The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 
Nov
24
7:30 PM19:30

The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 

A bit of history, comedy, and some radical thinking.  Exmoor, Dartmoor, and Devon’s important role in getting our rights recognised as ordinary people 800 years ago may mean that your electricity bill is illegal, and you can feed your pigs on acorns, pick up sticks, and forage for food on land you don’t own, according to an ancient charter celebrating its anniversary this year.  

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Hefted | David Lane  and Multi Story Theatre Company 
Dec
8
7:30 PM19:30

Hefted | David Lane  and Multi Story Theatre Company 

Leaping across landscapes and racing through eras from 1475 to 2075, Hefted will take you on an extraordinary journey through North Devon.  From Dolton in 1780 you’ll come to the Tarka Line in 1861, via the walking wind turbines in Bradworthy in 2005 and onto an imagined future at Lundy Island.  

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The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 
Nov
12
8:00 PM20:00

The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 

A bit of history, comedy, and some radical thinking.  Exmoor, Dartmoor, and Devon’s important role in getting our rights recognised as ordinary people 800 years ago may mean that your electricity bill is illegal, and you can feed your pigs on acorns, pick up sticks, and forage for food on land you don’t own, according to an ancient charter celebrating its anniversary this year.  

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The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 
Nov
10
7:30 PM19:30

The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 

  • St Michael’s Church, East Buckland (map)
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A bit of history, comedy, and some radical thinking.  Exmoor, Dartmoor, and Devon’s important role in getting our rights recognised as ordinary people 800 years ago may mean that your electricity bill is illegal, and you can feed your pigs on acorns, pick up sticks, and forage for food on land you don’t own, according to an ancient charter celebrating its anniversary this year.  

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The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 
Nov
2
6:45 PM18:45

The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 

A bit of history, comedy, and some radical thinking.  Exmoor, Dartmoor, and Devon’s important role in getting our rights recognised as ordinary people 800 years ago may mean that your electricity bill is illegal, and you can feed your pigs on acorns, pick up sticks, and forage for food on land you don’t own, according to an ancient charter celebrating its anniversary this year.  

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The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 
Oct
24
7:30 PM19:30

The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 

A bit of history, comedy, and some radical thinking.  Exmoor, Dartmoor, and Devon’s important role in getting our rights recognised as ordinary people 800 years ago may mean that your electricity bill is illegal, and you can feed your pigs on acorns, pick up sticks, and forage for food on land you don’t own, according to an ancient charter celebrating its anniversary this year.  

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The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 
Oct
19
7:30 PM19:30

The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 

  • St Hieritha’s Church, Chittlehampton (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A bit of history, comedy, and some radical thinking.  Exmoor, Dartmoor, and Devon’s important role in getting our rights recognised as ordinary people 800 years ago may mean that your electricity bill is illegal, and you can feed your pigs on acorns, pick up sticks, and forage for food on land you don’t own, according to an ancient charter celebrating its anniversary this year.  

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The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 
Oct
16
7:30 PM19:30

The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 

A bit of history, comedy, and some radical thinking.  Exmoor, Dartmoor, and Devon’s important role in getting our rights recognised as ordinary people 800 years ago may mean that your electricity bill is illegal, and you can feed your pigs on acorns, pick up sticks, and forage for food on land you don’t own, according to an ancient charter celebrating its anniversary this year.  

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The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 
Oct
5
7:00 PM19:00

The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 

A bit of history, comedy, and some radical thinking.  Exmoor, Dartmoor, and Devon’s important role in getting our rights recognised as ordinary people 800 years ago may mean that your electricity bill is illegal, and you can feed your pigs on acorns, pick up sticks, and forage for food on land you don’t own, according to an ancient charter celebrating its anniversary this year.  

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Tangle of the Commons | Lisa Schneidau 
Sep
29
4:30 PM16:30

Tangle of the Commons | Lisa Schneidau 

  • Sletchcott Woods, Kings Nympton (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Wild plants surround us and shape every aspect of our lives: the food on our plates, the clothes on our backs, and the places we live. But the old stories tell us that the spirits of nature and of place are not all that they seem. What happens when they are pushed too far – and will humans be the worse for it? Whose land is it anyway? 

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The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 
Sep
26
7:30 PM19:30

The Charter of the Forest | Myc Riggulsford 

  • High Bickington Community Centre  (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A bit of history, comedy, and some radical thinking.  Exmoor, Dartmoor, and Devon’s important role in getting our rights recognised as ordinary people 800 years ago may mean that your electricity bill is illegal, and you can feed your pigs on acorns, pick up sticks, and forage for food on land you don’t own, according to an ancient charter celebrating its anniversary this year.  

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Tangle of the Commons | Lisa Schneidau 
Sep
23
1:30 PM13:30

Tangle of the Commons | Lisa Schneidau 

Wild plants surround us and shape every aspect of our lives: the food on our plates, the clothes on our backs, and the places we live. But the old stories tell us that the spirits of nature and of place are not all that they seem. What happens when they are pushed too far – and will humans be the worse for it? Whose land is it anyway? 

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Tangle of the Commons | Lisa Schneidau 
Sep
22
5:30 PM17:30

Tangle of the Commons | Lisa Schneidau 

Wild plants surround us and shape every aspect of our lives: the food on our plates, the clothes on our backs, and the places we live. But the old stories tell us that the spirits of nature and of place are not all that they seem. What happens when they are pushed too far – and will humans be the worse for it? Whose land is it anyway? 

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