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14 What’s On - Local Theatres & National Trust


PRINCESS THEATRE Torquay Box Office: 0844 871 3023 www.atgtickets.com


6 – 10 March 13 – 17 March 20 March 21 March 22 March 23 March 25 March 28 March 29 March 30 March 1 April 4 April 5 April


6/7 April 8 April


15 April 16 April 21 April 25 April 29 April


George’s Marvellous Medicine Evita


Cilla and the Shades of the 60s 100 Years of Jazz in 99 Minutes Buddy Holly and the Cricketers Money for Nothing The Hollies


Jasper Carrott’s Stand up and Rock Back to Bacharach Think Floyd


The Carpenters Story Justin’s Band Kim Wilde


Champions of Magic Menopause: The Musical


Russell Watson – Canzoni d’Amore England Football Legends Live Jason Manford – Muddle Class Vienna Festival Ballet – Cinderella Shalamar – 35th Anniversary Tour


PLYMOUTH PAVILIONS Box Office: 0845 146 1460 • www.plymouthpavilions.com


1 - 4 March 8 – 11 March 17 March 18 March 28 April


Michael McIntyre Michael McIntyre Jason Manford Brit Floyd


The Band of HM Royal Marines


THEATRE ROYAL, Plymouth Box Office: 01752 267222 • www.theatreroyal.com


4 March 9 March


12 – 17 March 21 – 24 March 27 March 28 March


29 – 31 March 3 – 7 April 8 April 9 April


10 – 12 April 13 April 14 April


17 – 28 April 29 April


30/31 March 1 April


13 April 25 – 28 April


Stewart Lee Content Provider Brian Conley


Sunset Boulevard


BRB The Sleeping Beauty WNO Ls Forza Del Destino WNO Don Giovanni WNO Tosca


The Jungle Book Black Dyke Band


Andy Ford: Look It’s Me What the Ladybird Heard Justin’s Band


Russell Watson – Canzone d’Amore Jersey Boys


Champions of Magic


PALACE THEATRE, Paignton Box Office: 01803 665800 • www.palacetheatrepaignton.com


Dad Dancing Jungle Book


ABBA: Take a Chance on Us Last of the Summer Wine


What’s on at local properties


nationaltrust.org.uk


Please check National Trust website for further details


COLETON FISHACRE Open every day 10.30am – 5pm. 01803 842382


Saturdays in March & April (except Easter)


ARTIST IN RESIDENCE – Jo Turner Meet and see Jo Turner in the garden capturing the views of Coleton Fishacre Drawing materials available.11am – 2pm. Booking not need.


30 March – 15 April


CADBURY EASTER EGG HUNT Follow the trail of clues around the garden to lead you to your chocolate reward


4 & 11 April


WILD WEDNESDAYS Special childrens’ events with pond dipping and camp fire cooking. 2 – 4pm. Booking not needed.


25 March & 29 April


TRUST 10RUN A free monthly 10k trail run along the rugged South West Coast Path and through Coleton Fishacre garden. Free, fun, informal, forever and for everyone.


GREENWAY Open every day 10.30am – 5pm. 01803 842382


7 March, 4 April


GARDEN BLITZ On the first Wednesday of each month the garden team blitz an overgrown or neglected area of garden - can you help? The work involves cutting down or digging out weeds, brambles, overgrown shrubs and moving debris to the shredder or bonfire...


30 March – 15 April CADBURY EASTER EGG HUNT Follow the clues and join the hunt to find who helped Bunny hide the precious eggs.


30 March - October


AGATHA CHRISTIE & COLLINS EXHIBITION An exhibition of Christie’s ‘secret’ letters to her longstanding publisher HarperCollins is on display in the Walled Garden, created to celebrate HarperCollins’ 200th anniversary.


Don’t forget bythedart.co.uk has more info and up to date listings of local events


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