What's On in Devon and Cornwall - October 15 - 21
Castle Centre: North Devon Archeological Society talk by Dave Edgcombe (AONB N. Devon) on “Hillsborough Hill Fort”. Members no charge, visitors £2.50. Tuesday 7.30pm.
Methodist Church Hall, High Street: David Thomas in concert, Bideford Keyboard and Organ Club. Admission £2.50 for members and £4 for visitors. Tuesday 7.30pm.
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St Petroc’s Church: Joint concert by Rame peninsula and Liskerrett Male Choirs. Concert is supporting Bodmin Memory Cafe and begins at 3pm on Sunday.
Church and Stables: Scratch Messiah on Saturday. £16 incl tea. Rehearsal 1.30-4.30pm. Performance open to all from 7pm. Audience £6.Details email@example.com or 01208 872119 (evenings).
Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Riverside Mill: Illustrated talk by Jem Southam, Thursday 6.30pm.
Abbey: West Devon Chorale will give a programme of French Choral Music on Saturday at 7.15pm. Unsold tickets on the door at £10 on the night. In advance 01752 776479 or from the Abbey shop.
River: Raft Race from Buckfastleigh to Totnes on Sunday at 9am.
Parkhouse Centre: Launceston & District Cats Protection Autumn Fayre. Saturday 10am-noon.
Parkhouse Centre: Bude Flower club, Tuesday 2.30pm. All welcome.
Village Hall: Bingo every Monday, 7.30pm.
Methodist Church: Callington Brotherhood’s 88th Anniversary Concert given by Mevagissey Male Voice Choir. Saturday 7.30pm. Proceeds for RNLI.
Bowling Club: Bingo session in aid of Stand Up for Cancer in association with Cancer Research UK. Wednesday 7.30pm.
Westpoint: Joules big clothing sale. Sat-Sun.
Poltimore House, Old Stables: Poltimore Village Apple Day Saturday 10am-4pm. Bring your own apples and press your own juice.
Poltimore House: Chapel and Grounds, take a stroll. Refreshments in the Chapel. Dogs welcome on leads. Free Entry. Sunday 12-4pm.
New Theatre: New Writing for the four year running plays written by members of the writing workshops. Tickets £6. Wed-Sat 7.30pm.
Various venues: Fal River Autumn Walking Festival. Until November 4. Details www.falriver.co.uk/walkingfestival
Somerset Rural Life Museum, Abbey Farm: Group of textile artists will be exhibiting their works including Alicia Merrett. Running until Dec 15.
Village Hall: Table top/car boot sale. Wednesday 10am-2pm.
Church: Harvest service Saturday 11am and another at 6pm; on Monday usual sale of produce followed by supper at 7pm.
Village Hall: Jumble Sale. Proceeds St Johns Church. Saturday 2pm.
Lukesland Gardens: Illustrated 150th anniversary talk by John Howell owner of Lukesland House. £10 incl refreshments. proceeds for St Luke’s Hospice. Booking essential 01752 691749. Thursday 7.30pm.
Harbour House: Blue Open Art Exhibtion. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. Oct 20-Nov 10.
Eagle House Hotel: Friends of Lawrence House Museum, illustrated talk by Dr Tom Greeves on Josephine Browne: a Victorian watercolourist of Tavistock and East and North Cornwall. All welcome. Entry £5 inc refreshments. Thursday 7.30pm.
The Community Centre: Antiques and Collectors Market. Friday 11am-3pm.
Church: Village Hall: Annual Autumn Quiz night Saturday 7.30pm. Ring 01208 831145 to book a table. Cost £4 incl pasty supper.
Church: Harvest service , Sunday 11am, followed by faith lunch at the back of the church.
Village Hall: Okehampton Sequence Dance Club. £1.50 per person. Beginners welcome. Wednesday 8pm-10.30pm.
Tremayne Hall: Coffee morning. Saturday 10am-12.30pm. RNLI souvenirs, Christmas cards etc.
The Avenue Church Hall: Newton Abbot Beekeepers Association Stalls, activities etc. Saturday 2-4pm.
Okement Centre: Devonshire Association talk on Roads and Bridges of Dartmoor by Paul Rendell. Thursday 7pm.
Village Hall: Otterton Garden Club talk by Philip Brind on “The last Horse Drawn Bargeman in the Westcountry”. Free to members, visitors welcome £2.50. Tuesday 7.30pm.
St Aubyn Arms: Praze Christmas Lights 2012 Harvest Auction. Friday 8.30pm. Donations of your garden produce, home backing, preserves etc would be appreciated. All welcome.
RBL Club, Crownhill: Plymouth Jazz Club present Steve Graham’s New Orleans Band Sunday 7.30pm.
City Museum and Art Gallery: New Light on Newlyn exhibition. Until January 12.
Plymouth Athenaeum: Polytopes from Pythagoras to Escher with Father Gregory Carpenter. Thursday 2pm and 7.30pm.
Theatre Royal: First ever UK tour Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap Diamond Anniversary Tour. Mon-Sat.
parish Church: Gala Concert by Mousehole Male Voice Choir in aid of church windows restoration fund. Programme at door £6. All welcome. Sunday 7.30pm.
Village Hall: Whist Drive each Tuesday at 7.30pm.
Costa Coffee: Sidmouth Science Festival – Tuesday – Cafe’ Scientifique: Critical Thinking talk, 3pm; Wednesday – Sidmouth’s Micro Climate, Manor Pavilion Theatre 2.30pm, Open Evening hands on at the Norman Lockyer Observatory 7.30pm; Thursday – Evolution and the origins of morality talk at Twyford House 2.30pm, Beer to Beyond talk at Kennaway House, 7.30pm; plus Friday, Saturday and Sunday various meetings and venues.
Church House: CanzArt ‘Making our Marks’ public exhibition. Oct 20-28.
Parish Hall: Jumble Sale. Saturday 10.30am.
Mt Charles Social Club: RAF Assocition monthly lunch meeting for members and supporters. Thursday 12.30pm.
Market House: Village Hall: Old Cornwall Society meet with Mike Ripley who will be talking about the Market House. All welcome. Thursday 7.30pm.
Claytalc: St Denys Old Cornwall Society meet with speaker Mr Simon Margetts on Cornish Place Names. All welcome. Monday 7.30pm.
Church Hall: Whist Drive, Tuesday 7.30pm.
St James the Great Church: Harvest Thanksgiving and Songs of Praise with Roscarrock Revival etc followed by Harvest Supper. Sunday from 6pm.
St James the Great Church: St Kew Womens Institute’s 90th Birthday Celebration concert with Port Isaac Chorale and The Seriously Aweful Sinfonia. £4 incl interval refreshments. Monday 7.30pm.
Church: An Evening of Music with Camelford Town Band. Tickets £5 on the door. Thursday 7.30pm.
Tavy Club, King Street: Volunteer group Tidy Tavi quiz evening. Friday 7pm. £3 per person incl buffet supper.To book tickts firstname.lastname@example.org or from the Tavy Club.
Carlton Theatre: Double Death a thriller by Simon Williams. Wed-Sat. Details 01626 778991.
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Community Centre: Autojumble/Collectors Fair. Sunday 9am-1pm. Stalls/details 01872 273827 or 01872 240560. Raising funds for charity.
Parish Hall: HMS Pinafore in concert by the Plymouth Gilbert and Sullivan Fellowship. Tickets £10 from 01548 561215. Saturday 7.30pm.
Social Hall: Tintagel Churches Together Barn Dance. Saturday 7pm. Adults £5 under 12 free incl Cornish supper.
Church: Service, pasty or salad supper, sale of produce. Monday 7pm.
Babbacombe Theatre: Stephen K Amos. Comedian. Friday 8pm.
Princess Theatre: Spirit of the Dance. Friday 7.30pm; Marty Wilde’s Rock ’n’ Roll Party, Saturday 7.30pm.
Civic Hall: In your own skin project, fundraiser dance and gig. Details www.inyourownskin.org. Thurs 7.30pm. £15 on the door. £10 in advance.
Methodist Church Hall: Club Night. Admission £2. Thursday.
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Methodist Church: Concert to be given by The Men’s Forum from Okehampton. Thursday 7.30pm.
Village Hall: Richard Monks from Somerset will present a concert of all types of electronic organ music for St Austell Organ & Keyboard Club. Non-members £6.50, all very welcome. Wheelchair access. Wednesday 7.30pm.
Cathedral: Christopher Gray the final lunchtime organ recital of the 2012 series. Friday 1.10pm; Three Spires singers concert. Saturday 7.30pm.
Hall for Cornwall: Mark Watson, comedian, Monday 8pm; Kevin Bloody Wilson, Sun 8pm..
Hall for Cornwall: Truro Country Market. Tuesday 9.15-3pm.
Coldharbour Mill: Illustrated talk by Julian Fox “From Cottage to Factory” Wednesday 7 for 7.30pm. Admission £6 incl a buffet supper.
Shuttleworth Hall, Egloshayle: Fun quiz run by the Parish of St Breoke and Egloshayle in Wadebridge. Teams of up to six, admission £4 per person incl pasty supper and nibbles. Bring your own wine and glasses if you wish. Details 01208 813612. Saturday 7.30pm.
Methodist Church Hall: Exmouth Folk Dance Club with Jane Thomas. Thursday 8pm.