The Lost Sound Chorus – 16/11/19 – Crediton Congregational Church

Who
The Lost Sound Chorus
When
Saturday, November 16, 2019
7:30pm - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
High Street
Crediton EX17 3LF
Other Info
The lost Sound Dartmoor Folk Choir sing traditional songs with contemporary arrangements in a unique style that has audiences captivated. Their partnership with Show of Hands has taken them to Exeter Cathedral, the Royal Albert Hall and more recently headlining the St Ives Folk Festival.
‘Totally different – utterly enchanting vibe’ BBC introducing.
‘Fabulous Choir- fantastic festival guests and a tremendous finale to our festival’. St Ives. Sept 2019
‘The gang are the real deal. If you are into choral singing they are an exciting and innovative bunch and their leader Sandra has a contemporary approach which makes people sit up and listen’. Geoffrey Lakeman.

Tickets £8.50, £10 on the door (if available). Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start.

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The 5.15 – 26/10/19

Who
The 5.15
When
Saturday, October 26, 2019
8:30pm - All Ages
Where
(map)
Other Info
The 5:15 are a young band full of energy and enthusiasm. They have a love of the music they are play, which is described as a tribute to Mod revival, New Wave and Northern Soul. The band are named after The Who song whose music they originally covered; they are also influenced by the Jam and The Small Faces but are writing their own music too. Guitarist and backing vocalist Luke Rice lives in Bow. Luke has been playing guitar since he was 6 years old… will soon be 18 and is about to enter 2nd year of his course at Exeter Academy of Music and Sound. The band are looking to produce an album in the near future. They often play Bristol, Dorset, Somerset and on Bank holiday Saturday they are playing the world renowned Scooter Festival on the Isle of Wight. Tickets are £8 (£10 on door). Under 16’s £5 (£7 on door).
Doors 8,30pm for 9am start.

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Saturday 16th November 2019

Crediton Congregational Church, High Street, EX17 3LF

The lost Sound Dartmoor Folk Choir sing traditional songs with contemporary arrangements in a unique style that has audiences captivated. Their partnership with Show of Hands has taken them to Exeter Cathedral, the Royal Albert Hall and more recently headlining the St Ives Folk Festival.

Totally different – utterly enchanting vibe’  BBC introducing. 

‘Fabulous Choir- fantastic festival guests and a tremendous finale to our festival’. St Ives. Sept 2019

‘The gang are the real deal. If you are into choral singing they are an exciting and innovative bunch and their leader Sandra has a contemporary approach which makes people sit up and listen’. Geoffrey Lakeman.

Tickets £8.50, £10 on the door (if available). Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm.

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Thomas Cameron by Candlelight – 19/07/19 – Heart of Devon

Who
Thomas Cameron by Candlelight
When
Friday, July 19, 2019
6:30pm - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
Bow Village Hall,
Station Road,
Bow
Devon, UK EX17 6HU
Other Info
Event taking place in St Petrock's Church at Clannabourough.

Set within the grounds of Clannaborough Barton Farm and on the Two Moors walk, St Petrock’s is one of only a few remaining Churches not to have electricity. This beautiful building will only accommodate an intimate audience (max 60).
One of two concerts being performed by Thomas Cameron at this venue on 19th /20th July. All profits going towards the Church Heating Fund.
Sadly, due to restrictions on site, there is no wheel chair access.

Doors 6pm for 6.30 start.
Tickets £14 (inc refreshment).

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Motown & Soul Evening – Heart of Devon

Who
Motown & Soul Evening
When
Saturday, June 15, 2019
9:00pm - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
Bow Village Hall,
Station Road,
Bow
Devon, UK EX17 6HU
Other Info
The incredibly talented soul diva Diane Shaw will be joined on stage with her backing singers and band. Diane’s credentials include two No 1 UK Soul Albums and appearing on the live grand final of ITV's ‘Stars in Their Eyes’. She has supported amongst others, George McCrae, Sister Sledge, Alexander O’Neal, The Stylistics, Martha Reeves & the Vandellas and most recently Tito Jackson. Her show will include old Motown favourites and modern day classics you can sing a long and dance the night away to.
This is a limited seating event (no reservations)

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Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar

Who
Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar
When
Friday, September 14, 2018
8:00pm
-
All Ages
Buy Tickets
Where
Bow Village Hall,
Station Road,
Bow
Devon, UK EX17 6HU
Other Info
Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar joined forces in 2011. Combining Russell’s powerful vocals and driving guitar style with Algar’s All-Ireland winning fiddle playing, the duo have become one of the most sought after acts on the British folk scene. In 2013 the pair won the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award before going on to win the Horizon Award for best breakthrough act from the same source in 2014. In 2015, they were nominated in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Best Duo category.

“folk at its very best” Maverick
“invigorating…infectious joy” Songlines
“Brimming with passion” FRUK

Doors Open 7.30pm

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The LAST Heart of Devon Festival – 16/06/18 – Heart of Devon

Who
The LAST Heart of Devon Festival
When
Saturday, June 16, 2018
2:00pm
-
All Ages
Where
Bow Village Hall,
Station Road,
Bow
Devon, UK EX17 6HU
Other Info
The 2018 Festival will be on Saturday 16th June, and we've arranged a great line up!

One of our main aims is to support the community and as in previous years we encourage local groups and charities to raise money on the day by offering space for stalls and activities for no charge. It is always nice to hear how much these good causes make and how much they enjoy the festival. If you would like a stall or have an idea for an activity for 2018 's festival, please let us know!

Sadly after much deliberation the Committee has decided to make 2018 the last Festival for the foreseeable future. It wasn’t an easy decision; we know how much the event means to many people. However, since 2009, the Festival has grown each year and is now beyond what our small group of volunteers can manage. This is not the end of the Heart Of Devon; we will be able to concentrate all our efforts on the smaller events we organise during the year.

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