Special Dates for the Diary

2015 Events


Friday 29th May & Saturday 30th May- Ukulele Festival

The ukuleles are back in town!!!
After last year’s triumphant, inaugural Babbacombe Ukulele Festival, it’s back and it’s bigger and better than ever (well, bigger and better than last year anyway!)
You will NOT want to miss this so get the date in your diary and prepare to party with us down on Oddicombe Beach.


Friday 29th May

2.30 – 3.30 pm                   Children’s Workshop

6.15pm                                Babbacombe Ukulele Strummers

19:00                                    Red Hot Ukulele Duo

19:45                                    Interval

20.00                                    Red Hot Ukulele Duo

20.45                                    Finish


Saturday 30th May

10.30  – 11.30am                  Adult Workshop

12 .00 – 12.40pm                 Solosists, Duos, Trios

12.50 —  1.20pm                 Newton Abbot Ukulele Band

1.30  — 2.00pm                   The Musketeers, Marldon Ukulele Club

2.10 – 2.40pm                      Hatherleigh Ukulele Bashers

2.50 – 3.20pm                      Soloists and small group

3.30 – 4.00pm                      Exeter Ukulele Band

4.10 – 4.40pm                      Torbay Ukulele Band

4.50 – 5.30pm                      Babbacombe Ukulele Strummers

5.40 – 6.15pm                      All together


* Please note that these times are approximate and the line-up of Bands may be subject to change*


Ukulele Festival




Sunday 21st June- Fathers Day. Special Free Prize Draw for Dads



Saturday 12th September- Agatha Christie Festival Event

It’s the 1920s and, after a celebratory evening on board a luxury yacht, the body of millionaire businessman, Sir Michael Spencer, is found washed ashore on Oddicombe Beach.
Tragic accident or something more sinister?
The suspects are brought ashore, the pathologist is called in and we need your help.
Join us on Saturday 12 September and help solve the mystery by questioning the suspects.
Leave no stone unturned to ensure that any foul play is uncovered.
Oh, and there’s superb live jazz music from High Society all afternoon as well. That may seem a bit disrespectful in the circumstances but we think it’s what Sir Michael would have wanted.
Fantastic family fun for the fourth year running.
From midday to 4pm.
Free to take part (normal Cliff Railway travel costs apply).

Agatha Christie 2015