Book of the Month: Nothing lasts Forever, written and illustrated by Sina Grace
Sep21

Book of the Month: Nothing lasts Forever, written and illustrated by Sina Grace

Nothing lasts Forever is Grace’s unflinching exploration of how to pick up the pieces and find hope when absolutely everything around you falls apart. A mixture of journal pages, black ink, and soft coloured illustration chronicles a particularly emotional year of Grace’s life. His fluid style takes the reader on a seamless journey between his anxiety over writer’s block, the state of the world, struggles with relationships and his...

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RedPod Arts are Making a Scene!
Sep21

RedPod Arts are Making a Scene!

RedPod Arts and The Clay Factory are presenting ‘Making a Scene’ as part of Plymouth Art Weekender 2017. Making a Scene is a weekend of creative events exploring the relationship between landscape and creativity. There will be open studios and an art exhibition and RedPod Food will be serving delicious home-made food and cakes. On the Saturday the a cappella group Crewmates will be performing from midday and artist Anita Reynolds will...

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Mellifluous singer Sarah McQuaid coming to Dartmoor
Sep17

Mellifluous singer Sarah McQuaid coming to Dartmoor

Sarah McQuaid’s voice has been likened to malt whiskey, melted chocolate and ‘honey poured into wine’ (Minor 7th). Her latest album Walking Into White (2015) is her most honest and adventurous work to date, with a depth and texture of soundscape that are reflected in her beautifully crafted live shows. A captivating performer, she seduces her audience with cheeky banter and stories from the road, as well as with stunning musicianship;...

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History of Dartmoor told in seven scenes
Sep17

History of Dartmoor told in seven scenes

MED Theatre’s community play ‘Whitehorse Hill’ invites you to take a journey through time in the enchanting Bellever Forest and delve deep into the stories of Dartmoor’s past. Inspired by the archaeological remains of a Bronze Age burial found near Postbridge known as the Whitehorse Hill cist, audiences will be led as part of a procession through seven different periods of Dartmoor’s history. The story explores themes of heritage and...

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