Browsing: What’s on in Exmouth

The team behind the Exmouth Pavilion Christmas Pantomime have confirmed TV Legend and all-round good fox, BASIL BRUSH, will join pantomime favourite Stuart Earp in this year’s production of Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs. Basil Brush will feature as The Magic Mirror, alongside Stuart Earp as Muddles, Harry Moore as Nurse Nellie, Kassie Malam as Snow White, Jessica Fay Long as The Wicked Queen and Exeter’s own Sam Emmerson as The Prince. We cannot wait to get back to Exmouth and bring fun and laughter to our amazing audiences, Basil Brush is a great addition to our show… Producer Kevin Brown says “It’s going to be…

Exmouth Festival has been cancelled for the second year running because of the coronavirus pandemic. Exmouth Town Council said it was ‘with a heavy heart’ the decision had been taken to scratch the event, which had been due to take place over the Whitsun Bank Holiday, from May 28-31. Plans for Exmouth Festival 2022 will begin shortly ‘to make sure it is the party that the people of Exmouth deserve’, organisers said. We are all really disappointed that we are again unable to put on a festival this year… And the town council said it hopes to offer some community…

Books, jigsaws, plants, cakes and even Christmas stocking fillers will be for sale from a garden wall in Exmouth on Saturday, October 31. The charity sale is in aid of Exmouth National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) organised by supporter Mary Hazlewood. Mary raised almost £100 for the charity during the March coronavirus lockdown, holding ‘on-wall swapping’ from her front garden, where she encouraged the borrowing and exchanging of books and jigsaws. She is inviting all to her latest fundraiser, on Saturday, October 31, at Phillipps Avenue, in Exmouth, EX8 3JE. Mary said: “During lockdown back in March, I began what I…

If you are holding an event for your club, charity, group or cause, and would like it to appear in the What’s On section, email newsdesk@eastdevonnews.co.uk  Exmouth in Bloom and Centre Stage are holding events this weekend. Award-winning Exmouth youth theatre group hit in pocket by COVID-19 launches fundraising appeal after warning it will ‘run out of money’

Exmouth RNLI’s November 5 fireworks spectacular has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic – dealing a fundraising blow to the lifesaving charity. Organisers have made the ‘difficult decision’ to pull the plug on this year’s fun due to restrictions on large outdoor gatherings. The event was due to take place at the town’s rugby club and recreation ground. Whilst it is very sad news…we are even more determined to return with a bigger and better experience in 2021 – Lousie Hockings-ThompsonLast year’s event – the first to be organised by Exmouth RNLI – raised £12,834 for the popular cause.…

Exmouth artists and imaginative people are needed to inject some love into a project to turn tired beach beach seats into a fresh space for creativity. Community artist Anna Fitzgerald, from Exmouth, has teamed up with graphic artist Gary Cook and Honiton’s Thelma Hulbert Gallery for an East Devon District Council-backed idea to transform the love boats. Some 50 people are needed to make their mark on the area in time for a bigger ‘creative hub’ community project being launched next year, involving schools, groups, young people and artists. Anna, who is leading the project, said creative people from all…

Parents with young children in Exeter and East Devon are invited to sign youngsters up for a free virtual bike ride for charity. Whizz Kids Toys, based in Exmouth, has launched the Little Wheels Lockdown Ride 2020 for children aged between two and six years old, mapping out four routes suitable for little legs. The aim of the event is to give East Devon youngsters who might be missing school and nursery a boost, while raising funds for nationwide charity Whizz-Kidz, who work to transform the lives of disabled children across the UK. The event is thought to be the…

These photos show how a for-fun social distancing art project in Exmouth has brought strangers together in lockdown while raising funds for charity. Community artist Anna Fitzgerald, of Gussiford Lane, Exmouth, came up with the idea of shared art – like a creative game of consequences – where anyone can have a go and pass it on. The finished works of art will be auctioned at a later date, raising funds for the Exmouth Open Door Centre. There is still time to get involved in the community art project, which ends on Friday, June 26. The Lockdown Art Share project…

Exmouth Festival 2020 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis. The town council said it made the decision ‘with heavy hearts’ after following government advice. Festivities had been due to take place from May 22-25. All artists, traders and acts will be rebooked for next year, says organisers. We realise that a lot of people will be disappointed, but the health and wellbeing of our artists, musicians, volunteers and festival supporters is always our priority…. An Exmouth Town Council spokesperson said: “The decision has not been taken lightly but has been made in accordance with government guidelines in relation…

Coronavirus concerns for older fans and musicians has seen Exmouth Town Concert Band call off its first performance of 2020. The group had been due to stage its Spring Concert at St Peter’s Church in Budleigh Salterton on Wednesday, March 25. We know that many of our followers and indeed members are in the older age bracket and are therefore considered to be at greater risk from the current virus…However, it says the event has been postponed indefinitely due to the ‘uncertain climate in the UK’. A spokesperson for the band said it had followers ‘in the older age bracket’…

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