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8 December – 8 January

Rhian Lois joins the BSO for a New Year gala; Belshazzar’s Feast are at Exeter Phoenix on 19 Dec; Yes, it’s Roland ‘Fine Young Cannibals’ Gift!

Art UNTIL 21 DECEMBER

ANITA CORBIN: VISIBLE GIRLS REVISITED Superb study of female subcultures, in which photographs of 56 young women of the 1980s, captured at pivotal ‘coming of age’ moments, sit next to portraits of them as they are today. Exeter Phoenix, Gandy Street, Exeter; www.exeterphoenix.org.uk

Celebrity-studded works from the well-known printmaker who also founded the famous Coriander Studio in 1972. Brook Gallery, 30 Fore Street, Budleigh Salterton; www.brookgallery.co.uk

works by the likes of Barbara Hepworth, Patrick Heron and prominent British Pop Art artist Brian Rice, who has two pieces on show here for the first time. RAMM, Queen Street, Exeter; www.exeter.gov.uk/ramm

UNTIL 7 JANUARY

MAKE 2017 Annual Christmas selling exhibition where you can buy the work of over 50 designermakers. Devon Guild, Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey; crafts.org.uk

9-10 DECEMBER

PRESENT MAKERS 2017 Selling exhibition of contemporary craft from the South West. Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Dowell Street, Honiton; www.thelmahulbert.com

UNTIL 7 JANUARY

22 DECEMBER – 1 APRIL

UNTIL 7 JANUARY

UNTIL 29 APRIL 2018

WONDERWORKS Contemporary craft fair showcasing of the work of 30 top makers. Jubilee Hall, Chagford; www.wonderworkscraft.com

UNTIL 23 DECEMBER

BRAD FAINE: BIG SCREEN SPECTACULAR

NAOMI HART: SOME FAR-OFF MAGIC LAND Works inspired by the local artist’s travels. RAMM Café, Queen Street, Exeter; www. exeter.gov.uk/ramm MODERN Collection of 20th century

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DARTMOOR: A WILD AND WONDROUS REGION Artists’ portrayals of Dartmoor, including works by JMW Turner and Samuel Palmer. Look out too for new works by Exeter’s Double Elephant Print Workshop. RAMM, Queen Street, Exeter; www. exeter.gov.uk/ramm

Theatre, Comedy & Dance UNTIL 28 DECEMBER

LUCY AND THE LOST ONES If you enjoyed last Christmas’s Ernie and the Sea of Ice here, don’t miss this equally magical show from locals Quirk Theatre, who promise “a hilarious, touching and thought-provoking rollercoaster ride through the space-time continuum.” See also page 10. Exeter Phoenix, Gandy Street, Exeter; www.exeterphoenix.org.uk UNTIL 6 JANUARY

JOURNEY TO THE IMPOSSIBLE Following a series of Christmas show hits at the small subterranean venue, including Beneath the Blizzard and Eloise and the Curse of the Golden Whisk, this takes inspiration from the novels of Jules Verne and ’80s

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Exeter Living – Issue 220  

Exeter Living – Issue 220  

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