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Monday 1 July
 
Regular events 1st Monday
Tuesday 2 July

World Unlimited - Chance McCoy
St Mary's Parish Church, Kingskerswell TQ12 5LD
Doors 7.00pm
Tickets £12.50+ advance from WeGotTickets Go to website for more information, telephone 01803 875527 or email
Chance McCoy is a Grammy winning Indie Folk musician from West Virginia. After receiving a grant to study with old master musicians from the Appalachian Mountains, he went on to win the Fiddle, Banjo and Dulcimer championships in his home state. In 2012 Chance was living in a run down cabin when a cold call from Old Crow Medicine Show landed him an invite to join the legendary Americana band of ‘Wagon Wheel’ fame.

 

World Unlimited is a voluntary not-for-profit organisation. Telephone 01803 875527 or email
Originally based in Birmingham, WU now regularly promotes concerts in South Devon. Go to website for more information

Regular events 1st Tuesday
DANCE - Isca Allemanders Square Dance Club
DANCE - Fraddon Folk Dance Club (Cornwall)
Wednesday 3 July
 
Regular events 1st Wednesday
DANCE - Gittisham Folk Dance Club - Pair of Shears - Gill Spence
DANCE - Halsway Folk Dance Club Bicknoller Village Hall Simon Maplesden - Quantock Quarenders
Thursday 4 July
 
Friday 5 July
Michelle Lewis - Support: Greg Hancock.
Bridge Inn, Topsham, Exeter EX3 0QQ
Doors
tickets £10.00+ from WeGotTickets
More polished than folk and more personal than pop, Michelle writes intensely visual songs with a gut punch of emotion. She explores life’s defining moments. Her lyrics find beauty in sadness, her music is rich with melody. Intimate folk lyrics wash over a whirlpool of lush production. Guided by her musical influences — Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Patty Griffin, and Jewel among others — Michelle’s style is truly her own. With hypnotic finger-style guitar melodies she moves swiftly and lightly over the guitar, an exacting technique applying all five fingers to plucking patterns that build immersive melodies. Her live shows contain an astonishing lack of strumming. www.michellelewismusic.com. Support: Greg Hancock.
Louis Thorne Trio
B-Bar, Barbican Theatre, Castle Street, The Barbican, Plymouth PL1 2NJ
9.00pm
Admission £3.00
Telephone 01752 242021 or visit website or FaceBook for more information
A Cornish based musician, playing a fun new style of indie folk. Soulful tones and rustic sounds with easy to listen to uplifting lyrics.
Jim Causley - ‘Traditional Songs of Devon’
The Plough@TheGeorge, The George Hotel, 1 Broad Street, South Molton EX36 3AB
8.00pm
Tickets Full £120.00 - Supporter £10.00. To reserve tickets telephone the Box Office on 01805 624624. To purchase tickets and more information visit website

A proud Devonian, Jim Causley has dedicated much of his career to researching and reviving the forgotten gems of songs from his native western peninsula.

Drawing from the collections of Victorian folksong collectors such as Sabine Baring-Gould and Cecil Sharp as well as more modern collectors and writers including Cyril Tawney and Tony Rose, living singers as well as a few of his own self-penned hits, Jim presents an evening jam-packed with Devonshire delights that richly bring to life the distinct flavour of music-making from this unique corner of the British Isles. From Arscott of Tetcott to Widecombe Fair and everything in between, this show is a thoroughly enjoyable introduction to Devon’s rich musical culture.

More than simply a folk-singer, multi award winning singer-songwriter and musician Jim Causley is an all-round entertainer and during the past decade Causley has been nominated no less than six times for a BBC Radio 2 Folk Award, last year he was nominated as “Singer of the Year” at the 2017 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, he won the Spiral Earth Singer of the Year award in 2014, presented his own folk music show on BBC Radio Devon and in 2015 he worked with BBC TV historian Dr Sam Willis to create the music for his show 'Highwaymen, Outlaws and Villains' and was asked to perform his song about Dartmoor tin mining 'Pride of the Moor' on BBC TV's Countryfile - Dartmoor Special. 2017 was also the centenary of Jim’s relative; the celebrated Cornish poet Charles Causley and award winning filmmaker Jane Darke made a specially commissioned biographical film about the poet which aired on BBC4 TV on 1st October as part of the Centenary celebrations. The soundtrack to the film was composed entirely by Jim and featured music from his 2013 album ‘Cyprus Well’ of musical settings of Charles’ work.

Since the release of his debut album in 2005, Causley’s unique voice and persona have helped him become one of the most well-loved and respected figures of today’s contemporary roots and folk scene. A prolific collaborator, Causley is hugely admired for his work with iconic groups The Devil’s Interval and Mawkin:Causley as well as playing, touring and recording alongside Waterson:Carthy, John McCusker, Eddie Reader, Graham Coxson, Shirley Collins, Michael Morpurgo, Show of Hands, Kate Rusby, David Rotheray of Beautiful South fame and many more. He was described by Mojo Magazine as “the finest singer of his generation” and they put Forgotten Kingdom in their Top Ten Folk Albums of 2016 list. Westcountry father of folk Geoff Lakeman described Causley as possessing “A voice in a million” in a recent interview in the Western Morning News, some accolade indeed!

 

Saturday 6 July
SHORE TO SHORE Folk Music from Newfoundland and England’s Westcountry

Torbay Inclusion Festival
Torre Abbey, The King's Drive, Torquay TQ2 5JE  
Early Afternoon performance
Enquiries Telephone 01803 293593

‘Shore to Shore’ is a concert tour given by Newfoundland’s Jim Payne and Devon’s Paul Wilson and Marilyn Tucker of Wren Music - Hearty choruses, story song and ballads and foot tapping instrumentals featuring the fast driving tunes of Newfoundland and their rhythmic English cousins. Guitars, Accordions, 4-stop melodeons, strong vocal harmonies and much more.

Together the performers will be exploring songs they have shared for over thirty years - songs that demonstrate the cultural and musical links between the county of Devon and the former Dominion of Newfoundland. Many people in Newfoundland, who took the Devon songs with them, can trace their ancestry to Devon. In this series, the three performers compare and contrast various versions from both sides of the Atlantic.   

The three performers are also experienced workshop leaders and music educators and can offer talks or practical workshops as supplements to the main concert.

From the chair of The Devonshire Association following the 2017 ‘Shore To Shore’ tour

“Most memorable of all was the way in which Marilyn, Paul and Jim's music threaded its way through everything - I have been playing 'From Shore to Shore' whenever I want to recall the genuine happiness that permeated our celebrations.  How wonderful to have given such riches to so many; we are all in your debt.” Peter Beacham

South Brent Folk Day
Sunday 7 July
"The Truth About Love"
St John's Church, Bridgetown, Totnes TQ9 5AD
5.00pm
Tickets £10.00 advance email, £12.00 door, U16 free. All proceeds Rowcroft Hospice.
A concert of songs about love, ranging from the really popular classical arias and musicals to lighter, comical pieces with a sprinkling of folk/Celtic songs - featuring international opera stars Alison Kettlewell from Devon and Louise Walsh from London who has played the lead role in many operas and starred in Phantom of the Opera in the West End who have very generously agreed to give time and talent to charity, together with pianist Joyce Clark, Tom Morris (tenor) and close harmony quartet DCHQ who sing a selection varying from American and Welsh folk, to blues, to Elvis!
Regular events 1st Sunday
SONG - Topsham Folk Song Club - Ryan Young
Matthews Hall, Topsham EX3 0HF
8.00pm
£10.00(+) adv/£12.00 door, tickets available online at WeGotTickets or at Sunday night folk evenings at the Globe, Topsham. All enquiries telephone 01392 875332.
Ryan Young, who is a young fiddle player from Scotland, has exploded onto the tradititional scene in the last 18 months - one of a ‘new wave’ of young players bringing fresh and inventive ideas to traditional Scottish music. Ryan focuses mainly on Scottish music, bringing new life to very old, often forgotten tunes by playing them in his own unique way. He is accompanied here by Jenn Butterworth on guitar.
SONG - Folk on the Moor - Trials of Cato
Westward Inn, Lee Mill, Ivybridge PL21 9EE
7.45pm
£12.00 - Book by email
Dubbed "a real discovery on the folk circuit in recent times" by Radio 2's Mark Radcliffe, this 3 piece band formed whilst living in Beirut, although they hail from Yorkshire and N Wales. With guitar, mandolin, banjo, bouzouki and vocals, their music has traditional roots but they have evolved thier own distinctive sound and energetic performance style.
Monday 8 July
 
Regular events 2nd Monday
STORYTELLING - South Devon Storytellers
Tuesday 9 July
 
Regular events 2nd Tuesday
DANCE - Isca Allemanders Square Dance Club
MUSIC - Bradninch Acoustic Music Club
Wednesday 10 July

The Beehive Acoustic Café
The Beehive Arts Centre, Dowell Street, Honiton, EX14 1LZ
8.00pm
Free entry
A supportive open mic session in the Beehive bar with host and guitarist Terry Stacey. Come along to listen or to play.

Regular events 2nd Wednesday
DANCE - Gittisham Folk Dance Club - Jigs for Gigs - Simon Maplesden
Thursday 11 July
Eve Selis
Otterton Mill, Otterton, nr Budleigh Salterton, Devon, EX9 7HG
Tickets £15.00 (price covers the music only).
Pre-booking required. Food served 6.00pm to 7.30pm, music starts at 8.00pm. To book, telephone 01395 568521 - website
Eve’s previous visits to the Mill have brought the house down! San Diegobased Eve converts country, R&B, blues, folk and rock ’n’roll into a musical force that stops you in your tracks. This gifted writer and electrifying singer has been likened to Bonnie Raitt, Joan Osborne and Melissa Etheridge, and numbers Bob Harris among her fans – “One of the best shows I’ve ever seen in the UK”.
Regular events 2nd Thursday
DANCE - Crewkerne Folk Dance Club (Somerset)
DANCE - Newton Poppleford American Square Dance Basic and Mainstream levels
MUSIC - Brixham Blues - BB2

SONG - Totnes Folk Song Club - Mark Bazeley & Crew ‘Moor Music’
Dartmouth Inn, The Plains, Totnes, TQ9 5EL
8.00pm

SONG - Wadebridge Folk Club - Rob Barratt (Comic Poet & Entertainer)
Friday 12 July

Gigspanner Big Band
Plough Arts Centre, Gt. Torrington EX38 8HQ
8.00pm
Tickets Full £22.00 - Supporter £20.00  
To reserve tickets telephone the Box Office on 01805 624624. To purchase tickets and more information visit website
BBC folk winners Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin join forces with Peter Knight’s Gigspanner. Taking self-penned material along with music rooted in the British Isles and beyond, with the flick of a bow, a finely chosen chord or slip of a beat, they produce richly atmospheric arrangements “with notes seemingly plucked from the stars and rhythms from the equator”.

 

Contra (American Barn) Dance Caller - Jeremy Child. Band - to be confirmed
The Kenn Centre, Exeter Road, Kennford, Exeter EX6 7UE
7.30pm - . A monthly series of Contra Dances. 7.30-10.00pm.
Cost £5.00 per person. Beginners welcome. Tea, coffee and biscuits available free of charge, but no bar. Further details at website
Saturday 13 July

(Folk) Rock N Soul Night
Abbotskerswell Village Hall, Slade Lane, nr Newton Abbot TQ12 5YF
7.30pm
Tickets £10.00 from Lis on 07798 771046, or from Central Stores in Abbotskerswell, Bishopsteignton Stores and Ring of Bells in Bishopsteignton. Buy online and/or read lots more about this local heart transplant story.
A benefit evening for Eliza's Let The Beat Drop. Join us for a fabulous evening of music and laughter with family and friends, to celebrate life and help Eliza's Fundraising Campaign! Enjoy the lively 5 piece folk/rock band Mother's Ruin, who always bring a fun vibe with their roots/rockabilly renditions, and dance the night away to the superb sounds of The Bishopsteignton Commitments, a fantastic 13 piece soul band who deliver everything with magnificent panache. Bar, light refreshments, raffle.

Maddy and the Chaps
Snooky Fest, Dawlish Warren
All day
Country, Folk and Celtic Sounds

The return of the Sailing Club's Rear Admiral, non other than the celebrated Steve Knightley as part of his 'Roadworks' tour
St Pancras Church in the heart of Widecombe village
Doors 7.00pm start 7.30pm.
Tickets £18.00. Tickets available from Daf Edwards email or telephone 07957 280129 or visit the Widecombe Sailing Club website.
There will be a pay bar. The church is known as The Cathedral of the Moor due to its excessive size for such a small village. Surrounded by moorland hills and facing a rising moon, on a midsummer evening the atmosphere is magical. No dinner option this time but The Old Inn is just across the road and open all afternoon and evening. Telephone 01364 621207 if you would like to book a table.

Steve  returns to Widecombe to present 'Roadworks'– a show which builds on the success of his sell-out 2018 tour of The Cafe on the Green*: 'Songs and Stories'. This stripped-back, one-man show that’s infused with wit, warmth and alchemy.

 

Ninebarrow in concert with Glorious Chorus
St John's Church, 26 Bridgetown, Totnes TQ9 5AD
7.30pm
Price £12.0010.00 concessions. Concession price applies to Students, Under 18’s, OAPs and unemployment/disability claimants. For tickets and more information go to website

Hungrytown
The Plough@TheGeorge, The George Hotel, 1 Broad Street, South Molton EX36 3AB
8.00pm
Tickets Full £12.00 - Supporter £10.00. To reserve tickets telephone the Box Office on 01805 624624. To purchase tickets and more information visit website
Folk-Americana duo Hungrytown are Vermonters Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson. These favourites of the UK acoustic touring circuit have travelled extensively internationally and are known for their exceptional songwriting, singing, harmonizing and performing talents.

 

The Lost Sound with Chris Hoban - Loving Folk
Matthews Hall, Fore Street, Topsham, EX3 0HF
7.30pm
Tickets £8:50 in advance and £10.00 on the door. Tickets from Eventbrite or email.

We're delighted to have Chris Hoban back as our special guest. He is a superb composer and arranger - especially for voices and we love his work. Chris will sing his own set of beautifully penned songs - including some new ones.

We have a set of fabulous tunes that are filled with love, joy, insight and fun. With some big choral blues with pounding rhythms to the stunning simplicity of a Northumbrian song, for 3 voices. We have a programme that will hopefull satisfy all your folky longings!

 

DANCE - Willand Folk Dance Club - Frances Oates and Jovial Crew 
Willand Village Hall, Gables Road, Willand, Cullompton, Devon EX15 2PL
8.00pm
Admission £8.00 - bring and share supper - raffle.
For more information please telephone Marilyn Broom 01404 47200 or Zena Roberts 01884 253546 - or visit website
Regular events 2nd Saturday
SONG - Open night Shammick Acoustic
Sunday 14 July

World Unlimited - Wille & The Bandits
St Mary's Parish Church, Kingskerswell TQ12 5LD
Doors 7.00pm
Tickets £12.00+ advance from WeGotTickets Go to website for more information, telephone 01803 875527 or email
An acoustic evening with Wille & The Bandits. “Wille and the Bandits are taking roots music to a new level” Rootstime Magazine. Wille and the Bandits’ music covers a wide range of genres from Folk and World music to Blues and Rock. With the versatility of Wille’s lap steel and guitar playing, the rhythmic diversity of percussionist Andrew Naumann and the sonic range of Matt’s Upright bass and six string electric bass, they always keep audiences guessing. Often likened to the greats of the 70’s such as Led Zeppelin, Santana and Pink Floyd, this comparison, although bold, only scrapes the surface of the Bands influences and sound.

 

World Unlimited is a voluntary not-for-profit organisation. Telephone 01803 875527 or email
Originally based in Birmingham, WU now regularly promotes concerts in South Devon. Go to website for more information

Tunelink TradFest
Ashburton Arts Centre, West Street, Ashburton TQ13 7DT
A day of traditional folk music and dance for all ages. Workshops, performances and sessions throughout the day.
Morning workshops 11.00am - 12.30pm - entry to all workshops: £10.00
Scandinavian Music - with Griselda Sanderson. Swedish and Norwegian repertoire for melody instruments.
Fretted Strings Group - with Louis Bingham. Celtic and old time music for mandolin, guitar, bouzouki, banjo etc.
Band with Song - with Phil Hogg. Learn and arrange a folk song together. Singers and players of all abilities welcome, bring your instrument if you have one.
Afternoon workshop 1.30-3.00pm - entry: £5.00
Circle Dancing - join the tutors and participants from Tunelink South West and learn traditional circle dances from Brittany, Cornwall and Guernsey. Social dancing for all.
Afternoon concert 4.00 - 6.00pm - Whinwhistle Hill - Tickets: £6/10/13 you choose
A dynamic new trio blending strong vocals with resonant instrumentation. Phil Hogg (piano) and Louis Bingham (cittern) combine their voices with the sympathetic strings of Griselda Sanderson (nyckelharpa & fiddle). With a mix of songs and instrumentals influenced by a number of traditions this trio takes you on winding journeys across oceans, along rivers and over high hills.
All day ticket: £20! (includes entry to 1 morning workshop, afternoon workshop and concert).book online at WeGotTickets
For all other enquiries email or telephone 07792 319809 or 01803 864286

Hungrytown
The Plough@StAnne's, Paternoster Row, Barnstaple EX31 1SX
8.00pm
Tickets Full £12.00 - Supporter £10.00. To reserve tickets telephone the Box Office on 01805 624624. To purchase tickets and more information visit website

Folk-Americana duo Hungrytown are Vermonters Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson. These favourites of the UK acoustic touring circuit have travelled extensively internationally and are known for their exceptional songwriting, singing, harmonizing and performing talents.

 

Gigspanner Big Band
Calstock Arts, The Old Chapel, Sand Lane, Calstock PL18 9QX
Doors and bar 7.00pm - start 8.00pm
Tickets: £20.00 advance, £21.00 door, £1.00 reduction for Friends of Calstock Arts, £10 under 18s. Go to website for more information and tickets or telephone 01726 879500

Two of our most popular bands come together for one exceptional performance. Gigspanner, formed by multi-award winning fiddle player Peter Knight (ex-Steeleye Span), has established a reputation as one of the most genuinely ground-breaking forces on the British folk scene.

BBC Folk Award winners (Best Duo), Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin are also well known at Calstock Arts. Their appearances together as the Gigspanner Big Band are a rare, but highly sought after affair, thanks to performances of dazzling musicianship and arresting on stage chemistry.

Taking self-penned material along with music rooted in the British Isles and beyond, with the flick of a bow, a finely chosen chord or slip of a beat, they produce richly atmospheric arrangements layered within a wealth of subliminal musical influences.

Regular events 2nd Sunday
Monday 15 July
 
Regular events 3rd Monday
Tuesday 16 July
Folk Singaround @ The Royal Oak Nadderwater
The Royal Oak, Nadderwater, Whitestone, Exeter EX4 2JH Contact Tracey 01392272352 for more information
8.00pm
Don Gallardo New Album Tour
Barbican Theatre, Castle Street, The Barbican, Plymouth PL1 2NJ
Doors 7.30pm. Start 8.00pm
Tickets £12.50 £14.00 on the door. Tickets are available from the B-Bar in person (daily from 11am) via the Barbican Theatre website or telephone 01752 242021.

From the foot of Mount Tamalpais, just north of San Francisco and east of the Pacific shore, to East Nashville’s stubbornly independent community of young artists and musicians, singer-songwriter Don Gallardo’s path has always steered clear of the mainstream. Traces of his journey illuminate his newest album. Begin with its title, Still Here, an assertion that he has learned from life and expressed its lessons in songs.

Still Here leaves us with the knowledge that Gallardo touches us as few artists of our time can do. To longtime listeners, this is hardly news. But Still Here represents something new for Gallardo, a corner turned and a step taken upward toward a new level of creativity. “On every record I’ve released until now, I’ve written everything on my own except for a song here or there,” he says. “For this one, I wanted to step out of that box.”

So, all but two songs on Still Here were by Gallardo and a co-writer. Significantly, each is as personal as anything else in his catalogue. “I didn’t change much in the way I approached these
songs,” he points out. “What changed was the way I approach a melody. I wanted to sing melodies that weren’t like the ones I normally write. I did this to become a better singer. So I reached out to some songwriters I really like.”

With his writing and performing partners, Gallardo achieved something rare with Still Here: a perfect flow of diverse stories into a single emotional statement.

​In addition to catching one of his live shows, fans can hear Gallardo’s music prominently featured in fi the television series “The Vampire Diaries,” ABC / CMT’s “Nashville,” and Netflix series “The Ranch.

 

Wednesday 17 July
 
Regular events 3rd Wednesday
DANCE - Halsway Folk Dance Club Bicknoller Village Hall Jane Thomas - Chris Toyne
DANCE - Gittisham Folk Dance Club - The Willow Band - Aileen Wills
OPEN MIC - Blues Night at the Oystercatcher’s  Cafe
Thursday 18 July
Trade Roots
Plough Arts Centre, Gt. Torrington EX38 8HQ
7.30pm
Tickets £8.00   
To reserve tickets telephone the Box Office on 01805 624624. To purchase tickets and more information visit website Join Wren Music’s North Devon Folk Orchestra & Choir on a musical journey across the sea. Discover the fascinating history of Bideford’s trade links through songs, music, stories & images that stir the imagination and evoke times past. Trade Roots is inspired by Maggie Curtis’ ceramic trade maps and Maggie will launch her book ‘Trade Maps’ at the event.
Friday 19 July
Chagstock Festival
Regular events 3rd Friday
DANCE - Newton Poppleford American Square Dance Plus level
South West Shape Note - Mulberry House Third Friday Singing Cullompton
Saturday 20 July

James Hickman and Dan Cassidy
The Alice Cross Centre, 1 -3 Bitton Park Road, Teignmouth, TQ14 9BT
8.00pm
Admission £10.00. For information and to reserve seats contact Hugh telephone 01626 775517 or email
This virtuoso duo create a unique sound that flows from the connection between British and American folk, bursting with all the humour, heartbreak and excitement of these genres. James Hickman's emotive vocals, driving guitar and lively English wit are complemented by Dan Cassidy's virtuosic fiddling, bone-dry irony and American drawl. Dan Cassidy (brother of the late Eva Cassidy) grew up in Maryland, but is now based in Iceland. James Hickman grew up in Shropshire on a diet of folk and bluegrass, and now tours internationally with Uiscedwr. Previous winners of the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award, expect a dynamic and unforgettable transatlantic journey from these rising stars.


Chagstock Festival
Sunday 21 July
Maddy and the Chaps
Ashcoombe Village Fete
From 1.00pm
Country, Folk and Celtic Sounds
Regular events 3rd Sunday
SONG - Topsham Folk Song Club - FREE feature spot. An hour with Paul Downes and Warwick Downes joining
forces with concertina supremo Martyn Bradley.
The Globe Hotel, Fore Street, Topsham EX3 0HR
8.00pm
SONG - Folk on the Moor - Reg Meuross
Westward Inn, Lee Mill, Ivybridge PL21 9EE
7.45pm
Book by email
Monday 22 July
 
Regular events 4th Monday
Tuesday 23 July
 
Regular events 4th Tuesday
DANCE - Isca Allemanders Square Dance Club
SONG - Shape Note Singing in Ipplepen
Wednesday 24 July
 
Regular events 4th Wednesday
DANCE - Gittisham Folk Dance Club - Chris Toyne - Colin Andrews     
SONG - Lympstone Folk, Roots and Acoustic
Thursday 25 July
Tipitina
Otterton Mill, Otterton, nr Budleigh Salterton, Devon, EX9 7HG
Tickets £15.00 (price covers the music only).
Pre-booking required. Food served 6.00pm to 7.30pm, music starts at 8.00pm. To book, telephone 01395 568521 - website
Regular events 4th Thursday
DANCE - Crewkerne Folk Dance Club (Somerset)
DANCE - Newton Poppleford American Square Dance Basic and Mainstream levels
SONG - Teignmouth Folk Club - Five Finger Eddie
Friday 26 July
 
Saturday 27 July
 
Regular events 4th Saturday

SONG - Shammick Acoustic - Helen North

Tickets are £9.00 if bought in advance through WeGotTickets or, if you’re in Combe Martin, at The Pack o’ Cards or Pets’ Pantry, both in High Street, or for £10.00 at the door (with a £2.00 discount for members of Shammick Acoustic).  They may also be reserved by ringing Tom & Barbara Brown on 01271 882366.
Sunday 28 July
 
Regular events 4th Sunday
SONG - Folk on the Moor Book by email
Monday 29 July
 
Regular events 5th Monday
Tuesday 30 July
 
Regular events 5th Tuesday
DANCE - Isca Allemanders Square Dance Club
SONG - Exmouth Folk Club Cancelled this month
Wednesday 31 July