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Divertimo String Quartet…Saturday February 1st at Lustleigh Village Hall

February 1 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Divertimento String Quartet. What better antidote to the post-Christmas gloom could there be than to meet up with friends in the warmth of the Village Hall to listen to a concert given by a group of talented musicians? Luckily we have our next visit from the Divertimento String Quartet on Sat. Feb.1st at 3.00pm. The main work on the programme is Beethoven’s Quartet no.7 (Op.59 no.1) the first of 3 quartets dedicated to Prince Rasumovsky, the Russian Ambassador in Vienna…

“Is it true love?”… A Claudia Alvarez Calderon Concert

February 7 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

"Is it true love?" recital with Claudia Alvarez Calderon, soprano, Fulvio Bussano, bass and Alex Wilson on the piano. First stop of Claudia's Devon whistle-stop tour! Fulvio, Alex and Claudia are back at Lustleigh village hall with an early Valentine's day treat with "Is it true love?", a recital of opera arias, duets and solo piano pieces from works by Rossini, Verdi and Puccini, among others. Interspersed with fun explanations about the pieces, you'll enjoy some beautiful romantic music and…

Lustleigh Garden Society…A Talk by Peter Savage on Hostas

February 12 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

LUSTLEIGH GARDEN SOCIETY . WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12TH  7.30 P.M.  in the Village Hall meeting room. All welcome. Non members who would like to attend are very welcome and we charge a small entry fee (£3.00) to help cover costs.  Or of course you could decide to join…. ?  The new programme for the year is out and will be available for those who are not signed up yet. PETER SAVAGE from BOWDENS HOSTAS will give an illustrated talk about the…

Lustleigh Drama Group presents…. MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN

February 20 @ 7:30 pm - February 22 @ 11:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 7:30 pm, repeating indefinitely

An event every day that begins at 7:30 pm, repeating until February 22, 2020

LUSTLEIGH DRAMA GROUP PRESENTS MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN BY BERTOLT BRECHT In a modern version by David Hare Written with compassion, wisdom and wry humour, ‘Mother Courage’ is regarded as a 20th Century masterpiece, but its universal themes and characters make it very much a play for today. The title character struggles with the irreconcilable aims of making money and keeping her children alive during the nightmare of an endless war. She is determined, clever and clear-sighted, but can…

The Lustleigh Society…Lionel Bennett’s Lustleigh Nature Diary: comparing nature records from 100 years ago

February 26 @ 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

The Lustleigh Society. 26th February 2020, 7:15 for 7.30 p.m. Lionel Bennett’s Lustleigh Nature Diary: comparing nature records from 100 years ago. February’s talk will have wide appeal to those interested in climate change and life in Lustleigh in the early 20th Century. The speakers are Dr Shaun Russell Director of the Wales Environment Hub at Bangor University, and Viv Brooks (Lionel Bennett’s granddaughter), and her husband, Colin. Whilst browsing in a Totnes second-hand bookshop Dr Russell came across a…

Histories of the Unexpected: THE TUDORS!

March 6 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

LEAP, in conjunction with the Lustleigh Society presents... Histories of the Unexpected: THE TUDORS. We welcome Dr Sam Willis & Professor James Daybell.  From the critically-acclaimed Histories of the Unexpected team comes a brand new show on the TUDORS! A fast-paced show for all the family…You’ll never think about the Tudors in the same way ever again …GUARANTEED! Friday March 6th at 7.30pm in Lustleigh Village Hall Tickets £10 Adult and £5 under 16 https://historiesoftheunexpected.com/

May Day

May 2 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

IF you’re looking for a traditional English May Day, you probably couldn’t beat Lustleigh’s celebrations on Saturday, May 2. Spectacles include maypole dancing by the children of the village, a brass band playing and a display of Morris dancing. The highlight will be a procession through the pretty village with the May Queen being crowned in the village orchard. Further distractions to keep visitors occupied include stalls, games, a raffle, face painting, and traditional Devon cream teas. The fun begins…

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December 25 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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