The award-winning singer let slip she would be headlining this year's Glastonbury Festival while talking to fans during a live performance.Read the full story ›
The duo that brought us famous catch phrases like "To Me" "To You" are helping a South Devon based company become a worldwide hit.Read the full story ›
The team behind a dinosaur-themed museum in a Dorset quarry have confirmed that the project is to go ahead despite the death of its founder. Jurassica is an 80 million pound scheme planned for a site on Portland. It was dreamed up by Michael Hanlon, who died from a heart attack last month aged 51. The scheme's trustees say they hope to get planning permission next year.
Drum n Bass duo Chase & Status will be making a hotly anticipated return to the golden Cornish coastline for the surf and music festival Boardmasters, as they get set to entertain festival goers.
They’re no strangers to Boardmasters, having headlined back in 2014. Back by popular demand, Chase & Status are sure entertain Watergate Bay this summer.
Also amongst the line-up so far:
- James Bay
- Kaiser Chiefs
- Craig David
- Wolf Alice
- Gabrielle Aplin
- Jamie Lawson
It's been revealed that the Devon band Muse will Friday night headliners at Glastonbury Festival.
They will become the first group to have headlined on the Pyramid stage on all three nights. They appeared on the Saturday night in 2010 and Saturday in 2004.
They announced their appearance on Twitter:
Known for their impressive sets - the trio - who hail from Teignmouth - are sure to put on a good show in June.
Coldplay, whose lead singer Chris Martin comes from Devon, has been named Best British group at the Brit Awards - for the fourth timeRead the full story ›
A vibrant tapestry by artist Grayson Perry goes on show at the National Trust’s Castle Drogo next monthRead the full story ›
Muse have won the Grammy for Best Rock Album at the awards last night. The rock band from Teignmouth won with the album Drones.Read the full story ›
Cornwall's surf and music festival, has announced it's first headline act to hit the main stage this summer.Read the full story ›
Move over Doc Martin, now it's the turn of Never Land, to keep Port Isaac firmly in the centre of the camera's lens.Read the full story ›