Totnes & Dartington Open Studios

Event Date:

From 26th May

Until 29th May


Local artists open their studios and homes for the visiting public to view and buy their art works.

12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Totnes & Dartington Open Studios Totnes & Dartington Open Studios

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Sunday Good Food Market

Totnes Good Food Sunday Market is held on the 3rd Sunday of every month from 10 am to 3 pm in and around Totnes Market Square. TALK FOOD - TASTE FOOD - BUY FOOD A visit to Totnes wouldn’t be complete without taking time to browse around Totnes’ popular award-winning monthly food market. It’s now the largest and most vibrant farmers’ market in Devon, and with its diverse variety of stalls including delicious take-away street food, it’s sure to please. There’s always a great atmosphere on these special Sundays so make it a date and come and say hello to our regional artisan producers who will make you most welcome.

Dartington Morris Men

Dartington Morris Men are officially 50 this year and to celebrate they are dancing all over the area. Dartington Morris has a fascinating history, for example it has performed in Sweden, Germany, France, Belgium, Holland, Czech Republic, Canada and America. According to the History of Morris in the USA, the Dartington Morris Men, when they visited the USA and Canada in the Summer of 1977, were the first English side to perform in North America. The side’s kit has been worn under the ice cap of the South Pole by officers on watch on the nuclear submarine HMS Intrepid, and by a member of the side dancing jigs at 17,000 ft in the Himalayas, and the side has performed at over 30,000 ft for Laker Airline and on board Holland American Liners. The team has also been official guests of NATO staying at NATO Headquarters, Mons, Belgium. If you would like to know about Dartington Morris Men including when and where they dance, check their online calendar. More details are available HERE

SHAF – South Hams Arts Trail

SHAF has grown continually since its foundation in 2000, holding a number of exhibitions and Arts Trails in the area. Far from being a high-powered organisation, we are a friendly group of talented and enthusiastic individuals, always happy to hear from new artists within the South Hams. Currently we have artists and craftsmen from various disciplines, and are keen to collaborate with performing artists from across the region.