Events Around Bideford

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More details - The Floyd Effect - The Pink Floyd Tribute Show
The Wall Around The Moon tour 2019 Forty years after its release, The Wall (1979) remains a classic of the genre, and the band will be spotlighting this together with a complete, unbroken performance of the iconic Dark Side Of The Moon (1973) – two albums that between them have sold 75 million copies
Tavistock Wharf, Canal Rd, Tavistock
Sat 12 Oct 19

More details - The Robey Trust
Heritage Open Day: A demonstration of working steam-engines and other heritage machinery manufactured by the firm of Robey and Co. Ltd. Robey and Co. Ltd. was an engineering company which was important in British industrial heritage for 150 years; it ceased trading in 1983.
1 Parade Business Park, Pixon Lane, Tavistock

More details - Plymouth Road Cemetery, Tavistock
Heritage Open Day: Join Alex Mettler for a guided walk around the grounds and buildings of the Plymouth Road Cemetery.
Tavistock Town Cemetery, Plymouth Road, Tavistock

More details - The Vale of Avalon/ Arthurian Centre
Heritage Open Day: On the traditional site of Camlann, King Arthur’s last battle. 16 acres to explore - woodland and riverside walks ( River Camel). 6th century memorial, 13th century village ruin, 18th century garden and more. Play area, licensed tea room and shop.
The Vale of Avalon/ Arthurian Centre, Slaughter Bridge, Camelford

More details - Halloween Fun!
Come and celebrate Halloween at Becky Falls. As always, we will have our famous pumpkin carving and special effects scary scars. So, come and enjoy our wonderful woodland walks and we dare you to come to our “Animal Encounters of the Scary Kind” show, where you can meet (and touch!
Becky Falls, Manaton, Newton Abbot
Sat 19 Oct 19 to Sun 27 Oct

More details - Divertimento String Quartet concert
Divertimento String Quartet are returning to their favourite venues this Autumn with a new series of fascinating concerts.
Lustleigh Village Hall, Lustleigh, Devon
Sat 5 Oct 19

More details - Dunster Castle,Gardens and Working Watermill
Heritage Open Day: From fortress to family home visit the castle to see how over 1000 years it changed from a defensive structure to comfortable family home. Wander the 14 acres of garden and see planting from around the world including subtropical and mediterranean.
Dunster Castle, Dunster, Minehead

More details - Bleak House
Returning to the UK stage 12 years after the award-winning success of Gormenghast, the reformed David Glass Ensemble present their breath-taking physical adaptation of Bleak House by international master theatre maker David Glass.
Exeter Northcott
Tue 15 Oct 19 and Wed 16 Oct

More details - St Michael's & All Angels' Church
Heritage Open Day: This magnificent Victorian Church consecrated in 1868, intended as an almshouse chapel, but built on the scale of a cathedral at the expense of William Gibbs of Tyntesfield. Superb carvings, furnishings, stained glass and wonderful acoustics.
St. Michaels & All Angels Church, Mount Dinham, Exeter

More details - St Andrews Church, Calstock in the Tamar  Valley
Heritage Open Day: St Andrews Church Calstock is situated in the beautiful Tamar Valley . It’s history was created by the many people who lived and worked in the surrounding area over many centuries. Come and visit us to find out how they shaped our history.
St Andrews Church, Calstock, Callington

More details - Two Moors Festival
Running from the 11th-20th October, the prestigious Two Moors Festival is now in its 19th year and with an incredible line up of nationally renowned artists, unmissable music and breath-taking venues spread across both Exmoor and Dartmoor, the classical music festival is a must see.
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen St, Exeter
Fri 11 Oct 19 to Sun 20 Oct

More details - St Nicholas Priory: Heritage Haiku
Heritage Open Day: Meet Poet Sara-Jane Arbury write your own Heritage Haiku Throughout Heritage Open Days sites have been offering visitors the chance to write a Heritage Haiku. Encouraging people of all ages and backgrounds to express and share their feelings about Exeter’s heritage in the form of a Haiku poem.
St. Nicholas Priory, The Mint, Exeter

More details - Exeter Synagogue
Heritage Open Day: Visitors can visit the historic Exeter Synagogue First opened in 1763, the third oldest Synagogue in the UK. This small synagogue is traditional in style and visitors can enjoy the characteristics of a Georgian building.
Synagogue Place, Mary Arches Street, Exeter

More details - Tuckers Hall
Heritage Open Day: 17th century hall with oak panelling and original wagon roof. Talks throughout the day. The only surviving trades guild in Exeter, home of Exeter’s guild of ’Weavers, Fullers and Shearmen’. Inside see oak panelled walls dating from the 17th century and the original fine wagon roof.
140 Fore Street, Exeter

More details - Exeter Guildhall
Heritage Open Day: A fun family-friendly experience and a chance to see behind the scenes of one of Exeter’s hidden gems! Also to discover artefacts significant to Exeter during WW2. Walked past the Guildhall and never ventured in? Here’s your chance, Exeter Guildhall is taking part in Heritage Weekend!
High Street, Exeter

More details - Evening of Mediumship - Exeter
Evening of Mediumship with Nikki Kitt Exeter Corn exchange Psychic Medium Nikki Kitt is a Spiritualist Medium who is currently touring the UK with her successful Psychic / Mediumship Evenings.
Exeter Corn Exchange Market Street Exeter
Sun 13 Oct 19

More details - EXETER - Evening of Mediumship with Steve Holbrook
I am mainly clairaudient – in other words, instead of seeing any kind of visual imagery I hear voices, which are sometimes in my head and sometimes as if a person is standing next to me whispering in my ear.
Exeter Spritualist Centre, York Road, Exeter, Devon.
Sat 5 Oct 19

More details - Exeter Custom House: Heritage Haiku
Heritage Open Day: Meet Poet Sara-Jane Arbury and write your own Heritage Haiku Throughout Heritage Open Days sites have been offering visitors the chance to write a Heritage Haiku. Encouraging people of all ages and backgrounds to express and share their feelings about Exeter’s heritage in the form of a Haiku poem.
Custom House Vistor Centre, Custom House, The Quay, Exeter

More details - The Tina Turner Experience
This fully live energetic show charts the life and career of one of the worlds iconic performers. Full of hits like, ‘Private Dancer’, ‘Nutbush City Limits’, ‘Proud Mary’, ‘River Deep Mountain High’ and ‘Let’s Stay Together’, to name but a few, this show is the ultimate night out.
Barnfield Theatre
Fri 4 Oct 19

More details - 50th Anniversary Production - The Grand Duke
Join us for a special production for this special year. In this last and rarely performed collaboration of the famous duo, expect a stage filled with a galaxy of hilarious and finely drawn characters; fast moving action; plenty of humour and a wonderful range of music including many of the tried, trusted and...
The Barnfield Theatre, Barnfield Road, Exeter
Tue 8 Oct 19 to Sat 12 Oct

More details - Communicate
“I should have mentioned it before, my Mum, she, last year, she passed”. James is suffocated by his past. Heather is focusing on the nursery. Based on true events, this is one couple’s journey through bereavement, love, grief, pregnancy, superheroes and enforced pen maintenance.
Barnfield Theatre Barnfield Rd, Exeter
Fri 11 Oct 19

More details - Daphne du Maurier's 'Rebecca'
Our Star Theatre Company is thrilled to present its new production of Daphne du Maurier’s masterpiece, Rebecca, which conjures Cornish romance and theatrical magic. Following the mysterious death of his first wife, Maxim de Winter returns to Manderley with his young bride.
Barnfield Theatre Barnfield Rd, Exeter
Fri 18 Oct 19

More details - Cotehele - Apple festival at Cotehele
Join us as we celebrate the apple harvest at Cotehele. You’ll get to see the Victorian cider press in action; there’ll be tastings, displays, guided orchard tours, children’s activities and more.
Cotehele, St Dominick, near Saltash,

More details - Dissenter's Graveyard
Heritage Open Day: View the recently restored Exeter Dissenters Graveyard. ‘Dissenters’ was the term for a range of Protestant sects who broke away from or were expelled from the Anglican Church during and after the Civil War. This small graveyard accommodated perhaps 2,000 burials.
Magdalen Road, Exeter

More details - The Great War in Exeter
Tony Lethbridge will be giving a talk about what life was like in Exeter during the First World War.
Higher Cemetery, St Marks Avenue, Exeter.
Sun 13 Oct 19

Things to do in Bideford