What's On

Saturday, May 28, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    Far Side of the World: Torquay's Fijian Connection Exhibition - Torquay Museum

    In a time of limited travel, be transported to the far side of the world and learn about the fascinating history, traditions and crafts of Fiji. Discover Torquay’s links to these remote pacific islands through the Museum's rich collection of objects, and the stories of the collectors who brought them to Torquay.

     

     

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

  • Torre Abbey

    Exhibition: 20 Women Who Changed the World Featured Art Exhibition - Torre Abbey

    This bold, colourful, educational and historically inspired exhibition features the works of Nigerian born Doncaster artist, curator, and art advisor Chinwe Russell. It gives an insight into the lives of some incredible women from around the world, whose work in different sectors have had a massive impact on the contemporary world and continue to do so. The collection contains some well-known historical figures such as Marie Curie, Elizabeth I and Florence Nightingale, but most importantly, it also contains many lesser-known women whose works continue to shape our daily lives. These include Nwanyeruwa, Wangari Maathai, Stephanie Kwolek, Dr Marie Maynard Daly, Gerty Cori and many others. Interpretation will provide insight into the lives of these remarkable women.

  • Paignton Zoo Environmental Park

    Spring into Nature - Paignton Zoo Environmental Park

    From March through to May Paignton Zoo is celebrating nature on our doorstep. Some species are easy to spot, others go unnoticed but many are threatened and need our help. We can all make changes that allow us to share our space with nature so we can live and thrive together. Every action matters and if you visit us during Easter we’ll show you some of the things we can all do to help. Throughout the Easter school holidays we’ll be running daily animal talks led by our rangers where you can discover amazing facts about the animals at Paignton Zoo. Plus you can take part in our fun, free and interactive nature themed activities. While you’re here, you can egg-splore over 2,000 animals and countless amazing plants across 80 acres of beautiful, spacious grounds. Don’t forget to head to the gift shop on your way out where you’ll discover a fabulous range of Spring and animal themed gifts and souvenirs. Book your tickets online today.

  • Events

    Flavour Fest - Events

    Cookery talent in the demonstration kitchens, local producers and lots of delicious food stalls return for this popular event year after year.

  • Events

    Kingsbridge Food & Music Festival - Events

    Our aim is very simple – to throw a party for the people of Kingsbridge, and visitors to our beautiful town, to celebrate the eclectic mix of incredible tastes and sounds that originate from the area. We hope you enjoy exploring the diverse range of culinary and acoustics treats we have lined up during our three day food and music extravaganza!

  • Events

    Brixham Heritage Sailing Regatta - Events

    The Brixham Heritage Sailing Regatta has its roots in the Sailing Trawler races that have been held in Torbay since the early 1800’s.

Sunday, May 29, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    Far Side of the World: Torquay's Fijian Connection Exhibition - Torquay Museum

    In a time of limited travel, be transported to the far side of the world and learn about the fascinating history, traditions and crafts of Fiji. Discover Torquay’s links to these remote pacific islands through the Museum's rich collection of objects, and the stories of the collectors who brought them to Torquay.

     

     

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

  • Torre Abbey

    Exhibition: 20 Women Who Changed the World Featured Art Exhibition - Torre Abbey

    This bold, colourful, educational and historically inspired exhibition features the works of Nigerian born Doncaster artist, curator, and art advisor Chinwe Russell. It gives an insight into the lives of some incredible women from around the world, whose work in different sectors have had a massive impact on the contemporary world and continue to do so. The collection contains some well-known historical figures such as Marie Curie, Elizabeth I and Florence Nightingale, but most importantly, it also contains many lesser-known women whose works continue to shape our daily lives. These include Nwanyeruwa, Wangari Maathai, Stephanie Kwolek, Dr Marie Maynard Daly, Gerty Cori and many others. Interpretation will provide insight into the lives of these remarkable women.

  • Paignton Zoo Environmental Park

    Spring into Nature - Paignton Zoo Environmental Park

    From March through to May Paignton Zoo is celebrating nature on our doorstep. Some species are easy to spot, others go unnoticed but many are threatened and need our help. We can all make changes that allow us to share our space with nature so we can live and thrive together. Every action matters and if you visit us during Easter we’ll show you some of the things we can all do to help. Throughout the Easter school holidays we’ll be running daily animal talks led by our rangers where you can discover amazing facts about the animals at Paignton Zoo. Plus you can take part in our fun, free and interactive nature themed activities. While you’re here, you can egg-splore over 2,000 animals and countless amazing plants across 80 acres of beautiful, spacious grounds. Don’t forget to head to the gift shop on your way out where you’ll discover a fabulous range of Spring and animal themed gifts and souvenirs. Book your tickets online today.

  • Events

    Flavour Fest - Events

    Cookery talent in the demonstration kitchens, local producers and lots of delicious food stalls return for this popular event year after year.

  • Events

    Kingsbridge Food & Music Festival - Events

    Our aim is very simple – to throw a party for the people of Kingsbridge, and visitors to our beautiful town, to celebrate the eclectic mix of incredible tastes and sounds that originate from the area. We hope you enjoy exploring the diverse range of culinary and acoustics treats we have lined up during our three day food and music extravaganza!

  • Events

    Brixham Heritage Sailing Regatta - Events

    The Brixham Heritage Sailing Regatta has its roots in the Sailing Trawler races that have been held in Torbay since the early 1800’s.

Monday, May 30, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    Far Side of the World: Torquay's Fijian Connection Exhibition - Torquay Museum

    In a time of limited travel, be transported to the far side of the world and learn about the fascinating history, traditions and crafts of Fiji. Discover Torquay’s links to these remote pacific islands through the Museum's rich collection of objects, and the stories of the collectors who brought them to Torquay.

     

     

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

  • Torre Abbey

    Exhibition: 20 Women Who Changed the World Featured Art Exhibition - Torre Abbey

    This bold, colourful, educational and historically inspired exhibition features the works of Nigerian born Doncaster artist, curator, and art advisor Chinwe Russell. It gives an insight into the lives of some incredible women from around the world, whose work in different sectors have had a massive impact on the contemporary world and continue to do so. The collection contains some well-known historical figures such as Marie Curie, Elizabeth I and Florence Nightingale, but most importantly, it also contains many lesser-known women whose works continue to shape our daily lives. These include Nwanyeruwa, Wangari Maathai, Stephanie Kwolek, Dr Marie Maynard Daly, Gerty Cori and many others. Interpretation will provide insight into the lives of these remarkable women.

  • World of Country Life, Exmouth

    A week of Wackyness - World of Country Life, Exmouth

    Appy Angus is planning a fantastic half term holiday of super wackyness in true World of Country Life style. More details very soon…

  • Paignton Zoo Environmental Park

    Spring into Nature - Paignton Zoo Environmental Park

    From March through to May Paignton Zoo is celebrating nature on our doorstep. Some species are easy to spot, others go unnoticed but many are threatened and need our help. We can all make changes that allow us to share our space with nature so we can live and thrive together. Every action matters and if you visit us during Easter we’ll show you some of the things we can all do to help. Throughout the Easter school holidays we’ll be running daily animal talks led by our rangers where you can discover amazing facts about the animals at Paignton Zoo. Plus you can take part in our fun, free and interactive nature themed activities. While you’re here, you can egg-splore over 2,000 animals and countless amazing plants across 80 acres of beautiful, spacious grounds. Don’t forget to head to the gift shop on your way out where you’ll discover a fabulous range of Spring and animal themed gifts and souvenirs. Book your tickets online today.

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    Far Side of the World: Torquay's Fijian Connection Exhibition - Torquay Museum

    In a time of limited travel, be transported to the far side of the world and learn about the fascinating history, traditions and crafts of Fiji. Discover Torquay’s links to these remote pacific islands through the Museum's rich collection of objects, and the stories of the collectors who brought them to Torquay.

     

     

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

  • Torre Abbey

    Exhibition: 20 Women Who Changed the World Featured Art Exhibition - Torre Abbey

    This bold, colourful, educational and historically inspired exhibition features the works of Nigerian born Doncaster artist, curator, and art advisor Chinwe Russell. It gives an insight into the lives of some incredible women from around the world, whose work in different sectors have had a massive impact on the contemporary world and continue to do so. The collection contains some well-known historical figures such as Marie Curie, Elizabeth I and Florence Nightingale, but most importantly, it also contains many lesser-known women whose works continue to shape our daily lives. These include Nwanyeruwa, Wangari Maathai, Stephanie Kwolek, Dr Marie Maynard Daly, Gerty Cori and many others. Interpretation will provide insight into the lives of these remarkable women.

  • World of Country Life, Exmouth

    A week of Wackyness - World of Country Life, Exmouth

    Appy Angus is planning a fantastic half term holiday of super wackyness in true World of Country Life style. More details very soon…

  • Paignton Zoo Environmental Park

    Spring into Nature - Paignton Zoo Environmental Park

    From March through to May Paignton Zoo is celebrating nature on our doorstep. Some species are easy to spot, others go unnoticed but many are threatened and need our help. We can all make changes that allow us to share our space with nature so we can live and thrive together. Every action matters and if you visit us during Easter we’ll show you some of the things we can all do to help. Throughout the Easter school holidays we’ll be running daily animal talks led by our rangers where you can discover amazing facts about the animals at Paignton Zoo. Plus you can take part in our fun, free and interactive nature themed activities. While you’re here, you can egg-splore over 2,000 animals and countless amazing plants across 80 acres of beautiful, spacious grounds. Don’t forget to head to the gift shop on your way out where you’ll discover a fabulous range of Spring and animal themed gifts and souvenirs. Book your tickets online today.

Wednesday, June 01, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    Far Side of the World: Torquay's Fijian Connection Exhibition - Torquay Museum

    In a time of limited travel, be transported to the far side of the world and learn about the fascinating history, traditions and crafts of Fiji. Discover Torquay’s links to these remote pacific islands through the Museum's rich collection of objects, and the stories of the collectors who brought them to Torquay.

     

     

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

  • Torre Abbey

    Exhibition: 20 Women Who Changed the World Featured Art Exhibition - Torre Abbey

    This bold, colourful, educational and historically inspired exhibition features the works of Nigerian born Doncaster artist, curator, and art advisor Chinwe Russell. It gives an insight into the lives of some incredible women from around the world, whose work in different sectors have had a massive impact on the contemporary world and continue to do so. The collection contains some well-known historical figures such as Marie Curie, Elizabeth I and Florence Nightingale, but most importantly, it also contains many lesser-known women whose works continue to shape our daily lives. These include Nwanyeruwa, Wangari Maathai, Stephanie Kwolek, Dr Marie Maynard Daly, Gerty Cori and many others. Interpretation will provide insight into the lives of these remarkable women.

  • World of Country Life, Exmouth

    A week of Wackyness - World of Country Life, Exmouth

    Appy Angus is planning a fantastic half term holiday of super wackyness in true World of Country Life style. More details very soon…

Thursday, June 02, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    Far Side of the World: Torquay's Fijian Connection Exhibition - Torquay Museum

    In a time of limited travel, be transported to the far side of the world and learn about the fascinating history, traditions and crafts of Fiji. Discover Torquay’s links to these remote pacific islands through the Museum's rich collection of objects, and the stories of the collectors who brought them to Torquay.

     

     

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

  • Torre Abbey

    Exhibition: 20 Women Who Changed the World Featured Art Exhibition - Torre Abbey

    This bold, colourful, educational and historically inspired exhibition features the works of Nigerian born Doncaster artist, curator, and art advisor Chinwe Russell. It gives an insight into the lives of some incredible women from around the world, whose work in different sectors have had a massive impact on the contemporary world and continue to do so. The collection contains some well-known historical figures such as Marie Curie, Elizabeth I and Florence Nightingale, but most importantly, it also contains many lesser-known women whose works continue to shape our daily lives. These include Nwanyeruwa, Wangari Maathai, Stephanie Kwolek, Dr Marie Maynard Daly, Gerty Cori and many others. Interpretation will provide insight into the lives of these remarkable women.

  • World of Country Life, Exmouth

    A week of Wackyness - World of Country Life, Exmouth

    Appy Angus is planning a fantastic half term holiday of super wackyness in true World of Country Life style. More details very soon…

Friday, June 03, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    Far Side of the World: Torquay's Fijian Connection Exhibition - Torquay Museum

    In a time of limited travel, be transported to the far side of the world and learn about the fascinating history, traditions and crafts of Fiji. Discover Torquay’s links to these remote pacific islands through the Museum's rich collection of objects, and the stories of the collectors who brought them to Torquay.

     

     

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

  • Torre Abbey

    Exhibition: 20 Women Who Changed the World Featured Art Exhibition - Torre Abbey

    This bold, colourful, educational and historically inspired exhibition features the works of Nigerian born Doncaster artist, curator, and art advisor Chinwe Russell. It gives an insight into the lives of some incredible women from around the world, whose work in different sectors have had a massive impact on the contemporary world and continue to do so. The collection contains some well-known historical figures such as Marie Curie, Elizabeth I and Florence Nightingale, but most importantly, it also contains many lesser-known women whose works continue to shape our daily lives. These include Nwanyeruwa, Wangari Maathai, Stephanie Kwolek, Dr Marie Maynard Daly, Gerty Cori and many others. Interpretation will provide insight into the lives of these remarkable women.

  • World of Country Life, Exmouth

    A week of Wackyness - World of Country Life, Exmouth

    Appy Angus is planning a fantastic half term holiday of super wackyness in true World of Country Life style. More details very soon…

Saturday, June 04, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    Far Side of the World: Torquay's Fijian Connection Exhibition - Torquay Museum

    In a time of limited travel, be transported to the far side of the world and learn about the fascinating history, traditions and crafts of Fiji. Discover Torquay’s links to these remote pacific islands through the Museum's rich collection of objects, and the stories of the collectors who brought them to Torquay.

     

     

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

  • Torre Abbey

    Exhibition: 20 Women Who Changed the World Featured Art Exhibition - Torre Abbey

    This bold, colourful, educational and historically inspired exhibition features the works of Nigerian born Doncaster artist, curator, and art advisor Chinwe Russell. It gives an insight into the lives of some incredible women from around the world, whose work in different sectors have had a massive impact on the contemporary world and continue to do so. The collection contains some well-known historical figures such as Marie Curie, Elizabeth I and Florence Nightingale, but most importantly, it also contains many lesser-known women whose works continue to shape our daily lives. These include Nwanyeruwa, Wangari Maathai, Stephanie Kwolek, Dr Marie Maynard Daly, Gerty Cori and many others. Interpretation will provide insight into the lives of these remarkable women.

  • Events

    English Riveria Air Show - Events

    English Riveria Air Show 4-5 June 2022 Paignton Air displays are held alongside an event village on Paignton Green with stalls, music, food and fair rides.

Sunday, June 05, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

  • Torre Abbey

    Exhibition: 20 Women Who Changed the World Featured Art Exhibition - Torre Abbey

    This bold, colourful, educational and historically inspired exhibition features the works of Nigerian born Doncaster artist, curator, and art advisor Chinwe Russell. It gives an insight into the lives of some incredible women from around the world, whose work in different sectors have had a massive impact on the contemporary world and continue to do so. The collection contains some well-known historical figures such as Marie Curie, Elizabeth I and Florence Nightingale, but most importantly, it also contains many lesser-known women whose works continue to shape our daily lives. These include Nwanyeruwa, Wangari Maathai, Stephanie Kwolek, Dr Marie Maynard Daly, Gerty Cori and many others. Interpretation will provide insight into the lives of these remarkable women.

  • Events

    English Riveria Air Show - Events

    English Riveria Air Show 4-5 June 2022 Paignton Air displays are held alongside an event village on Paignton Green with stalls, music, food and fair rides.

Monday, June 06, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

Tuesday, June 07, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

Wednesday, June 08, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

Thursday, June 09, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories

Friday, June 10, 2022

  • Torquay Museum

    The Michelangelo Trail: A Delve into LGBTQ+ Histories - Torquay Museum

    Explore hidden LGBTQ+ histories from Torquay Museum’s Collections by following The Michelangelo Trail around the Museum's galleries. For more information visit: torquaymuseum.org/events/details/776/the-michelangelo-trail-a-delve-into-lgbtq-histories