Entertainment & Reviews

Online comedy night to raise money for Devon charities

Authored by Mary

On Sunday 7th June at 7.30pm #BellyLaughsatHome will land on the screens of Devon’s residents, with money being raised for Devon Air Ambulance , Daisi and FareShare South West.

Belly Laughs is a comedy night established by comedian Mark Olver from Bristol and was designed to help independent restaurants increase trade through typically quiet months, as well as raise money for charity...

Slot machine fun? Shop around for big bonuses

Authored by Sarah Parker

There are a lot more people with time on their hands at the moment, and most of us enjoy a casual flutter. This combination has meant that online casinos are desperately vying for the biggest share of this new market - and that’s to your advantage.

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The UK has some of the biggest, best and most regulated online casinos in the world, and that means we have a...

TV bingeing Brits craving comedy gold and gardening guidance during lockdown

Authored by Mike Page

As the UK’s national Coronavirus lockdown is set to continue, research conducted by the world’s third largest TV manufacturer, Hisense, has uncovered how our TV habits may be changing thanks to the stay-at-home measures.

As sales of TV sets soared by 60% during the week Boris Johnson announced the lockdown, and news broke of Netflix receiving a whopping 16 million new signups since...

Plymouth locations take centre stage in award winning writer’s tense and compelling debut novel

Authored by News Desk

A poignant and spellbinding debut novel set in existing locations in and around Plymouth is due for release on 7th July.

The novel 'Grace and Serenity’, published by Vine Leaves Press, is the creative brain child of the Saltash based writer Annalisa Crawford, who skilfully weaves the heart wrenching story of Grace, a young woman who ‘when she escapes her abusive husband thinks her...

Reading offers serenity in hard times

Authored by News Desk

Despite devastating natural disasters or deadly viruses and often because of them, dedicated authors keep on writing and producing books for their readers' pleasure.

Former Exeter College student Fay Knowles (nee Johanson) has just released "Deadly Deceit In Paradise", Book Two in her Buchanan Mystery Romance Series (her sixth published book). The first in the series is "Dangerous...

The best celebration of music by a Landslide at Vue Plymouth

Authored by News Desk

Fans of Fleetwood Mac and other musical heroes have the show of a lifetime in store at Vue Plymouth.

Legendary drummer Mick Fleetwood enlisted an all-star cast at The London Palladium in honour of Fleetwood Mac co-founder Peter Green on in February and the performance will be shown on the big screen at Vue in June.

The big-name event included the likes of Noel Gallagher,...

Military Wives Choir gave a tuneful introduction at Vue Plymouth

Authored by Mary

The Plymouth Military Wives Choir sung side by side as they performed at Vue Plymouth to celebrate the release of the new film Military Wives .

As the inspirational story hit screens on Friday 6th March, the choir were there to entertain customers and give a preview of what they had in store.

Now with over 2,000 members, the Military Wives Choirs Charity has become a global...

Plymouth Arts Cinema looks to the future with a BFI Audience Award

Authored by News Desk

Plymouth Arts Cinema is celebrating a new film culture for Plymouth following a £35,000 BFI Audience Award using funds from the National Lottery.

The award will support the delivery of Plymouth Arts Cinema’s film programme and marketing costs to enable to the cinema to further engage with young audiences across the city and surrounding areas, and to consolidate its position as an...

A perfect union of education as original Lenkiewicz paintings are exhibited at Torbay Art Show

Authored by Mary


Visitors to the second Torbay Art Show over the weekend of 21st and 22ndMarch 2020 , are in for a unique opportunity. A large selection of original paintings, observations, drawings and limited edition prints from Robert Lenkiewicz’s “Observations on Local Education” will be on display for all to enjoy.


DS:UK celebrate Dire Straits’ Brothers in Arms album in Shaftesbury

Authored by News Desk

DS:UK are the UK’s finest tribute show to Dire Straits. The band have been performing across the UK since 2016 and the band are bringing their 2020 “Brothers in 85” tour to the Shaftesbury Theatre in Dawlish on the 27th March 2020.

The iconic “Brothers in Arms” album is Dire Straits’ biggest release, and it still sits in the Top 20 of the most successful albums of all time....