This Christmas, families can embark on a thrilling adventure around 1940s Exeter with Eloise and the Curse of the Golden Whisk at the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter.
Harbour House in Kingsbridge is the venue for the annual exhibition of printmaking by Press Gang.
Handel’s oratorio Israel in Egypt was not a success at its first performance in 1739, yet Plymouth Philharmonic Choir has already performed it eight years ago, although it’s a demanding work just to sing, without taking into account the many double-choruses that involve repositioning some of the voice-sections.
When it comes to programming, Dartington Community Choir, under inspired conductor Simon Capet, appears to have got it just right.
Jason Donovan is returning to his roots for a solo tour of his debut 5 X Platinum, 1989 album ‘Ten Good Reasons’ and ‘Greatest Hits’, which will be at the Plymouth Pavilions.
This was the first time The House – Plymouth University’s new state-of-the-art performing arts centre, with its 200-seat flexible studio theatre – has been used as a concert venue by Ten Tors Orchestra.
Kodo returns for their first Barbican performance in a decade as part of their Kodo One Earth Tour 2016: Mystery The 35th Anniversary.
Magician Jamie Raven who wowed the judges and audiences on this year’s Britain’s Got Talent has announced his debut nationwide UK tour for February 2016.
Plymouth Symphony Orchestra must be applauded for giving three local composers the opportunity to have their works performed in one of their regular concerts.
Hannah Aldridge, who’s playing at Plymouth’s B-Bar in July, is steeped in the music of Nashville and Muscle Shoals, the two cities where she was raised.