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Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain - SOLD OUT Tuesday 17 May

The Motown Show - Saturday 11 June

The Orchestra has seen over 9,000 days of ukulele action. It has been playing for one 40th of a millennium. The oldest and the best, it unites fans across the globe in celebration of "one plucking thing after another" on instruments bought for loose change. They have sixteenhandedly turned the world on to the ukulele. The Ukes appear on stage with one ukulele each, no gimmicks, no tricks, no vocal enhancers or overproduced wizardry, then proceed to tear the house down. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll never think about music in the same way, once you’ve seen and heard the Ukulele Orchestra. ‘Perfectly polished professionalism, threaded through with dry wit and wry humour’ - THE INDEPENDENT. - ÂŁ17.50 - 8pm (doors 7.15)

'How Sweet It Is' is the ultimate celebration of the sweet sound of MOTOWN. Now in its 9th successive year this stunning 100% live show combines first class music with the slickest choreography and an amazing orchestra to deliver truly outstanding performances for the best MOTOWN experience you will ever have. Over 50 Golden Years of MOTOWN music are remembered featuring songs from legendary artists such as The Temptations, Diana Ross, The Four Tops, Martha Reeves, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, The Supremes, The Jacksons, Mary Wells, The Isley Brothers and many, many more. Let's 'Get Ready'... to 'Go Loco...Down In Acapulco'. The UK's No1 MOTOWN production is guaranteed to have you dancing 'All Night Long'. Tickets ÂŁ18.50 7.30pm (doors 6.45)

UK Pink Floyd Experience - Friday 27 May

Jaleo Flemenco - Wednesday 22 June

The 9-piece "UK Pink Floyd Experience" replicates the line up of the full live Pink Floyd touring band of the late 80s and 90s. With state-of-the-art sound and a spectacular light show, the aim is to perfect the atmosphere of the great Pink Floyd at a live show. The two-hour show includes all the well-known songs. The set covers the eras from "Dark Side of The Moon" through to "Division Bell", so fans of all ages will find something from their own ‘era’. The nine band members are all seasoned musicians and include a choreographed and costumed three girl backing vocal section. An absolute must for all Floyd fans. Tickets ÂŁ17 - 8pm (doors 7.15)

Enter the flamboyant and magical flamenco world of Andalusian dance, song and guitar. On this tour Jaleo are joined by new dancers including sensational new stars JosĂŠ LeĂłn and Adolfo Vega. Fusing the essential elements of flamenco with their own inimitable and charismatic brand of Spanish passion and emotion, Jaleo unleash the raw energy and sensuous rhythms inherent within flamenco. A potent cocktail of explosive footwork, haunting singing, virtuoso guitar playing and percussive handclapping from southern Spain with some of flamenco’s finest award-winning artists. ‘Jaleo´s enthusiasm is truly inspirational’ - DANCE TODAY. Tickets ÂŁ16 - 8pm (doors 7.15)

The Blockheads - Saturday 28 May There’s no doubting that the most lovable, eccentric, cocky, funny, schoolboyrude and artful characters from the punk generation are The Blockheads. Together with Ian Dury they created songs that were clever, insightful, subversive and, more often than not, just plain fun. Clever Trevor, Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick, Reasons to Be Cheerful Part 3, What a Waste and, the anthem for their generation, Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll, all carried the same trademark mix of humour, indignation, wonderfully witty wordplay and extreme musicianship. Dury may no longer be with us but The Blockheads remain one of the hardest working groups to have emerged from the decade that gave us some of the most exciting and original music since the birth of rock and roll. Chaz Jankel, Norman Watt-Roy, John Turnbull and Mick Gallagher still remain from the original band, and the current line-up is augmented by Gilad Atzmon. ‘Ian Dury owed his brilliance to no one but he owed his stardom to The Blockheads’ - The Word. Tickets ÂŁ17.50 - 8pm (doors 7.15)

The Blues Band - Saturday 25 June Paul Jones, Dave Kelly, Rob Townsend, Gary Fletcher and Tom McGuinness. Simply the best purveyors of the Blues in the UK today. With four singers and songwriters in the band, the quality and variety of performance and material offered by The Blues Band is pretty much unrivalled, either in the Blues world or elsewhere, and the band’s passion and reverence for the music, their presentation and showmanship all combine to deliver the definitive ‘good night out’ available from any artist currently operating within the blues field in Europe and beyond. For a band to stay together for 32 years proves just how good they are. Tickets ÂŁ18 7.30pm (doors 6.45)

Big Howard Little Howard - Sunday 26 June Following the huge success of their massively popular BBC TV show (Little Howard’s Big Question) Big Howard and the animated six year old Little Howard are packing their bags and heading for a tour of the UK with their hit live show Little Howard and the Magic Pencil of Life and Death. Bursting out of the TV set and onto the stage this unique family show features sing-a-long songs, innovative 3D animation and hilarious interactive stand-up to keep all ages entertained. Little Howard will be causing plenty of mischief as he appears on screen to talk to the audience and annoy Big Howard. Everything is going well for Little Howard, he has his own TV show, best-selling book and has even appeared on The Royal Variety Performance and sometimes Big Howard lets him drive. However all is not well as Little Howard has found out about the magic pencil that created him which could give his life a third dimension but could also destroy him. Witty, clever, at times breathtakingly funny comedy - THE SUNDAY TIMES. Tickets £10 (adults) £8 (children) £30 (family ticket, 2 adults & 2 children) - 2pm (doors 1.15)

Richard Digance - Friday 3 June Quite simply one of the most entertaining acts you will ever see. Brilliant selfpenned comic songs introduced with panache, style and outrageous humour. Richard Digance is an evergreen performer who appeals to all ages, making him still one of Britain's top comedy and music attractions. He is highly respected by fellow comedians for his original material and by musicians for being one of Britain's top acoustic guitarists. Richard Digance has appeared to an audience of 8 in The Falklands, half a million at Knebworth Festival and done thousands of shows in between, as well as occasionally finding nine letter words on Countdown. During 2011 Richard will be celebrating 40 years of performing. Tickets ÂŁ16 - 8pm (doors 7.15)

Our aim is to provide a top quality entertainment guide for the people of Exeter and all surrounding areas. There are so many wonderful events and vibrant businesses in the Exeter area it is our job to let you know what’s on. The magazine will be available in over 100 outlets in & around the Exeter area also including Exmouth, Honiton and North Devon.

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The Magazine is published bi-monthly with all the essential information on Lifestyle, Entertainment, Live Music, Attractions, and much, much more. We endeavour to provide our readers with comprehensive entertainment, theatre and live event listings. This makes us the most informative and comprehensive what’s on guide in the City and surrounding areas. This edition features - Exeter Corn Exchange * Exeter City Football Club * Abode Exeter * The Devon County Show * When the Music Stops a national singles events and dating organization * North Devon Festival * South Devon Festival * Devon Rox Festival * Ashburton Blues Festival and much much more! In this edition we are also featuring some of the best attractions that the South Devon area has to offer such as Paignton Zoo & Living Coasts. At the back of the magazine you will find a comprehensive event guide where you will see a excellent selection of top quality entertainment for the next 60 days/nights. If you would like to be featured in the next edition please call our FREE phone number 0800 069 9218. If you would like to be added to our distribution list or would like to receive a regular copy of the magazine please contact us.

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The UK’s Newest Open-Air Rock Music Festival

6th & 7th August 2011 Powderham Castle Exeter, Devon

The Bands • Funeral For A Friend • Quireboys • Saint Jude • Girlschool • Deborah Bonham • The Treatment • Jettblack • Heaven’s Basement • Livin In A Valvestate • Our Innocence Lost • My Passion • Francesqa • Idiom • Gundogs • Cry Havoc • My Preserver • Fallen Fate • Riot:Noise and many more A full list of bands appearing on both stages can be found at devonrox.com

The Venue TTo be held at Powderham Castle, nr Exeter, over the weekend of August 6/7th. A second stage will showcase local and unsigned talent. Weekend compere will be Emma Scott (Heart FM). Situated beside the Exe estuary and set in the middle of a deerpark, it is a unique and fabulous setting for a festival.

Tickets now on sale Advance prices: Early bird (limited number) just £45. Weekend camping ticket priced at only £55 thereafter. Children under 14 years and accompanied by an adult, go free.

Tickets now on sale at www.ticketmaster.co.uk For further information please visit the official website

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Exeter City's 2011/12 SEASON TICKETS

are now on sale Significant savings can be made if you purchase yours before 27th June and over 1600 fans have already done so! Marketing manager Ross Trant said: "Being a season ticket holder here has always represented great value for money and it is of the upmost importance that we continue to provide that. "The key is affordability and as a fan my first and foremost question is 'Can I afford to go? We hope the answer will be yes, there are still big savings to be made by renewing or becoming a season ticket holder and we expect to see more people taking up the monthly installment option. "Equally important to us is that we continue to attract families and the next generation of City supporters and this is behind the freeze in prices for under 18s and a new family ticket for the Flybe. "We have seen superb growth in the number of fans buying season tickets in the last two seasons, our job for next season is to sustain that figure as best we can. "The advice is always to renew or buy early as our saver price represents great value."

KEY MESSAGES: • Under 18 Season ticket prices frozen in every stand • Introduction of Family ticket in the Flybe stand • Match day prices will increase £1 in every stand from the start of the 2011/12 campaign. Under 18 prices frozen. KEY DATES: Saver: March 21st June 24th Full price: June 27th onwards


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When the music stops.. a national singles events and dating organisation, has arrived in the

Exeter area!! WTMS originated in 2003 and has subsequently become the national dating organisation. Originally set up by singles, for singles, and now franchised across the country. Josie Willcocks is the area manager for the Torbay and Exeter areas and is looking forward to bringing you some great quality singles events. It can be difficult to go on a great night out if most of your friends are in long term relationships. Perhaps you have recently become single again after a long time. It can be a bit daunting, where do I go, who can I go with? Now you can make the most of being single, come along to some well organised and quality events, have some fun and meet new people in a safe environment.

FIRST EVENT IN EXETER-MAMA STONES, 1 Mary Arches Street, Exeter on Wednesday 4th May 2011. A welcome drink of Sangria, followed by a deliciously authentic Mexican meal and a dessert, then the chance to soak up the vibe of a great venue. Mama Stones has a truly buzzing music scene, with live music every night

FIRST FINE DINING EVENT: THE OLD VIENNA, Lisburne Square Torquay. Wednesday 11th May 2011. Well known personality chef Werner is putting together a special menu and we will have exclusive use of his intimate and atmospheric restaurant. There will be a welcome glass of sparkling wine followed by delicious cuisine. There will be a chance to speak with everyone there and a matchmaking service after the event. Why not treat yourself to a gastronomic feast.

TO BOOK THE EVENTS; Go onto www.whenthemusicstops.com and select the event/s you wish to attend. Alternatively ring the hotline on 0845-230-3199 during office hours, You will get one month’s complimentary on line dating profile (worth £17.99) as part of your event price. Enter the discount code PROMO to receive a 10% discount on the ticket price for any of the first 4 events.

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Emma Scott I’m Emma Scott from Heart Drivetime! I’m quite new to Devon after moving from The West Midlands with my ever-suffering husband and two young children. We love being here and after 6 months are almost unpacked! We move a lot – my 10 year old daughter has lived in 8 different houses! To give you a bit of history about myself, I left school at 16 and went straight into radio, and have now been in the job for 23 years! My original plan was to do my two year Youth Training Scheme at my local station, and then join the Police Force. Not sure I’ll get to fulfil that dream though! I’m not sure Iím grown up enough for a start! I’ve always loved radio and working in it only made my love stronger – so maybe I’ll never leave!! I have quite a busy life! Besides my show at Heart, I travel a lot doing music industry seminars and teach radio at various colleges and universities – which I love! I have just published my first book and am well on the way to write my next two! My husband and I also run a successful live music promotions company ‘Emma Scott Presents’ which has kept us busy for the past 5 years. Never a dull moment! My two girls keep us busy too and I also help out at their school when I can. The most recent thing I’ve been roped into is the Exmoor Challenge with a bunch of Year 6’s! Could be fun! As a family, we visit as many beaches as we can, and in Devon, we are so spoilt! We love to just get in the car with a picnic and take off. We always pack blankets as we’re usually on the beach until nightfall, and the kids can sleep on the way home in the car! We’re saving up for a camper van to make things a little easier! I can’t wait for the summer, but am quite happy sitting on a beach with fish n chips in the middle of winter too. I just love the seaside and I love living in Devon. I’m hoping there won’t be any other moves for a while

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"The Uniquest Little Blues Festival in the World" May 27th, 28th & 29th

Muddy Waters Jr The Pretty Things Wilko Johnson SUPPORT - Revolutionaires, Tipitina, Eddie Martin, Organ Grinders, Congo Faith Healers, Wildcards The Festival centres around the main stage in our charming Victorian Town Hall, with various Fringe venues within a short walking distance. Tickets ÂŁ90 weekend, ÂŁ30 per day - available in advance via the website or cash on the day www.ashburtonbluesfestival.com 07855 307 556


Exeter Comedy Club - Friday 13 May Exeter Comedy Clubs returns with the second of two spring shows. Once again featuring four top acts from the national stand-up circuit. Performers at previous Exeter Comedy Club evenings have included Alan Carr, Ross Noble and Rhod Gilbert. This could be your chance to catch a comedy superstar of the future. Call for details of tonight’s performers or just take a chance – amusement guaranteed! Book early as these shows regularly sell-out. Tickets £12 - 8.30pm (doors 7.45) - sorry adults (16+) only

Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain - SOLD OUT Tuesday 17 May The Orchestra has seen over 9,000 days of ukulele action. It has been playing for one 40th of a millennium. The oldest and the best, it unites fans across the globe in celebration of "one plucking thing after another" on instruments bought for loose change. They have sixteenhandedly turned the world on to the ukulele. The Ukes appear on stage with one ukulele each, no gimmicks, no tricks, no vocal enhancers or overproduced wizardry, then proceed to tear the house down. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll never think about music in the same way, once you’ve seen and heard the Ukulele Orchestra. ‘Perfectly polished professionalism, threaded through with dry wit and wry humour’ - THE INDEPENDENT. - £17.50 - 8pm (doors 7.15)

UK Pink Floyd Experience - Friday 27 May The 9-piece "UK Pink Floyd Experience" replicates the line up of the full live Pink Floyd touring band of the late 80s and 90s. With state-of-the-art sound and a spectacular light show, the aim is to perfect the atmosphere of the great Pink Floyd at a live show. The two-hour show includes all the well-known songs. The set covers the eras from "Dark Side of The Moon" through to "Division Bell", so fans of all ages will find something from their own ‘era’. The nine band members are all seasoned musicians and include a choreographed and costumed three girl backing vocal section. An absolute must for all Floyd fans. Tickets £17 - 8pm (doors 7.15)

The Blockheads - Saturday 28 May There’s no doubting that the most lovable, eccentric, cocky, funny, schoolboyrude and artful characters from the punk generation are The Blockheads. Together with Ian Dury they created songs that were clever, insightful, subversive and, more often than not, just plain fun. Clever Trevor, Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick, Reasons to Be Cheerful Part 3, What a Waste and, the anthem for their generation, Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll, all carried the same trademark mix of humour, indignation, wonderfully witty wordplay and extreme musicianship. Dury may no longer be with us but The Blockheads remain one of the hardest working groups to have emerged from the decade that gave us some of the most exciting and original music since the birth of rock and roll. Chaz Jankel, Norman Watt-Roy, John Turnbull and Mick Gallagher still remain from the original band, and the current line-up is augmented by Gilad Atzmon. ‘Ian Dury owed his brilliance to no one but he owed his stardom to The Blockheads’ - The Word. Tickets £17.50 - 8pm (doors 7.15)

Richard Digance - Friday 3 June Quite simply one of the most entertaining acts you will ever see. Brilliant selfpenned comic songs introduced with panache, style and outrageous humour. Richard Digance is an evergreen performer who appeals to all ages, making him still one of Britain's top comedy and music attractions. He is highly respected by fellow comedians for his original material and by musicians for being one of Britain's top acoustic guitarists. Richard Digance has appeared to an audience of 8 in The Falklands, half a million at Knebworth Festival and done thousands of shows in between, as well as occasionally finding nine letter words on Countdown. During 2011 Richard will be celebrating 40 years of performing. Tickets £16 - 8pm (doors 7.15)


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Exeter Comedy Club - Friday 10 June If you’ve never been to a Comedy Club before then Exeter Comedy Club is definitely a good place to make a start. Live comedy doesn’t get much better than this. A mixture of experienced stand ups and rising stars of the future, cabaret seating for 250 with the bar open throughout the performance and two intervals. Just about every Exeter Comedy Club night sells out so please book early. Call for details of tonight’s line up or visit www.exeter.gov.uk/cornexchange. Tickets £12 (or £10 if purchased from the venue before Friday 11 May). 8.30pm (doors 7.45) sorry adults (16+) only

The Motown Show - Saturday 11 June 'How Sweet It Is' is the ultimate celebration of the sweet sound of MOTOWN. Now in its 9th successive year this stunning 100% live show combines first class music with the slickest choreography and an amazing orchestra to deliver truly outstanding performances for the best MOTOWN experience you will ever have. Over 50 Golden Years of MOTOWN music are remembered featuring songs from legendary artists such as The Temptations, Diana Ross, The Four Tops, Martha Reeves, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, The Supremes, The Jacksons, Mary Wells, The Isley Brothers and many, many more. Let's 'Get Ready'... to 'Go Loco...Down In Acapulco'. The UK's No1 MOTOWN production is guaranteed to have you dancing 'All Night Long'. Tickets £18.50 7.30pm (doors 6.45)

Jaleo Flemenco - Wednesday 22 June Enter the flamboyant and magical flamenco world of Andalusian dance, song and guitar. On this tour Jaleo are joined by new dancers including sensational new stars José León and Adolfo Vega. Fusing the essential elements of flamenco with their own inimitable and charismatic brand of Spanish passion and emotion, Jaleo unleash the raw energy and sensuous rhythms inherent within flamenco. A potent cocktail of explosive footwork, haunting singing, virtuoso guitar playing and percussive handclapping from southern Spain with some of flamenco’s finest award-winning artists. ‘Jaleo´s enthusiasm is truly inspirational’ - DANCE TODAY. Tickets £16 - 8pm (doors 7.15)

The Blues Band - Saturday 25 June Paul Jones, Dave Kelly, Rob Townsend, Gary Fletcher and Tom McGuinness. Simply the best purveyors of the Blues in the UK today. With four singers and songwriters in the band, the quality and variety of performance and material offered by The Blues Band is pretty much unrivalled, either in the Blues world or elsewhere, and the band’s passion and reverence for the music, their presentation and showmanship all combine to deliver the definitive ‘good night out’ available from any artist currently operating within the blues field in Europe and beyond. For a band to stay together for 32 years proves just how good they are. Tickets £18 7.30pm (doors 6.45)

Big Howard Little Howard - Sunday 26 June Following the huge success of their massively popular BBC TV show (Little Howard’s Big Question) Big Howard and the animated six year old Little Howard are packing their bags and heading for a tour of the UK with their hit live show Little Howard and the Magic Pencil of Life and Death. Bursting out of the TV set and onto the stage this unique family show features sing-a-long songs, innovative 3D animation and hilarious interactive stand-up to keep all ages entertained. Little Howard will be causing plenty of mischief as he appears on screen to talk to the audience and annoy Big Howard. Everything is going well for Little Howard, he has his own TV show, best-selling book and has even appeared on The Royal Variety Performance and sometimes Big Howard lets him drive. However all is not well as Little Howard has found out about the magic pencil that created him which could give his life a third dimension but could also destroy him. Witty, clever, at times breathtakingly funny comedy - THE SUNDAY TIMES. Tickets £10 (adults) £8 (children) £30 (family ticket, 2 adults & 2 children) - 2pm (doors 1.15)

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Blockheads Saturday 28 May

There’s no doubting that the most lovable, eccentric, cocky, funny, schoolboy-rude and artful characters from the punk generation are The Blockheads. Together with Ian Dury they created songs that were clever, insightful, subversive and, more often than not, just plain fun. Clever Trevor, Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick, Reasons to Be Cheerful Part 3, What a Waste and, the anthem for their generation, Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll, all

carried the same trademark mix of humour, indignation, wonderfully witty wordplay and extreme musicianship. Dury may no longer be with us but The Blockheads remain one of the hardest working groups to have emerged from the decade that gave us some of the most exciting and original music since the birth of rock and roll. Chaz Jankel, Norman Watt-Roy, John Turnbull and Mick Gallagher still remain from the original band, and the current line-up is augmented by Gilad Atzmon.

“Ian Dury owed his brilliance to no one but he owed his stardom to The Blockheads” The Word

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Richard Digance Friday 3 June Quite simply one of the most entertaining acts you will ever see. Brilliant self-penned comic songs introduced with panache, style and outrageous humour. Richard Digance is an evergreen performer who appeals to all ages, making him still one of Britain's top comedy and music attractions. He is highly respected by fellow comedians for his original material and by musicians for being one of Britain's top acoustic guitarists. Richard Digance has appeared to an audience of 8 in The Falklands, half a million at Knebworth Festival and done thousands of shows in between, as well as occasionally finding nine letter words on Countdown. During 2011 Richard will be celebrating 40 years of performing.

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MERCURY, who are probably the world’s most authentic tribute to the legend that is Freddie Mercury and Queen. Over the last ten years, MERCURY have performed to sell out audiences at prestigious venues across the world, playing to in excess of a million peoplefrom Holland to Hungary and from Majorca to the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. Other prestigious shows include headlining a New Years Eve festival in Dubai, which was broadcast live to millions via MTV Asia as well as an exclusive concert for Queen’s own Roger Taylor. With the extraordinary vocal range and outstanding delivery of Joseph Lee Jackson as Freddie Mercury and the intricate guitar work of Glenn Scrimshaw as Brian May backed by superbly crafted harmonies and a driving rhythm section, this event will of course include fantastic performances of the most popular Queen hits from the height of their reign as well as some additional tracks from the band’s vast back catalogue.

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JULY 2011 newton abbot HEADLINING SATURDAY! Probably Southampton’s finest export! The awesome DELAYS... Anyone in the know of British rock and pop will almost certainly own at least one of their four critically acclaimed albums. DELAYS burst onto the scene in 2004 with the release of their debut album ‘Faded Seaside Glamour’ on Rough Trade Records. It charted top 20 and became one of the most critically acclaimed albums of that year... “First band in a decade to lay serious claim to the Stone Roses throne” The Guardian, “Heavenly pop glory” Q. ‘Nearer Than Heaven’- One of the finest pop singles of the year - NME Consistently touring throughout the world, the band’s live shows are acclaimed as stunning and euphoric with sell out tours across the UK! DELAYS have twice main staged NME ‘T’ in the park! DELAYS have twice main staged Channel 4s V festival! DELAYS have sold out US tours in Los Angeles, New York City & Seattle and... DELAYS are not too be missed!

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The Devon County Show, now in its 116th year, boasts livestock, food and drink, a flower and garden marquee and lots of family entertainment on the 93 acre site. The County Show expects to attract more than 90,000 visitors from May 19 to 21 to the event where there will be more than 7,000 animals, nearly 500 volunteer stewards and practically non-stop entertainment in six show rings. There are hundreds of marquees – tentage tots up to nearly 300,000 square metres – accommodating passionate and committed people


showcasing everything from handicrafts to food and drink. Entertainment includes the dare-devil Bolddog Lings motorcycle display team, horse-back falconry displays and a 7-aside rugby tournament in the Sainsburyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Arena. Devon County Show is on May 19-21 at Westpoint, Exeter. Once again children go free on Saturday and, for the first time, this year senior citizens are eligible for the buy-one-get-onefree offer on all three days of the Show as long as they buy the tickets before Wednesday 11th May. Additional savings are also available on tickets bought in advance.

To book and for more information please ring 01392 353700 or email info@dcshow.org or why not book tickets through our website www.devoncountyshow.co.uk


WHAT’S ON EXETER - EVENTS MAY

SUNDAY 1ST Rinseout @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Rango (PG) @ The Plough Arts Centre 01805 624624 The Little Red Hen @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

MONDAY 2ND The Dumb Waiter @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

TUESDAY 3RD Guy Dartnell: Something or Nothing @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Ghosts @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Fair Game (12A) @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 The Dumb Waiter @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

WEDNESDAY 4TH Pappys: All Business @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Foster & Allen @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Of Gods and Men (15) @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 The AGM of The Plough Arts Centre Ltd @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 The Dumb Waiter @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

THURSDAY 5TH Route Irish (15) @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Cinderella – Vienna Festival Ballet @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Showaddywaddy 2011 @ Exmouth Pavilion - 01395 562500 The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 The Dumb Waiter @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

FRIDAY 6TH Barnfield Music Club @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 Tamco plus Assassins of Sound support @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 ELO Experience @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Comedy Night with.... Simon Munnery @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624

MAY The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 The Dumb Waiter @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SATURDAY 7TH The Outlook Warm-Up Party @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 John Williams and Richard Harvey World Tour @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Chalet Girl (12A) @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Grand Variety Concert in aid of Opertion Imprezza @ Carlton Theatre – Teignmouth – 01626 778991 The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 The Dumb Waiter @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SUNDAY 8TH Jazz Jam @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Jim Causley and Friends @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

MONDAY 9TH Café Scientifique @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

TUESDAY 10TH Foster & Dechery: EPIC @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Tiny volcanoes @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

WEDNESDAY 11TH Asian Dub Foundation @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Monkeys with Puns @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Abandoman Pic 'n Mix Tour @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Torrington Players present Cold Comfort Farm @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Tiny volcanoes @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

THURSDAY 12TH An Evening of Mediumship @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 The Gallery Sessions - Skip McDonald @ Gallery Cafe, Queens, Barnstaple 01271 324242

MAY Craig Campell @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Torrington Players present Cold Comfort Farm @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Teignmouth Sessions @ Carlton Theatre – Teignmouth – 01626 778991 The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Red Oleadners @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

FRIDAY 13TH The Martin Harley Band @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Zion - a tribute to Bob Marley @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Torrington Players present Cold Comfort Farm @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Exeter Comedy Club: Guest Comedians @ Corn Exchange, Exeter – 01392 665866 The House Band @ Mama Stones, Exeter – 01392 848485 The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Red Oleadners @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SATURDAY 14TH The Rockin' Berries @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 Cowardy Custard @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Torrington Players present Cold Comfort Farm @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Rodgers & Hammerstein Gala Concert@ Princess Theatre, Torquay 0844 8472315 Olly Murs @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 Teignmouth Players Coffee Morning/Tabletop Salde @ Carlton Theatre – Teignmouth – 01626 778991 Freshly Squeezed @ Mama Stones, Exeter – 01392 848485 The Comedy of Errors @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Red Oleadners @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SUNDAY 15TH The Handsome Family + Daniel Knox @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Submarine (15) @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Mike & The Mechanics @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460

TUESDAY 17TH Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat @ Princess Theatre,

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WHAT’S ON EXETER -EVENTS MAY Torquay - 0844 8472315 The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain @ Corn Exchange, Exeter – 01392 665866 Spring Awakening @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Blown @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

WEDNESDAY 18TH Wondermentalist: Taking The Mic @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 The Threepenny Opera @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 The Poozies @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Richard James @ Mama Stones, Exeter – 01392 848485 Spring Awakening @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Blown @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080 Michael Caines Cafe Bar Wine Evening - Californian Evening @ MC Cafe Bar at Abode Exeter - 01392 319955

THURSDAY 19TH David McAlmont @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Jazz Jam @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 The Threepenny Opera @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 West Side Story @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 An audience with Imran Yusuf @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Submarine (15) @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Buble Fever @ Exmouth Pavilion 01395 562500 Spring Awakening @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Blown @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080 Devon County Show @ Westpoint, Exeter - 01392 446000

FRIDAY 20TH Phonic FM Presents @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 The Threepenny Opera @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 West Side Story @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 3 Daft Monkeys (plus support) @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 The Cheltenham Everyman and Kickline

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present Douglas Mounce in TWINKLE LITTLE STAR @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Spring Awakening @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Blown @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080 Devon County Show @ Westpoint, Exeter - 01392 446000

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (12A) @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 G’Mania – Inspired by the TV Hit Glee @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Frank Gardner OBE @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 The Beauty Queen of Leenane @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SATURDAY 21ST Pam’s House @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 The Threepenny Opera @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 West Side Story @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 The Tiger Who Came To Tea @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Little White Lies (15) @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Last Night of the Spring Promts @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 Spring Awakening @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Blown @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080 Devon County Show @ Westpoint, Exeter - 01392 446000

SUNDAY 22ND Gervase Phinn @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Red Simply @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 The Tiger Who Came To Tea @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 In The Face of @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

MONDAY 23RD An Evening with Gervase Phinn @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 We'll Meet Again @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 The Monkees @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460

TUESDAY 24TH Tom Wainwright @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Gretchen Parlato @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242

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WEDNESDAY 25TH Devon Sproule @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Monkeys with Puns @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Flash @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 The Beauty Queen of Leenane @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

THURSDAY 26TH Uncut Poets: Norman Jope @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Bublé Fever @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 Essence of Ireland @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Waste Land (PG) @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Derren Brown – Svengali @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 The Vancoovers @ Exmouth Pavilion 01395 562500 The Beauty Queen of Leenane @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

FRIDAY 27TH Martin Turners Wishbone Ash @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 From The Jam plus support Pete Buffery @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Meek's Cutoff (ctba) @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Derren Brown – Svengali @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 TIDE – Film Evening @ Carlton Theatre – Teignmouth – 01626 778991 UK Pink Floyd Experience @ Corn Exchange, Exeter – 01392 665866 Small Wonder @ Mama Stones, Exeter – 01392 848485 The Beauty Queen of Leenane @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SATURDAY 28TH The Way Back Home @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 Alice's Adventures In Wonderland & Through The Looking Glass @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion,


www.theexeterguide.co.uk MAY Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 The People's Theatre Company present How the Koala Learnt to Hug @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Flamenco/Jazz: Eduardo Niebla in Concert @ The Plough Arts Centre 01805 624624 Derren Brown – Svengali @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 The Blockheads @ Corn Exchange, Exeter – 01392 665866 Mad Dog Mcrea @ Mama Stones, Exeter – 01392 848485 The Beauty Queen of Leenane @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SUNDAY 29TH Tcha Lindberger's Budapest Gypsy Orchestra @ The Plough Arts Centre 01805 624624 Them Beatles @ Exmouth Pavilion 01395 562500 Edith Piaf @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

MONDAY 30TH TUESDAY 31ST Rio (U – tbc) @ The Plough Arts Centre - 01805 624624 Il Divo (15) @ The Plough Arts Centre 01805 624624 Midnight Tango @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

JUNE WEDNESDAY 1ST Larry Garner with The Norman Beaker Band @ Queen's Theatre Studio, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Midnight Tango @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 Bill Giles’ Weather Show @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

THURSDAY 2ND The Eliza Carthy Banc @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Stand-Up@The Studio - Festival Special @ Queen's Theatre Studio, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Midnight Tango @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

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FRIDAY 3RD

THURSDAY 9TH

Barnfield Music Club @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 Shaolin Warriors @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 The ELO Experience @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Midnight Tango @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 Richard Digance @ Corn Exchange, Exeter – 01392 665866 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

Buddy @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple 01271 324242 A Midsummer Night's Dream @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Singin in the Rain @ Exmouth Pavilion 01395 562500 Blok/EKO @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

FRIDAY 10TH

SATURDAY 4TH Jazz Morley @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Midnight Tango @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 Dr Phil’s Rude Health Show @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SUNDAY 5TH Respect Fesitval After Show Party @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Westcoast @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Tim & Light @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

MONDAY 6TH Café Scientigifue @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Shaolin Warriors @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

TUESDAY 7TH Mark Watson Request Stops @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Buddy @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple 01271 324242 Jonathan Ansell & Friends @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Singin in the Rain @ Exmouth Pavilion 01395 562500 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

WEDNESDAY 8TH Buddy @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple 01271 324242 Snooker Legends 2011 @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 Singin in the Rain @ Exmouth Pavilion 01395 562500 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

Buddy @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple 01271 324242 Murder Mystery Dinner - Where There's A Will, There's A Death @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Exeter Comedy Club; Guest Comedians @ Corn Exchange, Exeter – 01392 665866 Singin in the Rain @ Exmouth Pavilion 01395 562500 Blok/EKO @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SATURDAY 11TH South West Underground @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Buddy @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple 01271 324242 A Midsummer Night's Dream @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Mowtown’s Greatest Hits – How Sweet It Is @ Corn Exchange, Exeter – 01392 665866 Singin in the Rain @ Exmouth Pavilion 01395 562500 Blok/EKO @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SUNDAY 12TH MONDAY 13TH Ed Stafford - Walking the Amazon @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

TUESDAY 14TH A Few Good Men @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 Edge: The Postgraduate performance company of London Contemporary Dance School @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080

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WHAT’S ON EXETER -EVENTS JUNE Molly Naylor - Queen's Theatre Studio @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

WEDNESDAY 15TH Wondermentalist: Taking The Mic @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 A Few Good Men @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 The Gallery Sessions - Nancy Kerr & James Fagan @ Gallery Cafe, Queens, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 The Upstairs and Downstairs Songbook @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Carmina Burana @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

THURSDAY 16TH Music of Some Sort @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Jazz Jam @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 A Few Good Men @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 The Upstairs and Downstairs Songbook @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Carmina Burana @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

FRIDAY 17TH A Few Good Men @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 Super Trouper @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 One Night of Queen @ Exmouth Pavilion - 01395 562500 Beauty & The Beast @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SATURDAY 18TH A Few Good Men @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 Martyn Joseph Band @ Barnfield Theatre, Exeter - 01392 270891 Not So Grimm Fairy Tales! @ Queen's Theatre Studio, Barnstaple - 01271 324242

JUNE Blazin' Fiddles @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Beauty & The Beast @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493 Circus Britannica @ The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter - 01392 667080

SUNDAY 19TH An Evening with Blake @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Chance to Dance 2011 @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

MONDAY 20TH Calendar Girls @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315

TUESDAY 21ST Gordon Giltrap and Woody Mann plus Jim Jones support @ Queen's Theatre Studio, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Calendar Girls @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315

WEDNESDAY 22ND The Impossible Gentlemen @ Queen's Theatre Studio, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Calendar Girls @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Jaleo Flamenco @ Corn Exchange, Exeter – 01392 665866 ECC summer Cabaret @ Exmouth Pavilion - 01395 562500 A Corner of the Ocean @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

THURSDAY 23RD Calendar Girls @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Shaolin Warriors @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 C’mon Everybody 2011 @ Exmouth Pavilion - 01395 562500

FRIDAY 24TH Calendar Girls @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Michael Ball @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 Back For Good – Take That Tribute @ Exmouth Pavilion - 01395 562500 The Virginia Monologues @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

JUNE

SATURDAY 25TH Ssh…it’s a Secret @ The Landmark Theatre & Pavilion, Ilfracombe - 01271 324242 Calendar Girls @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 The Blues Band @ Corn Exchange, Exeter – 01392 665866 Pluck: Musical Arson! @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

SUNDAY 26TH Philharmonia Orchestra @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 Little Howard & The Magic Pencil of Life And Death @ Corn Exchange, Exeter – 01392 665866 Stick, Stones & Broken Bone @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

MONDAY 27TH TUESDAY 28TH David Noton: Chasing The Light Road Show @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 TOADS – The King & I @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Bound @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

WEDNESDAY 29TH The Gallery Sessions - Anthony Strong Trio @ Queen's Theatre Studio, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 TOADS – The King & I @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Bound @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

THURSDAY 30TH Uncut Poets @ Phoenix Theatre, Exeter – 01392 667080 Tony Christie & his Musicians @ Queens Theatre, Barnstaple - 01271 324242 TOADS – The King & I @ Princess Theatre, Torquay - 0844 8472315 Morrissey @ Plymouth Pavilions – 0845 1461460 Teignmouth Sessions @ Carlton Theatre – Teignmouth – 01626 778991 Horse @ Exeter Northcott – 01392 493493

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