Villages in Action will be hosting an evening of live music, theatre and spoken word at Powderham Castle’s old riding school as part of the From Devon With Love festival tomorrow, Friday.

The evening will kick off at 7pm with a work in progress showing of The Washing Machine of Destiny by Luca Saunders and Philip Robinson.

This will be followed by spoken word artist Shaday Barrowes-Bayewunmi’s Universalis, and the event will conclude with live music from Družba - with a variety of songs from East Europe; Russia, Ukraine, Romania and Hungary.

A bar will be available throughout the evening and audience members are invited to share feedback with the artists after each performance.

Organised by Devon-based arts organisations Villages in Action and Art at Powderham, this event is part of the From Devon With Love festival - an annual scratch performance festival which supports some of the region’s best talent to test new work in front of a live audience.

Scratch is a process of developing creative work that involves the audience from the onset, with artists sharing in-development work with an audience, who then help to shape the work through their immediate responses and feedback.

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