Totnes’ homegrown Chapter 12 Comedy Club returns for its next show on Thursday 4th April. Now in its third year, Chapter 12 Comedy Club is a bi-monthly comedy night held upstairs in the beautiful Barrel House. The ever-popular comedy club regularly sells out and always features a handcrafted selection of the best up and coming talent, a stunning venue and convivial atmosphere. Chapter 12 is always a hilarious, feel-good night out.
April’s show will feature innovative and original comedy, foolish fun and games, and plenty of cracking craft drinks courtesy of Totnes Brewing Co. Always friendly, always funny, and frequently thought provoking, Chapter 12 showcases the best local talent as well as attracting award-winning comics from all over the UK.
The full bill for the next Comedy Club (4th April) is being released on the Chapter 12 Comedy Club Facebook page.
Doors open at 7.30 pm. Show starts at 8 pm. Tickets £7 on the website and £8 on the door.
If you are unable to attend the April show then Chapter 12 will be returning to the Barrel House, Totnes, on Thursday 6th June and Thursday 1st August.
Our ‘Inspiration’ full day workshop is the perfect choice for those who are less confident to design the artwork themselves, as Steve has come up with the ‘inspiration’ for you. You will make up to three wall panels of 25cm x 25cm. You can choose from designs which Steve has already produced. He will show you how to recreate these in the glass, using stencils that have already been prepared.
£295 per person, booking essential.
Spring Retreat at Sharpham House - 5-nights from £350 - £645.
Refresh and reconnect with yourself as Mother Nature stirs from her slumber. Our Spring Unfolding retreat gives you the chance to be nourished by the best that Sharpham has to offer, including:
yoga and mindful movement
activities and meditation surrounded by nature
walking in the beautiful Devon landscape
You’ll experience many of the rich threads that are woven through our programme, exploring mindful awareness through community, creativity, celebration and a deep connection to nature, yet with plenty of space for your own reflection and contemplation.
You’ll also have enough free time to explore your stunning surroundings during Spring – and Sharpham Estate and gardens are bursting with vitality in this season.
Check the Sharpham website for more information.
The Totnes Women's Voices exhibition at Totnes Museum celebrates 100 years since at least some women won the hard fought for right to vote in a general election.
This exhibition features the audio/ visual presentation "Totnes Women's Voices 1918-2018". In it you will hear local women and girls from age 3 to 92 give their views on politics and voting, how life has changed and what they feel still needs to change.
You will also learn about local women activists from Totnes and Devon who were involved in the suffrage movement and there will also be an opportunity to share your views.
For more information contact email@example.com
During this 1.5 to 2 hour workshop from 7 - 9 pm you will make your own curved tealight panel which we’ll fire for you overnight, ready for collection the next day. Whether you already work in glass, or are a complete novice, Steve will tailor your tuition accordingly.
£45 per person, booking essential.
“When the sea-foam is red at the end of the Earth, only then will you see me again – until then you will wander the earth and all that you touch will turn to iron…”
A curious hedgehog with high hopes and his iron-browed bride journey to the ends of the Earth. Will they find true love and happiness, or witches and dragon-flames? Beyond a limitless ocean, a woman covered in moss begs for forgiveness, while under a crone’s stone doorstep, two toads endure winter for love’s sake.
Hedgespoken presents preview performances of IRON-BROW AND THORN-COAT, our retelling of a classic Lithuanian folk-tale. Steeped in old magic and half-familiar memories, this beguiling tale of magical transformation, love, betrayal and endurance brings together storytelling by Tom Hirons, puppetry and masked performance by Helen Aldrich, music by Louis Bingham and Griselda Sanderson and artistic direction from Rima Staines and Sarah Vigars.
Suitable for all story-seekers and particularly aimed at intergenerational audiences from 5 – 105
Storyteller, mask-maker and writer Tom Hirons and internationally-respected artist, puppeteer and musician Rima Staines tell tales and spark imaginations from the Hedgespoken truck wherever they can, from busy festivals and family camps to quiet laybys and secluded forests.
Hedgespoken specialise in retelling East European and British folktales and also stories from the wide world of the Traveller and Gypsy communities.
Venue Space - Studio 1
Tickets £8 | Concessions £6
Gathering Places - A workshop in Body and Imagination with Miranda Tufnell and Chris Crickmay
Saturday 13th - Sunday 14th April from 10 am -5 pm at Ashprington Village Hall, Totnes.
Moving Making Writing - a movement workshop which begins in the body, in our sense of breath and of bone, of weight and lightness, of gravity and momentum - and extends into other arts.
Fee £100 (deposit £40) - book with Hayley Price - see phone number and email.
Dartington Community Choir conducted by Simon Capet on Sunday 14th April in The Great Hall at Dartington from 7.30 pm.
Karl Jenkins’ “Requiem” and Maurice Durufle’s “Requiem”
Orchestra: Dartington Sinfonietta, with Peter King (organist) and Clive Bell (shakuhachi)
Soloists: Charlotte Forfar (soprano) and Matt Hulbert (baritone)
Tickets are on sale at the Dartington Box Office 01803 847070 or online - £19; students and U16s £7.50.
Every fourth Friday of the month there will be a new indoor market at the Civic Hall, Totnes with a collection of interesting and exciting stalls selling a variety of handmade products. Shelter from the elements and find delicious food to take away, arts & crafts, special gifts and much more.
Open to visitors from 9 am - 4 pm. (Exhibitors set up from 8 am).
For more information about exhibiting or visiting please contact Mairead on 01803 862147 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.