Reviews

Just another Totnes Cafe?

Longer Read  21/05/2019 No-one can accuse Totnes of being short on coffee shops. So what’s so special about another recent addition next to the Seven Stars at the bottom of town? Well, quite a lot as it turns out. Totnes may have it's 'bubble' status but, like the rest of Devon in general, is not immune to problems. With outstanding ...
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Album release gig visit from Ben Osborn

British poet, songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist Ben Osborn returns to the Dartmouth Inn, Totnes on May 4th to present his latest album "Letters from the Border". Ben is signed up to NonoStar records and created the album with German experimental violinist Alex Stolze at the remote Nonostar Studio on the German-Polish border in the summer of 2018. It includes the ...
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Martin Harley’s Captivating Blues

Astounding! Martin Harley and his authentic, soulful blues were surely an experience to remember at The Barrel House on Saturday 8th December. The crowd, seemingly in awe of his talent, Harley possessing the power to both captivate an audience and make them go wild with adoration and excitement, as his increasing passion and mastery of the slide guitar came out ...
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Be-Wilded

An immersion into a world of art. A walk up the wooden stairs to the Angel Gallery in South Street will land you in a world of artistic peacefulness. Lebanese born Azul-Valerie Thome and Katz Cowley the creator of the childrens book that has become a hilarious viral you-tube sensation. Azul is weaving a colourful belt that has been commissioned ...
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Totnes Cinema

A cinema at the heart of the town Totnes Cinema is the town’s single most exciting arts initiative in recent times. If you doubt it, simply go along to a selection of films and events at its 27a High Street address. It's where the library used to be. Since the demise of Dartington College of Arts and perhaps further back ...
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