British Pie Week @ Hannahs at Seale-Hayne – 6th – 12th March
If you love pie then this is definitely the right celebration for you! Different pies will be featured at the bistro throughout the week, including vegetarian options. Add some extra fun with a game of Pie Face too!
Chocolate making workshop @ Poltimore House, Exeter – 19th March
Get ready for Easter with award-winning chocolatier Gill and learn how to craft and create your very own chocolates. Whilst you’re there, why not pop into the Chapel tea room and enjoy a tasty lunch or snack.
Delicious Dart Trail @ from Totnes to Dartmouth – 25th March
Local food and drink is always great, but how about adding in some trail running too? This unique event involves running (yes, running) from Totnes to Dartmouth along a 15 mile route, whilst pausing for delicious tasters.
We’re Going on a Bear Hunt! @ Princess Theatre, Torquay – 7th-8th March
If you and your children are a fan of Michael Rosen’s award-winning book ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’, then this show is for you. Sally Cookson brings the book to life in this vivid and fun-filled stage adaption to find a bear.
Richard Alston Dance Company @ Exeter Northcott Theatre – 14th-15th March
This iconic dance company return to Devon once again for a spectacular programme. An Italian in Madrid and Tangent will both be performed alongside a live performance from pianist Jason Ridgway.
Seann Walsh @ The Plough Arts Centre – 18th March
Prepare to laugh out loud as Seann Walsh brings his ‘One for the Road’ tour to Great Torrington. With an observational mind, the Foster’s Comedy Award nominee spots absurdity in everything, delivering perfect stand up comedy.
Stiff Little Fingers @Exeter Phoenix – 6th March
Since 1966 this punk band have been re-writing the rules of music. From Belfast, Ireland, this iconic band are visiting Exeter for a night of exciting live performance and they’ve now developed a great new chapter in the band’s story.
Blossoms @ Exeter Lemon Grove – 21st March
With the strong backing of Radio 1, and a nomination for Best Breakthrough Artist at this year’s Brit Awards, Blossoms are certainly doing well. This five-piece band have broken the norms of genre, and created something pretty great.
Craig David @ Plymouth Pavilions – 21st March
No, we haven’t gone backwards in time to 2000. Craig David will be visiting Plymouth as part of his UK tour (the first he’s done in 15 years!) following the release of his album ‘Following My Intuition’. He’ll be joined by Lauren Faith as support.
Matt Pang @ Pennywell Farm – 4th, 18th and 25th March
Join Matt, the gentleman juggler at Pennywell Farm throughout March. The whole family will enjoy his unique mix of juggling, acrobatics, unicycle riding, and escapology. Prepare to be entertained and a little bit dazzled!
Wild Tripe @Fingle Bridge Meadows, Castle Drogo – 5th March
Wrap up warm, pop on your wellies, and take the kids (between the ages of 5-12) for this outdoor event. Kids can build traps and snares, and watch the deer stalker prepare a deer then taste wild venison cooked over a log fire.
Exmouth Mud Walk @ Imperial Recreation Ground, Exmouth – 18th March
Discover the life that is thriving in the mud of the Exe Estuary with the Education Ranger. Dig for worms, fish for shrimp, and learn all about Exmouth’s lovely mud. Places are limited so book online in advance.
Mums go free @ Becky Falls – 26th March
Treat mum to a day out at one of Devon’s most beautiful spots. All mums accompanied by a full-paying child go free! The day will be filled with entertainment, including animal encounter shows and talks. You can even bring the dog!
Spring Spree @ Princesshay, Exeter – 30th March
The annual one-night-only Spring Spree is returning to Princesshay! Get your purse ready and enjoy exclusive offers from over 30 stores and restaurants. There will also be fashion shows, a beauty and style clinic, live music, and more.