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The Vintage Hour, Fashion Talk Evening

The Vintage Hour Presents ‘The Influence of Asia on Vintage Fashion’ Tuesday 20th November, 7pm-8pm After last months success of our first ever fashion talk, we are delighted to announce next exposé, ‘The Influence of Asia on Vintage Fashion’. Having grown up in South East Asia, Willow has accumulated a wealth of knowledge on the […]

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Safia Minney Talk

Safia Minney talks about how sustainable and fair fashion happens and why it needs to become the new norm: She’ll share her experience in setting up People Tree, and working with Po-Zu and her book ‘Slave to Fashion’. We are delighted to be hosting an intimate talk with  Safia Minney MBE. Safia is a social entrepreneur, […]

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Owen Jones: Building a New Britain

The old unjust order is crumbling. The British people are turning against a system rigged in favour of bankers, tax dodgers, and low pay bosses. A new society is in reach: one that puts the needs and aspirations of the many ahead of profit for the few. How do we build a new Britain and […]

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‘The Vintage Hour’ Victorian Mourning Jewellery & The Fashion Of Death

Following the tradition of Halloween, our first talk will be on the topic of Victorian Mourning Jewellery and the ‘Fashion in Death’. This talk will be held by Rachel Snowdon, a collector and curator of Antique and Victorian mourning pieces. Before “death photography” was introduced, family members would use jewellery to remember a loved one. […]

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Author Event with Emer Stamp

Come and meet author Emer Stamp and learn more about Pig and his friends at Exeter Library. Emer grew up in Devon and is the author and illustrator of The Unbelievable Top Secret Diary of Pig, and The Super Amazing Adventures of me, Pig. She sometimes wishes she had chosen slightly shorter titles! This event […]

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Bestselling Author Lesley Pearse at Exeter Library

Lesley is celebrating 25 years in publishing and will be discussing her new book “The House Across the Street”. Copies of the book will be sold at the event. The event is part of National Libraries Week at Exeter Library. Tickets, including a cream tea, are £6 from the library help point or £6.88 from Eventbrite.

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Best-Selling Author Joanna Trollope

Joanna will be here to discuss her latest book “An Unsuitable Match”, an a uplifting story of love, family and second chances. Rose Woodrowe has just got engaged to Tyler Masson – a wonderful, sensitive man who is head-over-heels in love with her. The only problem? This isn’t the first time for either of them, […]

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WOW Women of the World Festival, Exeter

In 2018, the year that marked the 100th anniversary since some women got the vote in the UK, and when #MeToo shook the world, we have brought together artists, writers, politicians, comedians, activists and more for the 2nd annual WOW Exeter at RAMM, Exeter Phoenix and Exeter Library. WOW is a celebration of the achievements […]

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Conservation in Action

Tue 9 to Fri 12, and Tue 16 to Wed 17 Oct, 10am to 5pm, Free, drop in. Visitors can watch conservator Seonaid Wood as she conserves one of RAMM’s largest paintings, Lucy Kemp-Welch’s In Sight – Lord Dundonald’s Dash on Ladysmith, for exhibition later in the year. Volunteers will be on hand to explain […]

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