Studio Theatre and Small Pond Productions present the North Devon premiere of Mack and Mabel in October 2010.
Ilfracombe in North Devon will be awash with maritime activities for all the family from Friday 10 to Sunday 12 September 2010 when the second SeaIlfracombe festival celebrates the town’s sea heritage from Iron Age origins to the present.
The sunsets over the past week have been remarkable . . .
From the very first note she sang it was clear that those of us lucky enough to be in the audience at the Plough Arts Centre, Torrington last night were about to experience two hours of the most sublime singing from Stacey Kent along with husband, composer, producer and saxophonist Jim Tomlinson and backed by … Read more
With all the gloomy news in the papers and on the television, I opened the North Devon Journal to find rays of light shining out from the pages this morning.
A new recipe and wonderfully delicious, we tried these new sausages from Mike Turton Family Butcher in Ilfracombe High Street.
t wouldn’t be Christmas in Ilfracombe without a festive show at the Landmark Theatre. After last year’s smash-hit production of The Vicar of Dibley, this year Small Pond Productions presents It’s Christmaaas
Sometimes it’s there, sometimes it isn’t: Lundy Island.
It wasn’t my fault. Someone else started talking about pies and the conversation moved on to plunge pies made by Mike Turton Family Butcher in Ilfracombe High Street.
Anyone who is involved in theatre will know what goes into producing a show, so it’s quite exciting when
ow, a lot of people criticise the Landmark Theatre, calling it a blot on the landscape or looking like a nuclear power station,
. . . up Hillsborough as another beautiful sunset develops over Ilfracombe . . .
It was a wonderful, dry evening and people lined the streets without coats as we waited for the 2008 Ilfracombe Carnival procession to leave Hillsborough.
Rescue Day in Ilfracombe, Devon on Wednesday 13th August is Britain’s biggest emergency services live charity display day
A good question. Many think of the town as well past its sell-by date with Victorian and Edwardian buildings crumbling, hotels closing down and shops looking shabby. Superficially, this is true.
The RNLI is hosting its Summer Splash at the Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe on Sunday 6th July 2008 from 1pm. There’ll be rescue demonstrations in and around Wildersmouth Bay plus fun and refreshments inside the Pavilion.