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Aeronauts [PG]

  • 15/11/2019 to 21/11/2019

Set in 1862, the high-flying tale of pilot Amelia Wren, a wealthy young widow, and James Glaisher, an ambitious scientist as they mount a balloon expedition to fly higher than anyone in history. More Info >

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Illuminate the Darkness

  • 15/11/2019 to 22/11/2019

For the first time, we are hugely excited to present Illuminate the Darkness - a unique opportunity to explore the gardens after dark and experience the magic of Dartington once the sun has set. More Info >

Shezad Dawood Leviathan Cycle, Episode 4: Jamila (film still) 2018 HD Video, 10'36’’. Commissioned by Barakat Contemporary, Seoul, HE.RO, Amsterdam, Arts Council, England and MUBI. Courtesy of the artist and UBIK Productions.

Dartington LASER talks: Art After the Collapse

  • 15/11/2019 to 22/11/2019

Art After The Collapse is a provocative series of talk events at Dartington. Featuring 15 leading artists and thinkers, the talks focus on how artists can point us at directions for ‘deep adaptation’ to a climate and ecological collapse that some say has already started to happen. More Info >

Exhibition: Turn

  • 16/11/2019 to 08/01/2020

An exhibition of videography, collage, painting and more by Kate Paxman and Rachael Bennett, curated by Steve Brown. More Info >

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Bike maintenance workshops

  • 16/11/2019 to 07/12/2019

Bike Explosion's workshops walk participants through all aspects of cycle mechanics from the basics of puncture repair and brake adjustments to the more in-depth skills of gear alignment and complete rebuilds. More Info >

Exhibition: Colleen Pope

  • 16/11/2019 to 04/01/2020

Collen Pope returns to the place where her career began to showcase a stunning exhibition of hand-woven rugs, all inspired by the colours of nature. More Info >

The Day I Fell into a Book

  • 16/11/2019 to 17/11/2019

The Day I Fell Into A Book is an immersive storytelling adventure for 8-12 year olds and their grown ups, that explores the magic of reading and the vitality of young imaginations. More Info >

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