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A Quiet Place: Day One (15)

A Quiet Place: Day One shows us the moment when the Earth fell silent in this spin-off prequel to the postapocalyptic story.

It begins on an otherwise ordinary day in New York that is suddenly ripped apart by the arrival of extraterrestrial creatures that hunt humans by sound. A small group of survivors must band together in absolute silence if they want to see a brand new dawn.

Friday 2 Aug 202419:00
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Thursday 15 Aug 202419:00



Yes they are back!! After a fantastic sell out in 2023, TAKE A CHANCE ON US returns to The Flavel!

ABBA celebrates 50 years since winning the Eurovision Contest this year so don’t miss the opportunity to celebrate this amazing achievement and experience the Ultimate Abba Party with one of the Top Abba Tributes in the UK.

Appealing to all age groups and bringing you the music of one of the most successful bands of all time, TAKE A CHANCE ON US is a fantastic fully live Abba tribute show. If you can’t see the real thing then you can still experience the wonderful songs of Abba fantastically recreated in this show.

With a live four piece band, voiceovers, costume changes, choreographed dance routines, and so much more the band members encourage lots of audience participation and of course it includes all the well known iconic and favourite Abba Hits. This year the show has some new costumes as many songs as can be packed from ABBAs 50 years! So put on those platform boots and funky suits, or just a boa and join us for a night of ABBA madness.


Saturday 5 Oct 202419:30

Abba: Take a Chance on Us Pre-show Supper

As the nights draw in at the beginning of October, things start to get a bit glitzy at The Flavel.

The incredible ABBA tribute ‘Take a Chance on Us’ will be returning to our stage bringing their stunning show full of hit after hit.

To celebrate, The Flavel bistro will be serving a Scandi inspired pre-show supper. Chicken in a wild mushroom cream sauce (Vegetarian option of stuffed mushrooms in a cream and prosecco sauce), served with hasselback potatoes and sauteed spinach, followed by a delicious blueberry and vanilla cheesecake.

Spaces are limited so book your spot for a fabulous evening now!

Please book your tickets for the concert separately HERE ABBA TRIBUTE: TAKE A CHANCE ON US!

Saturday 5 Oct 202418:00



The Flavel is embarking on a brand-new venture: a Book Festival on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 September 2024, in partnership with Browser Books, The Community Bookshop and Dartmouth Library.

Dartmouth has become known, not only as a sailing and tourist destination, but also as a town that holds very successful and enjoyable festivals: the Music Festival, the Food Festival and Dartmouth Royal Regatta.So, we thought a Book Festival would to be a wonderful addition to the busy calendar of events in the town. We have a large number of authors living in the area, and this will be a superb way to showcase their work, and of course, to welcome authors from further afield.

This is an exciting new venture for The Flavel Centre, in partnership with Browser Books, Dartmouth Community Bookshop and Dartmouth Library, and one which we hope will evolve into an annual event.

For the Book Festival, we are planning a range of events, such as speaker sessions, panel discussions, workshops, film, and children’s events. These events will take place in different areas of The Flavel Centre, Dartmouth Library, Browser Books and Dartmouth Community Bookshop, which are all within a concentrated area.

The Flavel Centre’s new patron is John Suchet, the renowned broadcaster, journalist and author, and we are delighted that he is supporting the Book Festival, and will be participating in the event.

We are also delighted that Jo Loosemore, a prolific BBC producer and presenter, will be participating.

We are currently working on the programme, and several authors have expressed an interest across a variety of genres. We will be sending out more detailed information as soon as we are able and look forward to seeing you there.

Book Festival Committee

Friday 20 Sep 202410:00 (Closed)
Saturday 21 Sep 202410:00 (Closed)

BRNC Christmas Concert 2024

BRNC Concert Band: Christmas Crackers ‘Sing along’ Concert  

This is a Christmas Crackers Concert full of fun for all the family! Step up to the most thrilling Christmas concert of the season - the Christmas Crackers 'Sing Along' Concert! Get ready to be dazzled and delighted by an evening filled with fun, laughter, and unforgettable performances. From enchanting carol renditions to toe-tapping Christmas classics, our talented performers will take you on a musical journey like no other. Be prepared to demonstrate your singing skills when you can sing along to some of your favourite Christmas songs and carols!

But the fun doesn't stop there, join in on the interactive games and activities that will have you laughing and bonding with fellow concert-goers. Who knows, you might even win a special prize! Our venue will be decked out in the most festive decorations, creating a magical atmosphere that will transport you straight into a winter wonderland. Get ready to be immersed in the Christmas spirit!

And of course, what's a Christmas concert without a grand finale? Brace yourself for a spectacular ending that will leave you feeling merry and bright, ready to take on the Christmas season with joy in your heart. Come one, come all, to the Christmas Crackers Concert - where the fun never ends, and the Christmas spirit is always in full swing!

Saturday 7 December, 7.30pm

Tickets £16

Saturday 7 Dec 202419:30


Christian Garrick & the

Budapest Café Orchestra


CHRISTIAN GARRICK – violin, darbuka

EDDIE HESSION – accordion

KELLY CANTLON – double bass

ADRIAN ZOLOTUHIN – guitar, saz, balalaika, domra

The refreshingly unconventional and snappily attired boutique orchestra are BACK!! If

you missed them last year, here’s your chance to catch them!

Budapest Café Orchestra bring you gypsy and folk-flavoured music in their own fresh

and surprising way. From Balkan and Russian traditional pieces to artful distillations of

the masterpieces by the great Romantic composers to Gaelic folk anthems their

infectious music will get into your veins and stay there forever.

With 13 albums to their name the Budapest Café Orchestra was established in 2009 by

British composer and violinist, Christian Garrick, and led by him have won legions of

fans with their magical and infectious performances. A small but impeccably formed

ensemble of just four players, the BCO combines violin, guitar, accordion, double bass,

saz & balalaika to dazzling effect, creating an awesome aural alchemy normally only

characteristic of far larger ensembles.

Two of the country’s celebrated international soloists revel at the heart of proceedings.

Accordionist exemplar Eddie Hession is a supreme accordion champion of Great

Britain. In his illustrious career he has accompanied Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo,

Jose Carreras and Chris Rea. Christian Garrick is one of the world’s most celebrated

jazz violinists. He has played music with Dame Cleo Laine & Sir John Dankworth,

Wynton Marsalis, Nigel Kennedy, Bireli Lagrene, Tim Minchin, Caro Emerald and John

Etheridge. One of Russia's most enigmatic musical exports, The Sultan (sic Adrian

Zolotuhin) is a master of the strummed strings of domra, balalaika, guitar and saz.

Veteran bass-man Kelly Cantlon has been in the business of laying down the low notes

for many-a-moon. Kelly first found fame in the as a Vagabond with Northern Soul

sensations Jimmy James and the Vagabonds.

Evoking vivid images of Tzigane fiddle maestros, Budapest café life and gypsy

campfires - plus a few surprises along the way - hugely entertaining, immense skill and

profound musicianship, a show by the BCO is enough to make you want to book that holiday down the Danube! "Not so much a band name as a whole genre of its own, Budapest Café Orchestra embraces an encyclopaedia of music and mischief." SCOTSMAN ONLINE:




Thursday 24 Oct 202419:30

Basket Weaving Willow Workshop

Basket Weaving Willow Workshop

The Way of Willow : Basket Weaving Willow Workshop with Vivienne Turner

Join Vivienne Turner on this fabulous Basket Weaving Willow Workshop here at The Flavel on Monday 7 October 2024 from 10-5pm.

Experienced willow weaver, Vivienne, will guide you through the steps to making your very own willow basket to take home.

This will be a fun and relaxed day, where you’ll have the opportunity to use your hands in a skilled way, step away from those screens, and reconnect with an ancient craft that has been part of British heritage for centuries.

The cost of the workshop is £85 per person which includes complementary hot drinks throughout the day.

There will be a forty-minute break for lunch and The Flavel café will be open for pre ordering of lunch on the day.

Places are limited to 12, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Monday 7 Oct 202410:00

Dartmouth Theatre Company: Matilda The Musical JR.

'Sometimes You Have to Be a Little Bit Naughty if You Want to Change Your Story!'


The streets of Dartmouth will be filled by the smell of rebellion when DARTMOUTH THEATRE COMPANY presents Roald Dahl’s 'Matilda The Musical Jr.' Telling the story of an extraordinary girl who, armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, dares to take a stand and change her own destiny. With music and lyrics written by Tim Minchin, this heart warming show is based on Roald Dahl's Tony-award winning hit musical, Matilda!


Dartmouth Theatre Company is a non-profit community group launched in April 2024. This production will be performed by the youth group, which is made up of children between the ages of 5 & 16, who live in Dartmouth and the surrounding area.

The children are very excited to be performing their first ever production here at The Flavel!

Saturday 23 Nov 202419:00
Sunday 24 Nov 202414:00

Dave Hankin Big Band: Pre-show Supper

Dave Hankin Big Band: Flavel Bistro Pre-show Supper

On Friday 19 July 19 we will be welcoming back a Flavel favourite, the Dave Hankin big band. The Flavel

bistro will be opening its doors and offering a pre-show supper to limited customers.

The meal will start with a Mild Sri Lankan chicken curry (or vegetarian curry) served with aromatic jasmine rice and roti, and

finish with a raspberry, pistachio and lemon trifle. A delicious way to start a fantastic evening of music.

Please book your tickets for the concert separately HERE   CONCERT TICKETS

Friday 19 Jul 202418:00

Despicable Me 4 (U)

Gru and Lucy and their girls — Margo, Edith and Agnes — welcome a new member to the Gru family, Gru Jr., who is intent on tormenting his dad. Gru faces a new nemesis in Maxime Le Mal and his femme fatale girlfriend Valentina, and the family is forced to go on the run.

Friday 2 Aug 202414:00
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Tuesday 13 Aug 202414:00
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Thursday 22 Aug 202414:00
Wednesday 28 Aug 202414:00
Thursday 29 Aug 202414:00

Exhibition On Screen

Van Gogh: Poets & Lovers

Directed by David Bickerstaff – Produced by Phil Grabsky

200 years after its opening and a century after acquiring its first Van Gogh works, the National Gallery, London is hosting the UK’s biggest ever Van Gogh exhibition. Van Gogh is not only one of the most beloved artists of all time, but perhaps the most misunderstood.

This film is a chance to reexamine and better understand this iconic artist. Focusing on his unique creative process, Van Gogh: Poets & Lovers explores the artist’s years in the south of France, where he revolutionised his style. Van Gogh became consumed with a passion for storytelling in his art, turning the world around him into vibrant, idealised spaces and symbolic characters.

Poets and lovers filled his imagination; everything he did in the south of France served this new obsession. In part, this is what caused his notorious breakdown, but it didn’t hold back his creativity as he created masterpiece after masterpiece. Explore one of art history’s most pivotal periods in this once-in-a-century show.

Made in close collaboration with the National Gallery.

Thursday 7 Nov 202419:00


Ever wanted to try Flamenco dance? Now’s your chance.

The workshop is a two hour Lola Flamenco dance session with professional dancers from Andalucia and their guitarist who will accompany. A Spanish translator will be making it all clear in fluent English.

No previous dance experience is necessary and please wear comfortable clothing and dance shoes if you have them.

This will be the perfect way to appreciate a spectacular art form; before seeing the real thing at the evening show, you can have a go yourself in the morning workshop.

Saturday 28 Sep 202410:00



Described as ‘The future of Folk’, Banter take English traditional music to the next level with

their iconic interpretations of classic songs and dance tunes. Touring material from their

brand new studio album ‘Heroes’, alongside some of their old favourites.

“... wonderfully, powerfully dynamic. They really rock wherever they go.” - Mike Harding

“...full of Invention.” - R&R Magazine 4* review

“... really atmospheric and exquisitely done.” - Mark Radcliffe (BBC Radio 2, The Folk Show)

“...Folk from a parallel reality... Banter stands up proud and makes you want to shout

'Brilliant!'." - Nigel Schofield (Tykes’ Stirrings Magazine)

“... Nina Zella...Easily comparable to Christine McVie” - Northern Sky

“...If you think there’s nothing new to hear in folk music these days, listen to Banter and

think again.” -

Find out more at

Friday 1 Nov 202419:30

Flavel Fundraising Fete

Join us in the Royal Avenue Gardens on Tuesday 30th July and Wednesday 21st August for a Flavel Fundraising Fete with tea,

coffee and cake!

No need to book. Just pop along with friends between 10am and 4pm and enjoy the lovely gardens and

stalls with various offerings in the sunshine (hopefully!).

Thank you in advance for you support.

All proceeds donated to Flavel Trust Ltd.

Tuesday 30 Jul 202410:00
Wednesday 21 Aug 202410:00

Fly Me to the Moon (12A)

Starring Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum, FLY ME TO THE MOON is a sharp, stylish comedy-drama set against the high-stakes backdrop of NASA’s historic Apollo 11 moon landing.

Sparks fly in all directions as marketing maven Kelly Jones, brought in to fix NASA's public image, wreaks havoc on Apollo 11 launch director Cole Davis' already difficult task of putting a man on the moon. When the White House deems the mission too important to fail, Jones is directed to stage a fake moon landing as backup, and the countdown truly begins.

Friday 16 Aug 202419:00
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Thursday 22 Aug 202419:00
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Saturday 24 Aug 202419:00

Friday @ The Flavel : EVACUATION

2024 marks the 80th anniversary of D Day and, following the extracts shown at the Exercise Tiger weekend, we are offering another chance to watch Ian Phillip’s compelling film ‘Evacuation’ in full.

It tells the story of the around 3000 residents of Slapton & the surrounding villages who had to evacuate their homes for the American troops involved in Exercise Tiger, the ill-fated Allied rehearsal for the D-Day landings. The film contains fascinating footage of archive film and interviews with people who were children at the time. They had to evacuate their homes with six weeks’ notice, leaving before Christmas and taking all their possessions and livestock with them

A complimentary glass of wine will be served after the screening with the opportunity to speak to others about the film and its significance.

Friday 22 November, 5.30pm

Tickets £14 (to include a complimentary glass of wine or soft drink after the screening)

Friday 22 Nov 202417:30

Friday @ The Flavel: Donna Marie Broomfield


Flavel Favourite, Donna Marie Broomfield (soprano) now takes a nostalgic trip through the second half of 100 years of Stage & Screen, from musicals such as Fiddler on the Roof (1964) through Evita, Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera and many more, with Love Never Dies (2010) and Gary Barlow’s Neverland (2017) to finish.

The concert starts at 5.30pm and is followed at 6.30pm by a glass of wine or soft drink in the bar (included in your ticket) and a chance to chat to friends and to Donna. A great way to start the weekend.

Friday 27 September, 5.30pm

Tickets £14 (to include a complimentary glass of wine after the performance)

Friday 27 Sep 202417:30

Get Wicked!

Get ready to swing into a whole new era with Get Wicked! - the 7-piece Electro Swing band that's taking the South West music scene by storm!

Blending the vintage charm of swing with modern beats, Get Wicked! delivers an irresistible sound that will have you dancing all night long.

With lead singer, Flavel Cafe favourite, Terrie-May, and legendary Dodgey Practice trumpeter, Guy Collins, this dynamic ensemble brings together talented musicians who infuse every performance with infectious energy and toe-tapping rhythms.

Whether you're a longtime fan of Electro Swing or new to the genre, Get Wicked! promises an unforgettable musical journey, with their own re-imagining of popular tunes you know and love, transforming them into swinging sensations that will surprise and delight!

See them in action here:

The Flavel bar will be open throughout and seating available.

Friday 26 July, 7.30pm

Tickets: £15

Friday 26 Jul 202419:30

IF (U)

After discovering she can see everyone's imaginary friends (IFs) a girl embarks on a magical adventure to reconnect forgotten IFs who have been left behind as their real-life friends have grown up.

Starring Ryan Reynolds and the voices of Steve Carell, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and John Krasinski

'A engaging kid-pleaser that celebrates the power of imagination' The Guardian

Saturday 20 Jul 202414:00
Monday 22 Jul 202414:00
Wednesday 24 Jul 202414:00
Tuesday 30 Jul 202414:00
Thursday 1 Aug 202414:00


Ryan Corbett (classical accordion)


Liszt arr. Corbett - Prelude and Fugue on the Theme B-A-C-H, S 260

J S Bach - Two preludes and fugues from The Well-Tempered Clavier

Gubaidulina - De Profundis

Franck Angelis - Romance

Vladislav Zolotaryov - Rondo Capriccioso

Tchaikovsky arr. Corbett - Children’s Album, Op. 39

Further concerts in the series are:

Friday 8 March

Cordelia Williams (piano) Cordelia Williams

Friday 5 July

Amy Harman (bassoon) and Tom Poster (piano) Amy Harman

Are you interested in becoming a ‘Classical Supporter’ for a concert or concerts in the 2024 series? For full details of the scheme please contact Helen Deakin on 01803 835882

Friday 8 Nov 202419:30

Inside Out 2 (U)

Teenager Riley's mind headquarters is undergoing a sudden demolition to make room for something entirely unexpected: new Emotions! Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust, who’ve long been running a successful operation by all accounts, aren’t sure how to feel when Anxiety shows up. And it looks like she’s not alone.

Saturday 3 Aug 202414:00
Tuesday 6 Aug 202414:00
Thursday 8 Aug 202414:00
Monday 12 Aug 202414:00
Wednesday 14 Aug 202414:00
Monday 19 Aug 202414:00
Tuesday 20 Aug 202414:00
Wednesday 21 Aug 202414:00

Japanese Acrylic Painting : Make Your Art Stand Out! Painting Three Dimensions

Make your Art Stand Out! Painting Three Dimensions.

Presented by: Chika (acrylic painter)

Chika will travel all the way from Japan to give this workshop and share her painting skills with you. She will also be showing her work in the “Spirit of Japan” exhibition at the Flavel (August 26th to September 7th).

About the artist:

Chika is a Japan-based artist who specializes in acrylic painting. She has won many awards for her eye-catching art, which is praised for its expressiveness and three-dimensionality. The inspiration for much of her work comes from the relationship between mother and child and the challenges and joys of parenthood. In Japan, she holds regular painting workshops for children and adults and also runs an online art school.


About the workshop:

Do you want to learn how to make your art appear more three-dimensional?

Chika will teach you techniques that will make your paintings look like they’re jumping right off the canvas! The workshop is suitable for artists of all ages, and it will help you take your art to a new level.

Choose from 2 iconic Japanese designs:

       Mount Fuji

       Cherry tree (Cherry blossom)

You will be able to take your finished painting home with you at the end of the workshop.

Workshop details:

Date: August 26th

Time: 13:00~15:00 (2 hours) ※Studio opens at 12:45. Please arrive early.

Cost: £35 per person. (Tickets available until August 16th. Max capacity 20 capacity)

Age restrictions: Age 10 or above.

※Beginners and experienced artists welcome!

※All materials and equipment will be provided (canvas, acrylic paint, brushes, etc.).

We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!

Monday 26 Aug 202413:00

Kensuke's Kingdom (PG)

A young boy Michael is taken by his family on a round-the-world sailing trip. But when a storm strikes, Michael and his dog Stella are swept overboard and washed up on a remote island. They struggle to survive, but one day Michael wakes to find fresh fish and coconut milk by his cave. He discovers his mysterious benefactor is Kensuke, a former Japanese soldier, creator of a treetop kingdom and protector of the orangutans. Slowly, communicating through drawings rather than words, Michael and Kensuke form a friendship. But something threatens to destroy the fragile world Kensuke has created.

Friday 23 Aug 202414:00
Saturday 24 Aug 202414:00
Monday 26 Aug 202414:00

Kinds of Kindness (18)

A triptych fable following a man without choice who tries to take control of his own life; a policeman who is alarmed that his wife who was missing-at-sea has returned and seems a different person; and a woman determined to find a specific someone with a special ability, who is destined to become a prodigious spiritual leader.

Saturday 20 Jul 202419:00
Thursday 25 Jul 202419:00
Friday 26 Jul 202412:00
Saturday 27 Jul 202419:00
Thursday 1 Aug 202419:00


Authentic artistry from the heart of Flamenco-country

Lola Flamenco hail from Jerez de la Frontera - the heart of ‘gitano’ (gypsy) flamenco country.

The show is a passionate performance of song, dance and incredible music that will leave audiences sizzling in their seats. The troupe of dancers, singers and guitarist accompanist will bring the flames of Andalucian passion and the pulsing rhythms of Spanish guitar, clapping and incredible footwork.

It features authentic music and dance routines passed down from family to family over many generations, with costume changes that ensure the performance is a feast for the eyes AND the ears.

Expect hot flamenco that moves your soul in this scintillating show.

Saturday 28 September, 7.30pm

Tickets £22

Saturday 28 Sep 202419:30

Let Us Take You To Paris

Let Us Take You to Paris


Shut your eyes and you will be transported to Paris where you will hear a selection of French music including works from Edith Piaf, Charles Trennet, Django Reinhardt and Serge Gainsbourg. Along the way you will hear tales of life in Paris throughout the golden era of French music. You will listen to a slice of the French repertoire spanning a century; a performance of their unique arrangements.

Brace yourself for an exciting and charismatic performance!


Fifi la Mer and Oliver Wilby have been touring the country with their unique show “Let us take you to Paris”. You may have seen them with their quintet “Oh la la” who have recently appeared at their sell-out show at Ronnie Scott’s and Theatres and Arts centres across the country. Oliver regularly performs with the Pasadena roof orchestra, Syd Lawrence Orchestra Ray Gelato, and the BBC big band.



Artist Website



Les champs Elysees




Bei mir bistu shein

Saturday 30 Nov 202419:30

Let Us Take You To Paris Pre-Show Supper

Let Us Take You to Paris Pre-Show Supper at The Flavel Bistro


Before being transported to Paris with the music of Edith Piaf, Charles Trennet, Django Reinhardt and Serge Gainsbourg performed live by duo Fifi la Mer and Oliver Wilby, why not be transported there firstly through your taste buds, with fabulous food from The Flavel Bistro!

Prepare to listen to tales of life in Paris throughout the golden era of French music with a beautiful Coq au vin with pomme puree and French beans, followed by Tarte au citron with honeycomb ice cream and raspberries. Vegetarian option also available.

Bon appétit!

Tickets: £25

Pre Show Supper served at 6pm

Music starts at 7.30pm (to book your music tickets, click here) Let Us Take You To Paris

Saturday 30 Nov 202418:00



Edward Scissorhands: Matthew Bourne’s dance version of Tim Burton’s classic film of 1990.

In a castle high on a hill lives Edward; a boy created by an eccentric inventor. When his creator dies he is left alone and unfinished with only scissors for hands until a kindly townswoman invites him to live with her suburban family. Can Edward find his place in the well-meaning community which struggles to see past his curious appearance to the innocence and gentleness within?

Matthew Bourne’s magical dance production of Edward Scissorhands has carved a place in the hearts of audiences worldwide since its premiere in 2005.

Based on the classic Tim Burton movie and featuring the hauntingly beautiful music of Danny Elfman and Terry Davies, Bourne and his New Adventures Company return to this witty, bittersweet story of an incomplete boy left alone in a strange new world.

Filmed live in March 2024 at the Wales Millenium Centre, Cardiff, this ’visually arresting and ceaselessly inventive’ (★★★★★ Metro) production is ‘the perfect treat for all the family’ (★★★★★ The Times).

Thursday 26 Sep 202419:00

National Theatre Live: Prima Facie (15)

National Theatre Live present the Empire Street Production of

Prima Facie

written by Suzie Miller

directed by Justin Martin

Jodie Comer’s (Killing Eve) Olivier and Tony Award-winning performance in Suzie Miller’s

gripping one-woman play returns to cinemas.

Tessa is a young, brilliant barrister. She has worked her way up from working class

origins to be at the top of her game; defending; cross examining and winning. An

unexpected event forces her to confront the lines where the patriarchal power of the law,

burden of proof and morals diverge.

Prima Facie takes us to the heart of where emotion and experience collide with the rules

of the game.

Justin Martin directs this solo tour de force, captured live in 2022 during a sold out run at the

Harold Pinter Theatre in London’s West End.


★★★★ ‘West End debuts don’t come more astonishing than this solo tour de force by Jodie Comer’


★★★★ ‘An extraordinarily gutsy and rich performance by Jodie Comer’ (Evening Standard)

★★★★ ‘An unforgettable moment of theatre’ (WhatsOnStage)

★★★★ (Guardian, Telegraph, Times, Independent, The Stage)

Thursday 12 Sep 202419:00


The Royal Opera: Offenbach’s THE TALES OF HOFFMAN

Four women: four curious love stories. Juan Diego Flórez leads a fantastic cast in Offenbach's dream-like opera.

Cast: Juan Diego Flórez, Alex Esposito, Olga Pudova, Ermonela Jaho, Marina Costa-Jackson, Julie Boulianne

Director: Damiano Michieletto

Conductor: Antonello Manacorda

Wednesday 15 January 2025, 6.45pm

Running time: 245 minutes, Two intervals

Sung in French with English subtitle.

Wednesday 15 Jan 202518:45



Tumble down the rabbit hole in this ballet adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s famous family story. Journey through Wonderland with Alice and encounter a host of curious characters in Christopher Wheeldon’s unique theatrical interpretation.

Choreography: Christopher Wheeldon

Music: Joby Talbot

LIVE: Tuesday 15 October 2024, 7.15pm

Running time: 205 minutes, two intervals

Tuesday 15 Oct 202419:15


The Royal Ballet: THE NUTCRACKER

Discover the enchantment of ballet with this sparkling festive treat for the whole family. Julia Trevelyan Oman’s period designs bring festive charm to Peter Wright’s beloved Royal Ballet production, as fairytale magic comes together with spectacular dancing in this unforgettable classic ballet. Captured live December 2023

Choreography: Peter Wright after Lev Ivanov

Music: Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky

Saturday 21 December, 7pm

Tuesday 24 December, 2pm

Running time: 165 minutes, one interval

Saturday 21 Dec 202419:00
Tuesday 24 Dec 202414:00



Sensuous contemporary ballet meets the energy of musical theatre in four distinctive short works. Fool’s Paradise, The Two of Us, Us, An American in Paris: four works showing the remarkable choreographic range of The Royal Ballet's Artistic Associate, Christopher Wheeldon.


Luminescent and shimmering, Fool’s Paradise marked the first of Wheeldon’s many collaborations with composer Joby Talbot. It was created in 2007 for Wheeldon’s own company, Morphoses, and first performed in 2012 by The Royal Ballet.


The wistful songs of Joni Mitchell set the scene for the UK premiere of The Two of Us, a duet of deep intimacy and yearning. It was created in 2020 for the Fall for Dance Festival in New York, and had American ballet dancers Sarah Mearns and David Hallberg in its original cast.


Us is a tender duet danced by two men. It was created in 2017 for BalletBoyz and is set to Keaten Henson’s music.


The Royal Ballet celebrates Wheeldon’s extraordinary success in musical theatre by performing the ballet scene from his Tony Award-winning musical An American in Paris. Set to Gershwin’s jazzy melodies, the musical is inspired by the 1951 film of the same name starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron. The musical went on to win four Tony awards.  The full musical depicts a blossoming romance between the American G.I. Jerry Mulligan and a French ballerina, Lise Dassin. The ballet excerpt was Wheeldon’s take on one of the most memorable scenes from the film – an extended sequence in which the two central characters dance through Paris.  

LIVE: Thursday 22 May 2025, 7.15pm

Running time: 180 minutes (Runtime and intervals TBC)

Thursday 22 May 202519:15


The Royal Ballet: CINDERELLA

This Christmas, be transported into an ethereal world where a sprinkling of fairy dust makes dreams come true. This enchanting ballet by The Royal Ballet’s Founding Choreographer Frederick Ashton is a theatrical experience for all the family.

Choreography: Frederick Ashton

Music: Sergei Prokofiev

LIVE: Tuesday 10 December 2024, 7.15pm

ENCORE: Thursday 12 December, 2pm

Running time: 195 minutes, Two intervals

Tuesday 10 Dec 202419:15
Thursday 12 Dec 202414:00


The Royal Opera: Wagner’s DIE WALKURE

Gods and mortals battle in the second chapter of Wagner’s Ring cycle. Conductor Antonio Pappano and director Barrie Kosky reunite to continue the mythical adventure that began with Das Rheingold in 2023.

Cast: Christopher Maltman, Elisabet Strid, Lise Davidsen, Stanislas de Barbeyrac, Soloman Howard

Director: Barrie Kosky

Conductor: Antonio Pappano

LIVE: Wednesday 14 May 2025, 5.15pm

Running time: 365 minutes (Runtime and intervals TBC)

Sung in German with English subtitles

Wednesday 14 May 202517:15


The Royal Ballet: ROMEO & JULIET

The greatest love story ever told – through ballet. An ancient family feud casts a long shadow over the town of Verona. In this hothouse of tension, brawls are quick to break out and both sides get caught in the crossfire.

Choreography: Kenneth MacMillan

Music: Sergey Prokofiev

LIVE: Thursday 20 March 2025, 7.15pm GMT

ENCORE: Tuesday 25 March, 2pm

Running time: 210 minutes, Two intervals

Thursday 20 Mar 202519:15
Tuesday 25 Mar 202514:00


The Royal Ballet: SWAN LAKE

Classical ballet's most powerful tale of love, treachery and forgiveness. Captured live April 2024

Choreography: Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov

Music: Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky

Additional Choreography: Liam Scarlett and Frederick Ashton

Thursday 27 February 2025, 7.15pm

Friday 28 February, 2pm

Running time: 210 minutes, Two intervals

Thursday 27 Feb 202519:15
Friday 28 Feb 202514:00


The Royal Opera: Mozart’s THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO

It’s Figaro’s wedding, and you’re invited to join the Almaviva household for an uproarious day of revelation and scandal. Mozart’s comic opera is packed with plot twists, forbidden desires and unforgettable melodies, combining laugh-out-loud comedy with moments of breathtaking beauty.

Cast: Luca Micheletti, Ying Fang, Huw Montague Rendall, Jacquelyn Stucker

Director: David McVicar

Conductor: Julia Jones

Friday 13 September 2024, 6.30pm

Running time: 240 minutes, One interval

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

Friday 13 Sep 202418:30


The Royal Opera : Puccini’s TURANDOT

Puccini’s captivating opera of a cold-hearted princess and her mysterious suitor. Featuring the ever-popular ‘Nessun dorma’, this opera of love and revenge is brought to life in a dazzling production.

Cast: Sondra Radvanovsky, SeokJong Baek, Gemma Summerfield, Adam Palka

Director: Andrei Șerban

Conductor: Raphael Payare

LIVE: Tuesday 1 April 2025, 7.15pm

Running time: 205 minutes, Two intervals

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

Tuesday 1 Apr 202519:15

Riviera Dogs

Riviera Dogs

Riviera Dogs are a 5 piece 80s party band hailing from Torbay 'The English Riviera' …no lycra, wigs or make up just faithful, respectful renditions of songs from the best decade in music!. Started as a side project in 2013  they soon found themselves in high demand and are now firmly established as the first choice for 80s nostalgia across the UK; the band is made up of professional musicians all with a wealth of experience and includes current touring members for Joss Stone & Bastille.


Over the years they have headlined many music festivals and provided entertainment for numerous high profile corporate events with support slots for 80s legends Go West, ASWAD, Katrina & The Waves & Boney M along the way.


With a high energy front man and a professional sound and light show Riviera Dogs promise you a 'feel good' night of big hits, movie tunes and forgotten gems all guaranteed to give you a night to remember!

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Friday 13 Dec 202420:00

The Dave Hankin Big Band

Following their highly successful shows throughout the South West the Dave Hankin Big Band make a welcome return to The Flavel Dartmouth.

You are invited to experience music that is guaranteed to get your feet tapping with “Swing” being the order of the day!

Come and hear unforgettable music from the likes of Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Buddy Rich, Duke Ellington, Nelson Riddle, and vocal swing from the Rat Pack.

This is an unmissable show for big band and swing fans and all music lovers alike. Audiences of all ages will be thrilled by the sound of this amazing Big Band.

 The Dave Hankin Big Band have been described in the press as 'jaw-droppingly good' and 'exceptional...they could not be bettered'.

A PRE SHOW SUPPER CAN BE BOOKED HERE Dave Hankin Big Band: Flavel Bistro Pre-show Supper

Friday 19 Jul 202419:30