ISCA String Sextet will be performing at Sidmouth Parish Church on Saturday, October 12.
The programme will include Haydn : String Quartet Op.74 No. 3 Rider; Charles West: Opisthotonos for string sextet (first performance); Puccini: Chrysanthemums, and Brahms: String Sextet Op. 18 No 1. The concert starts at 7.30pm and will raise funds for the MS Society.
EATS Everything have defined a whole genre of forward-thinking underground house music.
Few producers in the history of dance music have made such a rapid and far-reaching impact on the electronic music scene so expect a great night when Eats Everything perform at Exeter Phoenix on Saturday, October 12, from 9pm to 2am.
Supporting will be Cedric Maison, Dan Wild & Tom Rio and South West based residents. Tickets from £7. Call 01392 667080 or visit www.exeterphoenix.org.uk
ONE of the biggest shows of its kind in the UK which takes audiences on a thrilling and breathtaking musical journey through the '40s to '70s is Memories Are Made of This.
It arrives at the Barnfield Theatre, Exeter, on Wednesday, October 16, with shows at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Tickets cost £14. Call 01392 270891 or visit www.barnfieldtheatre.org.uk
BOURNEMOUTH Symphony Orchestra return with a programme including Elgar and Beethoven at Exeter University's Great Hall on Thursday, October 17.
Tickets for the concert, starting at 7.30pm, cost £12.50 to £36.50 adults, under 18s £1. Call 01392 667080 on visit www.bsolive.com
THERE is nothing more exciting than live bhangra music, and one of the best bhangra bands, RSVP, is coming to Lympstone Village Hall on Saturday, October 12. The music originates in the Punjab region of India, but has now firmly rooted itself in England. The Bristol-based band has played on the massive stages of Glastonbury five years in a row, and has just returned from a successful tour of Europe. Villages in Action are promoting their tour of Devon, and this concert is presented by Lympstone Entertainments. The show comes with an introduction to bhangra dance, and to partying Punjabi style. Tickets from Shear's Café, Lympstone (not Weds), or phone 07516 322 853.
AN exciting night of Jive and Swing Dance comes to Topsham on Saturday, October 12.
The evening follows a similar successful event earlier in the year and it will again be staged by South West Swing Dance and will start at 8pm at The Matthews Hall in Fore Street.
Music will be by Devon based Just Misbehavin' with their lively mix of swing jazz and jive dance music. They will be supported by DJ Paul 'Zoot' Thornton.
Singer, Lynn Thornton, said: "We love playing for the dance audience who really enjoy our mixture of well known songs and the odd quirky number."
Tickets cost £10 and are available on the door. Squash, water and nibbles provided, but no bar, so please feel free to bring your own drinks.