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Live music and theatre coming up!


First Friday Jazz Club – 2nd February 2018

Professional bands playing every first Friday.

Doors open at 8pm for 8.30pm start.

Licensed bar and coffee shop will be open.

Tickets £10 available HERE and on the door.

Next band is Band of Gold.

Band of Gold was formed in 1997 and is one of the UK’s top Wedding, Party and Festival bands.

The band is led by young virtuoso Jeremy Huggett, a recent UK award winner for best reed player who clearly demonstrates his skill and maturity on all the saxophones, flute, and vocals.

Join us in the NEW YEAR for another theatre production!


Saturday 3rd February 2018 

A new one-woman show with Jackie Juno called SPELLBOUND (Being the True Tale of a Reluctant Witch Unable to Escape Her Destiny)

Confessional, funny, informative and profound – for anyone who has felt to be an outsider. A courageous coming-of-age tale, riveting in its honesty. Peppered with poetry, visuals and music… a hugely entertaining experience!

Jackie Juno artwork

Tickets available HERE! The show is suitable for over 14’s only – some strong language and references to sexuality and sexual abuse.

Quotes from people who have seen the show

“Enthralling. This was such a magical night full of wonder, adventure and stories. Met some inspiring lovely people and discovered a whole new world. AMAZING.” Barnstaple audience member

“A fabulous evening. Thank you Jackie and Rachel. What a brilliant way to spend the Solstice!” Barnstaple audience member

What a fantastic way to brighten up the shortest day of the year. If you have not been to see it then go, you wont be sorry. If I lived closer I would be there to see it again. Go on treat yourselves!” Torbay audience member

“Totally brilliant, wonderful, funny, heart wrenching, uplifting in equal measure. So glad you be-witch us! “ Chagford audience member

About Jackie Juno

Jackie Juno is a multiple poetry slam winner, including the Green Gathering slam (2016), Plymouth Lit Fest slam (2017) and the Glastonbury Festival slam (2017).

She is the current Grand Bard of Exeter (Caer Wyse) – and as far as she knows, the only female Grand Bard in its 200 year history.

She has been a performer since the 1980’s and has appeared in various guises from Axminster to Amsterdam; from Arizona to Australia… and other places which don’t begin with A.

She is a regular at festivals in the UK (including Glastonbury, Port Eliot, Beautiful Days, Ways With Words and Tagore at Dartington), and has also performed in schools, churches, street markets, fayres, funerals and weddings.

She has performed her poetry at two TEDx Talks (Exeter and Totnes).

Jackie also writes scripts for film and live performance, short stories and song lyrics – she is lead singer with Skydancer and The Invisible Opera Company of Tibet.

She has been a finalist in several national and international competitions for her poetry and short stories, including Arvon, Ledbury and Writing Magazine.

She is author of several poetry collections: ‘Outspoken!’ ‘Dare’, ‘History’s Whispers’ and ‘This Much I Know’.

She hosts ‘Outspoken!’ monthly Poetry Open Mic nights in Totnes and Chagford, and Shine Open Mic in Bovey Tracey.


More info can be found on my website

Every second Friday – Acoustic Night – 7.30 for 8pm – £4 per person – pay on the door.

Join us for an evening of live music hosted by Jim Watts. There will be a bar and the cafe will be open for tea, coffee and soft drinks.

Next date is 9th February 2018.

Acoustic Night

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