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6 What’s on


3 – 8 MAY Totnes & Dartington Open Studios


Birdwood House, Totnes This Open Studios Group of about 20 artists will be displaying their work at Birdwood House. An interesting mix of painter, ceramicists, sculptors, print-makers, illustrators and more. 10am – 4.45pm daily. Birdwood- house.org.uk


17 MAY – 20 JUNE Delamore Art 2021


Delamore Estate, Cornwood, Ivybridge Annual exhibition of art and sculpture in gardens and indoors. Pre-booking essential this year due to Covid. Tel: 01752 837663. Delamore-art.co.uk


22 MAY Plant and book sale St Thomas of Canterbury Church,


Kingswear Plant and book sale raising funds for Christian Aid and Friends of St Thomas (FROST) 10am - 1pm.


8 MAY, 12 JUNE


Dartmouth Farmers Market New and exciting farmers market featuring the best of South Devon’s local produce - second Saturday every month from May to December. See coastalkitchendevon.com


15 MAY, 19 JUNE


Kingsbridge Farmers & Craft Market The Kingsbridge Farmers and Craft Producers Market is held on the first and third Saturdays of every month in Kingsbridge selling local food and crafts. Kingsbridgefarmersmarket. co.uk


16 MAY, 20 JUNE


Totnes Good Food Sunday The Biggest monthly producers’ and farmers’ market in the Westcountry. 10am – 3pm. Contact southhams. markets@swdevon.gov.uk


16 MAY Surfers Against Sewage - Million


Mile Clean The Aune Conservation Association are organising a clean up around the


28 & 29 MAY Dartmouth Late Night Art Gallery


Opening 5 Dartmouth galleries will be opening late until 7pm over this May weekend to enable more people to see the launch of their exciting new exhibitions. All shows go on for 2-3 weeks and can be seen in person and on the websites of each gallery. No invitation needed... Just turn up! Exhibitions of new art and ceramics can be seen in 4 Foss Street Galleries (Ainscough Gallery, Baxters, Coombe Gallery and Simon Drew Gallery) as well as Dart Gallery in Lower Street. There will be a wide range of styles and prices so be sure to enjoy looking at all this new work.


Events in May/June


Avon Tidal Road. Gather in either the Timbers or Milburn Orchard car parks at either end of the Tidal Road. Bring your own sacks for rubbish, wear gloves and maintain a sensible distance from others/ wear a mask if you prefer. 3 – 4pm. For further info contact Stuart Watts – 01548 810373. Auneconservation.org.uk


29 MAY The Further Adventures of Doctor Dolittle


Cockington Court The outdoor Illyria theatre company is delving back into Hugh Lofting’s amazing stories to bring you a brand-new musical adaptation of the Doctor’s FURTHER adventures with Jip the Dog, Dab Dab the Duck and Gub Gub the Pig. Cockingtoncourt. org


2 & 3 JUNE Mr Stink


Dartington Hall Heartbreak Productions return with their Open Air Theatre performance of David Walliams’ much loved book Mr Stink. Everyone is welcome. Dar- tington.org


8 JUNE – 29 JULY Agatha Christie’s Spider’s Web


Palace Theatre, Paignton Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Bijou Theatre Productions return with this thrilling and tension filled play. Palacetheatrepaignton. co.uk


12 & 13 JUNE Dartmouth Triathlon


Blackpool Sands The Dartmouth Triathlon returns for a 6th year. Once again we have a fantastic sea swim at Blackpool Sands followed by an equally stunning bike ride along the coast with a flattish two or four lap run to finish. Sportivaevents.co.uk


12 – 26 JUNE


Dartmouth Fiver Fest This totally local shopping event is back – Support your local, independ- ent high streets and grab a bargain. See page 20.


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