by bike!

The HandleBards are the worlds first cycling theatre company. Before touring their “seriously silly” production of Romeo and Juliet around the world, they pedalled it 1500 miles around the UK […]

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Art on the Quay returns

Bideford Quay will once again provide the perfect backdrop for budding artists across the district to display and offer their work for sale in the coming months. The “Art on […]

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Meditation Class starts in Bude at the Parkhouse Centre

By Helen Shingler:   This new meditation class started on Wednesday last week and is being run by through the Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Plymouth. The teacher James is a […]

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Parkhouse Patchwork Group’s 14th Biennial Exhibition

By Helen Shingler: The Parkhouse Patchwork Group’s 14th Biennial Exhibition finishes today at 4pm, so there is still time to pop along and see the stunning quilts and various other […]

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Call for filmmakers

The community film-making organisation, North Devon Moving Image CIC (NDMI), is calling for filmmakers to apply for their inaugural £1,000 documentary short film commission, Down on the Farm. Amanda McCormack, […]

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Open air theatre comes to Bude

The HandleBards are the worlds first cycling theatre company. Before touring their “seriously silly” production of Romeo and Juliet around the world, they pedalled it 1500 miles around the UK […]

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The Cause at The Parkhouse

The weather has changed, so a bit of theatre might be welcome. In this year where we celebrate women’s suffrage, why not check out The Cause at the Parkhouse? There […]

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