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WHAT’S ON


Don’t miss our talk from the Master Gunner too and hourly musket displays. Join in with the fascinating ‘Plant Walk’ around the Castle too where you will learn all about the healing and medici- nal properties of plants used during the period.Tickets available to purchase at the site on the day - price includes entry to event and Dartmouth Castle.


August 6th – 10th KING LEAR - DARTMOUTH SHAKESPEARE WEEK Dartmouth Castle The Inn Theatre Company return in their 11th year to perform Shakespeare’s classic tragedy King Lear in the atmospheric surroundings of Dartmouth Castle. Tickets available from Dartmouth Tourist Information Office 01803 834224


August 7th NATURE TRAIL ORIENTEERING strete Gate Car park


Use your best map reading skills to discover all about its wildlife and hisotry and see if you can solve a tricky puzzle at the end! Booking Essential. Meet at Strete Gate Car Park. Sensible outdoor footwear & clothing recommended. Sorry, no dogs.


August 7th COCKINGTON FAYRE Cockington Court A traditional Old English Village Fayre in the grounds of historic Cockington Court. www.www.cockingtoncourt.org


August 12th DARTMOUTH CASTLE THROUGH THE AGES: GEORGIAN Dartmouth Castle We bring the castle to life with our Georgian theme this week. Meet some colourful characters and enjoy talks and firepower demonstrations from


the period as the Castle is occupied by The Society of King George III. See the Castle dressed with Georgian artefacts, to handle, and discover more about Georgian life and times. Tickets will be available to purchase at the event site on the day - includes entry to event & Dartmouth Castle.


Every effort has been made to ensure the above information is correct at the time of going to press. Please check with organisers to avoid disappointment. To include your future event, email mark@bythedart.co.uk


What’s On at Local National Trust properties


during July & August


65 dates between 26 June 2013 and 22 September 2013 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE: BECKY BETTESWORTH Greenway House, Galmpton A fine art illustrator and former art director takes now makes work focussed pleasure on the local area and the people that enjoy it. Her work is bright, colourful and refreshing. Many pieces will be painted on site using Greenway as inspiration. beckybettesworth.co.uk


5th July COLETON FISHACRE


JAZZ CLUB Join us on the first Friday of every month for a relaxing evening with friends. Enjoying a delicious two course supper accompanied by local jazz trio Art Deco


Music. The classic tunes and elegant performance is in perfect keeping with the Art Deco elegance of Coleton Fishacre, where the Jazz era is still swinging!Contact: coletonfishacre@ nationaltrust.org.uk. 7pm - 9.30pm All tickets £28


10th July GARDEN WORKSHOP Coleton Fishacre, Kingswear Join Coleton’s expert gardeners for tips on how to keep your garden looking tip-top at these workshops. In July the gardeners will be covering herbaceous borders ‘ setting up, choice of plants and maintenance. In September they will help you get ready for Autumn by explaining and demonstrating turf care and autumn work on the borders.Booking Essential 01803 842382. All tickets £10


30th July, 6th August LAUNDRY DAY Coleton Fishacre, Kingswear Join us at Coleton Fishacre’s


newly opened laundry to experience life as a 1930s laundry maid! Have a go washing linen from the period using a washing dolly, washboard and mangle, with the expert supervision of our knowledgeable volunteers. Booking not needed. Normal Admission Charges Apply - FREE DROP-IN EVENT. Wear clothes you don’t mind getting a bit soapy, although aprons will be provided.


7th August OUTDOOR THEATRE: AS YOU LIKE IT Bradley, Newton Abbot The Lord Chamberlain’s Men perform Shakespeare’s finest comedy in the magical medieval setting of Bradley. With warring brothers, clowns, comic peasants, romance, death threats, escape and even a wrestling match there is something for everyone here. This is one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies containing some of his most memorable lines. Let the players whisk


you away to the forest court of the exiled Duke of Arden. Adult £13 (16 and over), Child £0 (under 3), Child £10 (3 - 15), Family £42 Booking Essential 01803 842382


21st August OUTDOOR THEATRE: ALICE Greenway House, Galmpton Heartbreak’s ingenious adaptation blends both of Lewis Carroll’s volumes (Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass) to produce a fast paced production full of engaging dialogue, inspiring music and magical adventure. Renowned for their award-winning open air theatre, this brand-new production is bursting with Heartbreak’s unique combination of interactive and imaginative theatre style that promises to be a captivating treat for all the family, in the unique setting of Greenway garden. Adult fishacre@nationaltrust. org.uk.


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