Burning Doors: 28-29 Sep
Belarus Free Theatre and Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokina explore artistic repression in this blazingly contemporary new production
New Trustees appointed
Two new Board members appointed as Dartington seeks sustainable future
Every year at Dartington we welcome over 800,000 visitors who take part in our events, courses, and festivals and enjoy our cinema, shops, restaurant and gardens, proceeds from which fund our extensive charitable work.
Inspired by our founders, Dorothy and Leonard Elmhirst, we are currently working towards a new long-term vision to be a pioneer of deep personal and societal change. Click here to find out more.
Crafted @ Dartington
Our programme of affordable, accessible activities that provide great craft for everyone just got better.
Totnes Early Music Society concerts
TEMS return to showcase a new autumn/winter programme in partnership with The Arts at Dartington.
Belarus Free Theatre
Persecuted artists will not be silenced: an astonishing, contemporary new work featuring Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokina.
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Dartington is changing
The Dartington Hall Trust is currently going through a time of significant transformation. We are working towards a new long-term vision to be a pioneer of deep personal and societal change, inspired by our founders Dorothy and Leonard Elmhirst and their concept of a ‘many-sided’ life’.
Gallery: Dartington’s Great Hall & Gardens