Take a look at the events happening in and around Brixham throughout March.
The New Jersey Boys - 23rd March @ 7.30pm
The music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons plus tributes to Showaddywaddy and other music legends.
If you are a fan of the West End show,’ The Jersey Boys’, don't miss the chance to see where it all began, this magical time in music history where four boys from New Jersey USA invented their own unique sound.
From the early days in New Jersey, where it all began, this exciting show features their greatest hits including ‘Sherry’, ‘Walk Like a Man’, ‘Big Girls Don't Cry’, ‘Bye Bye Baby’ and much more.
This is an unmissable evening of entertainment which captures the original magic of this outstanding group. Early booking is recommended for this sell out show.
Venue: Brixham Theatre
Chinese Feast at the Guard House - 29th March @ @18:30 - 21:30
Love Chinese food? Don't miss the Chinese Feast evening at the Guardhouse Cafe. Their sous chef Lee lived in China for many years (and met and married a lovely Chinese lady while he was there!).
Lee is making several of his favourite dishes, to be served in bowls for your group to share and try everything, the authentic Chinese way.
Call to book.
The Dave Hankin Big Band in Full Swing - 30th March @ 7.30pm
This is an unmissable show for big band and swing fans and all music lovers alike. Audiences of all ages will be thrilled by the sound of this amazing Big Band.
The Dave Hankin Big Band have been described in the press as "jaw-droppingly good" and "exceptional...they could not be bettered". The Band offers the best of both worlds - a small big band and a pop/rock band with a backing horn section.
Dave is an internationally reknown composer, arranger and band leader. His works have been broadcast on BBC television and radio and his music has been performed by many big bands worldwide, including the BBC Big Band.
Venue: Brixham Theatre
Greenway Camellia Festival - 23 to 31 March @ 10:30 - 17:00
Join the celebration of Greenway's success at being accredited as an International Camellia Garden of Excellence. A daily programme of displays, walks, talks and all things camellia will take place.
This is a free event and booking is not needed.
Floral displays within the house and around the garden buildings will highlight flowers from the camellia collection at Greenway. A changing daily programme of walks, talks and activities will explore the history of the camellia garden at Greenway, the plants found here, care and cultivation of camellias, and art and writing inspired by this precious flower.
Venue: Greenway House