Torbay Rocks with Legendary Music Promoter Lionel Digby

Legendary Devon music promoter, Lionel Digby, reflects on the bands who came to the Bay in the 60s and 70s. From The Who and Cream to The Beatles; sit back and glimpse into our musical past. Want to see more? Go see Lionel’s music memorabilia at the Torbay Rocks archive until 24 March at Torquay’s Torre Abbey.

Stunning Stone Sculptures by Sam Bennett

Sam Bennett is an emerging artist in Torbay, who makes stunning sculptors from stone, driftwood and any other material he can find washed-up at the local beaches and coves. His transient sculptures are born from a love of the dramatic Devon coastline. Meet Sam Bennett and see your local beach through new eyes.

The Shorely Scoffs down Veganuary at Fat Cow

The only thing we like better than talking about food, is eating food. Join us at The Shorely as we sample and review South Devon’s independent food and drink scene. This month, we had to give that thing called Veganuary a try by heading to The Fat Cow at Torquay harbour.

Feel good at The Foundry

In the first of a series of features, The Shorely looks at the venues and people that are making sweet music in the Bay. Let us introduce you to The Foundry: an independently owned venue down in Torquay that’s igniting the local scene with local artists and big name sell-out shows.