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  1. Add Ales & Tales - Folk Lore Tours to your Itinerary

    Ales & Tales - Folk Lore Tours

    Exeter

    2pm Start

    Exeter Central Station

    £5/£3 for under 15s/Free for under 5s.
    A tour of Exeter with tales of myth and legend.

    Down to the wall, around the castle, traversing the high street.
    Then on to the Ship Inn and tales of Frances Drake!
    And the…

    Venue

    The Riviera Line, South Devon

    Dates

    From:
    25 Sept 2021Open 14:00 - 16:00
  2. Add Quay Words National Poetry Day Cabaret And Open Mic With Caleb Parkin to your Itinerary

    Quay Words National Poetry Day Cabaret And Open Mic With Caleb Parkin

    Exeter

    We will be ushering in National Poetry Day with Poetry Cabaret celebration. Caleb will share poems on this year's theme of Choice, read from his new collection, *This Fruiting Body* and invite you to share your own poems or favourite poems you…

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    6 Oct 2021Open 18:30 -

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  3. Add Quay Words National Poetry Day Workshop With Bristol City Poet, Caleb Parkin: Choice, Lack Of to your Itinerary

    Quay Words National Poetry Day Workshop With Bristol City Poet, Caleb Parkin: Choice, Lack Of

    Exeter

    Poet Caleb Parkin will lead you through approaches which - on the surface - remove choice (this year's National Poetry Day theme). Using decks of cards, dice, random word generators and more, we'll be inspired by a selection of poems on the theme of…

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    6 Oct 2021Open 15:30 -

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  4. Add Dr John Cooper Clarke to your Itinerary

    Dr John Cooper Clarke

    Exeter

    The legendary Mancunian punk poet, who is a spiritual godfather to the likes of Mike Skinner and Plan B hauls his insatiable laconic wit on tour.

    Venue

    Exeter Corn Exchange, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    7 Oct 2021Open 20:00 - 23:00
    From:
    21 Apr 2022Open 20:00 - 23:00

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  5. Add An Evening With Andrew Cotter, Olive And Mabel to your Itinerary

    An Evening With Andrew Cotter, Olive And Mabel

    Exeter

    Andrew Cotter began 2020 as one of the most recognisable voices in sports broadcasting. But now, he is a ‘bone’-a fide internet sensation, only slightly eclipsed by his canine companions and overnight global superstars Olive and Mabel.

    Andrew’s…

    Venue

    Exeter Corn Exchange, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    8 Oct 2021Open 20:00 - 22:00

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  6. Add A Greener Future? - Exeter Literary Festival to your Itinerary

    A Greener Future? - Exeter Literary Festival

    Exeter

    Welcoming Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, Jonathon Porritt, Lucy Siegle, Natalie Fee and Professor Peter Cox to RAMM. MC: Martin Wright, chair, Positive News

    A lively afternoon of insight, discussion and debate, and a chance to have your say among…

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    From:
    9 Oct 2021Open 13:10 - 17:50

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  7. Add Blodeuwedd Untold to your Itinerary

    Blodeuwedd Untold

    Exeter

    Artemis Storytelling presents storyteller Jo Blake and mythologist Dr Martin Shaw.

    Unearth the unwritten Blodeuwedd, the Frankenstein of flowers. Captured in the pages of a medieval book, the ancient myth of Blodeuwedd describes a woman made out of…

    Venue

    Cygnet Theatre, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    9 Oct 2021Open 20:00 - 21:30
  8. Add Pike Ward: A Remarkable Life to your Itinerary

    Pike Ward: A Remarkable Life

    Exeter

    Pike Ward was an extraordinary Devonian who became a hugely important figure in the history of modern Iceland. His story had been forgotten until his diaries and photographs were discovered by Katherine Findlay in 2016. At this event, Katherine and…

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    13 Oct 2021Open 18:30 -

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  9. Add Quay Voices: Nature Writing For Performance With Naomi Westerman to your Itinerary

    Quay Voices: Nature Writing For Performance With Naomi Westerman

    Exeter

    Emerging writers will perform their nature writing for performance works-in-progress alongside Quay Words Summer writer-in-residence Naomi Westerman. All the work performed will have been developed in workshops with Naomi exploring the nature of…

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    20 Oct 2021Open 18:30 -

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  10. Add Exeter Literary Festival: Rosemary Griggs Presents "Katherine Champernowne" to your Itinerary

    Exeter Literary Festival: Rosemary Griggs Presents "Katherine Champernowne"

    Exeter

    As a partner-event of Exeter Literary Festival, Rosemary Griggs will present "Katherine Champernowne-a remarkable Devon woman". Drawing on her research Rosemary will explore the life and times of Katherine and her family in sixteenth century Devon.…

    Venue

    St Nicholas Priory, Exeter

    Dates

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    3 Nov 2021Open 13:00 -

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  11. Add Exeter Literary Festival: Tudor Rebellions In 1549 By Ed Fox to your Itinerary

    Exeter Literary Festival: Tudor Rebellions In 1549 By Ed Fox

    Exeter

    As a partner-event of Exeter Literary Festival, Ed Fox is coming back to the St Nicholas Priory to explore the tumultuous times of change known as the Commotion Time. In this talk, Dr. Fox will talk about his new book "The Commotion Time: Tudor…

    Venue

    St Nicholas Priory, Exeter

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    From:
    3 Nov 2021Open 18:30 -

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  12. Add Exeter Literary Festival: Lawrence Sail Presents His "Accidentals" to your Itinerary

    Exeter Literary Festival: Lawrence Sail Presents His "Accidentals"

    Exeter

    Lawrence Sail will be reading from, and discussing, his most recent book, Accidentals (Impress Books, 2020). A successor to his memoir of childhood, Sift (Impress Books, 2010), it celebrates occasions and instances seen in the perspective of a whole…

    Venue

    St Nicholas Priory, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    4 Nov 2021Open 18:30 -

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  13. Add ExeLitFest: Behind the Scenes at The Antiques Roadshow: an evening with Paul Atterbury to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: Behind the Scenes at The Antiques Roadshow: an evening with Paul Atterbury

    Exeter

    Sponsored by Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood

    For more than 40 years, BBC's Antiques Roadshow has enthralled television viewers with the range and diversity of treasured objects classed as 'antique' and the guessing game surrounding their value.…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    5 Nov 2021Open 19:30 -

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  14. Add ExeLitFest: Celebrating Exeter to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: Celebrating Exeter

    Exeter

    Exeter has the most vibrant history community in the South West but it is hard to keep up with the outpouring of recent research. Join us for a lively debate as two of the county's most eminent historians discuss some of the most exciting…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    5 Nov 2021Open 16:00 -

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  15. Add Exelitfest: Families to your Itinerary

    Exelitfest: Families

    Exeter

    Two local authors bring very different perspectives to a topic close to everyone's heart: families and how to survive them. Sarah Turner is a mum of three. Frustrated with the lack of honest parenting commentary available online after having her…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

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    5 Nov 2021Open 09:30 -

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  16. Add ExeLitFest: Feelgood Fiction to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: Feelgood Fiction

    Exeter

    Everyone loves penguins.  The success of Exmoor author, Hazel Prior's second novel *Away with the Penguins*is proof of that! Inspired by the adventurous spirit of elderly people, her concerns for the environment and, of course, penguins, it hit the…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    5 Nov 2021Open 11:30 -

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  17. Add ExeLitFest: Historical Fiction I to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: Historical Fiction I

    Exeter

    Described as an expert writer at the height of her powers, K J Maitland discusses with Senior Librarian, Karen Huxtable, *The Drowned City*, the first in her exciting new series.

     

    Set in 1606, a year to the day that men were executed for…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    5 Nov 2021Open 14:00 -

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  18. Add ExeLitFest: Displaced People I to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: Displaced People I

    Exeter

    BBC correspondent, Mike Thomson, talks about his book, *Syria's Secret Library: the true story of how a besieged Syrian town found hope*.  *'A unique tribute to the power of books and the unquenchable human spirit'* - Michael Palin. Not only is this…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    6 Nov 2021Open 09:30 -

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  19. Add Exelitfest: Displaced People II to your Itinerary

    Exelitfest: Displaced People II

    Exeter

    *Kololo Hill: 'A novel about home, about belonging and exile; a compelling and complex insight into a recent past that still resonates.'* - Irish Times. In 1972 all Ugandan Asians were ordered to leave the country in ninety days. They must take only…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    6 Nov 2021Open 11:30 -

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  20. Add Exelitfest: Fair Cop Unleashed: An Evening With Alfie Moore to your Itinerary

    Exelitfest: Fair Cop Unleashed: An Evening With Alfie Moore

    Exeter

    **Event sponsored by Foresight Financial Planning**

    Join BBC Radio 4's cop-turned-comedian Alfie Moore for his latest stand-up tour show. *Fair Cop Unleashed* is based on a dramatic real-life incident from Alfie's police casebook. Relive with him…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    6 Nov 2021Open 19:30 -

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  21. Add Exelitfest: Historical Fiction II to your Itinerary

    Exelitfest: Historical Fiction II

    Exeter

    Jane Johnson is a best-selling author of historical novels often flavoured with her intimate knowledge of North African landscape and culture, having married a Berber tribesman in 2005. Her latest novel, *The Sea Gate*, is set in Cornwall during…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    6 Nov 2021Open 14:00 -

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