Innovative female duo coming to Ashburton Arts
Nov04

Innovative female duo coming to Ashburton Arts

Twelfth Day has been challenging its broad spectrum of listeners with its genre-bending music for almost a decade. Catriona Price’s violin and Esther Swift’s pedal harp remain the front and centre of their sound and the mastery of their instruments is evident, yet Twelfth Day draws from a more expansive palette than the number of instruments might suggest, leaving a lasting impact on the listener. In the wordless communication that...

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Hell-Tor film festival bringing the horrors  of Dartmoor to Exeter
Nov03

Hell-Tor film festival bringing the horrors of Dartmoor to Exeter

© Mike Alsford Photography A new festival celebrating Dartmoor’s rich history of ghosts, ghouls and witchcraft is taking place at Exeter Phoenix this month. The inaugural Hell-Tor film festival will present a weekend of Gothic horror, with films, talks and readings inspired by the folklore of the moor. Famous names from TV and film will be among the guests, including Sherlock and League of Gentlemen star Mark Gatiss, who will be in...

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Tune into the Roaring Twenties at Burgh Island
Oct08

Tune into the Roaring Twenties at Burgh Island

If you fancy a little trip off the moor for something special, then we have a rather splendid opportunity for you: Alex Mendham and his Orchestra are to play in the Grand Ballroom at the Burgh Island Hotel, for an afternoon filled with delightful food, glamour and unforgettable music. Alex Mendham and his Orchestra are widely celebrated for their spectacular shows, combining jazz and swing music of the 1920s and 1930s with the modern...

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Successful festival for Chagfilm
Oct05

Successful festival for Chagfilm

The Chagford Film Festival had another successful week, starting with a champagne reception at the Globe Inn and a light show on the Market House in the town Square. The town was buzzing with shops joining in by having film themed shop windows that you had to guess what the film was. Some people attending watched up to three films a day. The final evening had to be rearranged because of a heavy downfall of rain; just on cue the...

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Talk by innovative artists Heinrich & Palmer at Exeter Pheonix
Sep12

Talk by innovative artists Heinrich & Palmer at Exeter Pheonix

Artists Anna Heinrich and Leon Palmer are to give a talk at Exeter Pheonix, presenting their approach to creating new work for the Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) as well as discussing previous projects. Heinrich & Palmer have worked in collaboration since the early 1990s. Their practice crosses disciplines and employs a range of media including installation, intervention, large-scale projection, film and photography. Many of...

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Mozart screened at Chagfilm
Sep09

Mozart screened at Chagfilm

Chagfilm, the Chagford Film Festival, will be holding a day of Spanish language films which will be held in collaboration with Exeter University. The Department of Hispanic Studies and Film Studies will be hosting a question and answer session about all of the films shown on the day. They will include ‘Summer 1993’ a drama which is an extraordinarily moving snapshot of being a child in an adult world, anchored by a flawless...

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