The Exmouth Players present Falstaff Frolics, the escapades of Sir John Falstaff according to William Shakespeare, at The Blackmore Theatre on the following dates and times: • 11th May 2019 at 7.30pm; and • 12th May at 3.00pm. This is a workshop production and will consist of an anthology of scenes featuring William Shakespeare’s lovable rogue. For nearly 400 years Sir John Falstaff has been a favourite of audiences in the UK and all around the world. As the culmination of a series of workshops the Exmouth Players present scenes featuring the fat knight and his jolly friends. Scenes from...
A project to get more women running for political office will be running workshops at the WOW Women of the World Festival, Exeter this weekend on 13th & 14th October at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum.
The Parliament Project is a non-partisan initiative that seeks to inspire, empower and encourage women to run for political office in the UK. It runs information and skills building events and offers peer networking to support women to get elected. Since summer 2016 the Parliament Project has delivered workshops to over 2,000 women in Scotland and England.
This half term, join us at the Devon Guild Craft centre on 25th and 26th October for free family fun!. Become a crafty cook at our free making days with activities for all ages, based on the current exhibition, 'Plate Up'. Have fun modelling faux food for a spooky banquet… it may look good enough to eat - but don’t dare try it! Materials provided, donations welcomed. Under 12’s supervised please. Part of the Family Arts and Family Learning Festival.
Monday 23rd October 2017, 10.00-12.00 (Pearson Education Centre) This popular workshop is appearing again. Be a cool scientist and launch your flying machines around the Cathedral. Make copters and planes whizz across the nave. Can a plane fly with circular wings? What is the biggest paper plane we can fly? Let’s find out! Booking information £7, suitable for children 6 years and over. Book online or telephone 01392 285983.
Have you ever wondered if there is a secret formula for success? If so, Dafferns Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors may have the answer….
The team, based at Plymouth Science Park, are running a morning workshop on Thursday (14 September) which aims to explore the key areas of making your business a resounding success.
The seminar, entitled The Personal Success Equation, examines the values which can help set you apart from other leaders to ensure your business constantly receives a resounding ‘thumbs up’ from clients, colleagues and industry watchers.
A short workshop for SME business managers, after which you will understand the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its commercial impact.
The GDPR represents a fundamental change in the market, and as any businessperson knows, change equals opportunity. So while we will look at the GDPR as a new compliance risk, we will also look at what market change the GDPR is trying to drive, how this impacts business and what opportunities it creates for those that see change as commercial opportunity.
On 7th December Exeter City Futures held its Challenge Definition Workshop to synthesise insights, comments, and discussion from Exeter City Futures Community. The workshop brought together the most engaged and entrepreneurial community members, members of Exeter City Council, and the Exeter City Futures team.
Introductions from key Exeter City Futures team members, local councillors, and insights from the upcoming Energy Report helped put the workshop into context and inform the day’s activities. During a day of lively and engaged discussion participants worked to define key...
FORMER Exeter Chiefs rugby star turned farmer, Rich Baxter joined a special sausage-making and butchery workshop at a city butchers last week.
Customers and suppliers were invited to the event, which was held at Burrow Farm’s St Thomas butchers shop, Courtney’s.
The event was held to introduce customers to Burrow Farm’s two new Master Butchers, and to give customers a chance to have a go at making their own sausages – something that Burrow Farm’s Courtney’s shop is famous for.
Shop owner Neil Grigg said: ‘We wanted to give our customers a chance to meet our...