Reggae royalty UB40 will be headlining Sounds of the Summer at Newton Abbot Racecourse on Sunday 16 July.
See Duncan Campbell, Robin Campbell, Norman Hassan, Brian Travers, Earl Falconer and James Brown perform some of their greatest hits live on the night. They will be also joined by some very special guests, to be announced soon.
Enjoy a jam-packed evening filled with hit-after-hit of live music in the South Devon countryside. Tickets on sale now Early Bird Adult Admission (Available until 31 March): Buy today and save!
The Exeter Philharmonic Choir, directed by Andrew Millington will be performing Verdi’s Requiem with The Exeter Philharmonic orchestra on Saturday March 18th at 7.30 p.m. in Exeter Cathedral. Soprano Cheryl Enever Mezzo-Soprano Madeleine Shaw Tenor Andrew Mackenzie-Wicks Bass Darren Jeffery Tickets: £22, £17, £12 (unreserved) online at: www.exephil.org.uk at the box office: Exeter Visitor Information and Tickets, Dix’s Field, Exeter 01392 665885
The second masterwork of our season brings the drama of Verdi’s Requiem to the cathedral. After Rossini’s death in 1868, Verdi suggested...
St. Margaret’s Church, Topsham Saturday March 25th 2017 at 7.30 p.m.
We are delighted and honoured to be hosting The Banber Duo, Pál Banda (cello) and Zsuzsa Berényi (piano), who will give a concert which will include a Boccherini Sonata, a Bach Suite, and pieces by Schumann, Popper and Casals.
From their web-site: “Formed in London in 2010 by two Hungarian graduates of the Franz Liszt Academy, the Banber duo (a composite of the names of its members) sets out to bring live chamber music back into the small, intimate venues and spaces for which it was written. Pal plays on a...
Italians, allegedly, are fanatical about three things: Opera, football and wine in that order. Devonians have altogether different priorities, with Folk ballads, rugby union and cider high on the agenda. But perhaps this is about to change; because the Opera Dudes are coming to your aria (sorry) this February.
Before the month is out, amateur renditions of “Nessun Dorma” will be ringing out from shower cubicles across the county.
“We get a lot of blokes coming up to us at the end of the show,” says Tim Lole, one half of the duo. “They say, “Hate opera. Only came ‘cause my...
The world’s biggest girl band, Little Mix, have announced they are playing a run of UK summer shows in 2017 including a show in Exeter. The band, which is enjoying phenomenal success and is one of British pop’s brightest acts, will play outdoors at Powderham Castle on Friday 14th July 2017, as one of their 13 ‘Summer Shout Out’ live shows. Little Mix will perform their signature hits, including ‘Shout Out to My Ex’, ‘Black Magic’, 'Hair' and 'Wings', alongside tracks from their new album 'Glory Days'. Concert promoter, LCC Live, is hosting the show, along with Bryan Adams who will perform...
Tuesday 31st January 2017 at 19.00 in Exeter Cathedral
A devotional performance on the organ by Timothy Parsons (Assistant Director of Music) of this monumental cycle in celebration of the Nativity of Christ. Olivier Messiaen (1908-92) was one of the most influential composers of the twentieth century, and the theology of his deep Catholic faith plays an enormous role in his compositions.
Free admission with a retiring collection towards the work of Exeter Cathedral.
Peter James Millson’s gloriously melodic 2014 debut ‘Sweet The Love That Meets Return’ (produced by Danny George Wilson) drew critical comparisons with the likes of Paddy McAloon, Jackson Browne and Roddy Frame.
“Back in the day… I used to photograph friends and their bands,” recalls Millson, “I took my box of prints up to the NME. Trips abroad, very exciting. Then started doing portraits for The Guardian newspaper. Met lots of heroes of the music world. Published a book of photos called Home Entertainment. The National Portrait Gallery acquired six of my portraits. One of which...
Had you been in Exeter at 2.30pm on Saturday 10 December, you would have been witness to a congregation of over 700 Freemasons with their families in the Cathedral.
They were led by their Provincial Grand Master Rt. W. Bro. Ian Kingsbury JP in a celebration of the coming of Christmas.
They sang carols in the company of 8 voices arranged by Mathew Cann, a gentleman of the Cathedral Choir, led by the superb Cathedral organ played by Tim Noon, Cathedral Director of Music. They also gave nine readings including one titled “The Christmas Cake and the Mouse” in a service led by...