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10 What’s On MARCH & APRIL


artisans. Feed your senses, meet the makers, enjoy some music and food & drink all in the wonderful square at the top of town. 10am – 4pm. Check facebook page.


13 April ARTS SOCIETY LECTURE The Flavel, Dartmouth This Won’t Hurt! Medicine in Art Throughout the Ages. 2.30 – 4.30pm.


15 April & 6 May


OPERA CAFÉ BY IAN BLOOMFIELD LIVE


Sat 4th April 7.30pm Ian Bloomfield returns to The Flavel with his newly written production of Opera Café - a story about the famous Singing Waiters, which draws on Ian’s own colourful experience as one of the first singing waiters in the UK.


4 April DART GIG CLUB REGATTA Annual racing regatta on the River Dart. Gigrower.co.uk


4 April SPRING FAIR Stoke Fleming Village Hall Raising funds for Stoke Fleming Youth Club. Stalls include local arts & crafts, cakes, books and refreshments. Sales tables available at £5 each. Contact Sue on 01803 770730 or tweed833@btinternet.com to book or for further details.10am – 12noon.


5 April WALKING WORKSHOP Bantham Beach to Hope Cove A walk stopping at various archaeological sites to confirm, update and record our Coastal heritage at risk. 9am. Booking essential. www.citizan.org.uk


7 April


KINGSBRIDGE JAZZ CLUB – Ben Holder Trio The Fishermen’s Rest, Aveton Gifford Doors Open 6.30pm. Tickets on the door. Kingsbridgejazzclub.com


BACK TO THE 80’s - RIVIERA DOGS LIVE


Sat 18th April 8.00pm A well-known, polished and very popular 5 piece band based in Torquay delivering fantastic music from the 80’s!


8 April PROBUS CLUB OF STOKE FLEMING & DISTRICT – The Potential of Driverless Cars Stoke Lodge Hotel, Stoke Fleming A talk by Dave Jeffery. 10.30am start Contact Graham Lewis, 01803 712248.


8 April, 1 May PILGRIM OPEN DAY Brixham Pontoon Visitors are invited to come aboard and see how they did things in 1895 and explore Brixham’s unique fishing and sailing heritage. 10.30 – 3.30pm. pilgrimofbrixham.org.uk


9 April DART VALLEY U3A TALK – BEING A YEOMAN WARDER The Flavel, Dartmouth This talk given by John Keohane, was Chief Yeoman Warder, the most senior member of the Sovereign’s Bodyguard based at the Tower. 10am.


11 April ROTHERFOLD ARTISAN MARKET Totnes A market of creatives, foodies &


LIVE EVENTS • FILM • THEATRE • OPERA • ART • CAFE • LIBRARY FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FILM LISTINGS, PLEASE GO TO:


www.theflavel.org.uk Tel: 01803 839530 FLAVEL PLACE, DARTMOUTH, TQ6 9ND


BRIXHAM FISH MARKET TOUR Get a fascinating insight into behind the scenes operations at England’s largest fish market followed by fish breakfast in Rockfish. 6am. Booking essential. Brixhamfishmarket.co.uk


17 April GRAND CHARITY EVENING Brixham Theatre 7.30pm. In aid of Shoalstone Pool. Brixhamtheatre.uk


18 April JOGLARESA: THE ENCHANTRESS OF SEVILLE Dartington Hall Totnes Early Music Society return to the stage exploring the roots of Iberian song. 7pm. Dartington.org


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