TONIGHT (Friday Sept. 7):
In St John’s Church from 7.30, talk on the Bronze Age Astronomy of Dartmoor. £5 for adults, free for kids in tow. Poster at end of this.
Also tonight, Meavy Cinema is showing the Guernsey Literature & Potato Peel Society, doors open at the village hall, 7.30 for 8.
Also tonight, a romp through As You Like It, at or outside Clearbrook Hall, depending on weather, from 7.30 pm, by small theatre group The Pantaloons.
TOMORROW (Sat. Sept 8):
The Shape Of Water at Yelverton Cinema, St Paul’s Church Hall, doors 7 for 7.30.
SUNDAY (Sept 9):
Open mike night at Leaping Salmon.
TUESDAY. Sept 11:
Horrabridge Parish Council meeting. For a report on last month click here
Also Tuesday, Widecombe Fair. For a briefing on that …
WEDNESDAY, Sept 12:
Big farewell, from the Marines and the London Inn, for Sgt Ken Corden, 11.30 am at Weston Mill Crematorium, Plymouth, PL2 2EP, and afterwards in the London Inn.
THURSDAY, Sept 13:
Antiques Roadshow filming at Buckfast Abbey – public welcome.
NEXT SATURDAY, Sept. 15:
Plymouth Seafood Festival, centred on the Barbican area.
Up off the M5 between Tiverton and Taunton, a bizarrist film props studio called Forkbeard Fantasy, “Architects of Humour & Invention”, is opening to the public September 8-28, 11 am to 6 pm, as part of Devon Open Studios month. Look em up at www.forkbeardfantasy.co.uk and click Museum. A presentation by Forkbeard duo the Brittonioni Brothers will open the Chagford Film Festival on September 24, by the way. See www.chagfordfilmfestival.com/
Inside the world of Forkbeard Fantasy: picture by David Leyland
A live production of War Horse is running at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth
For more What’s On, check the Horrabridge Times calendar at