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Tagore Festival

An event in April in Devon
Dartington Hall
Totnes
Devon
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Take part in a fantastic programme of creative activities, concerts, talks, walks, films and workshops to celebrate spring. Spend the whole weekend or pop in to just a few of the events either way we look forward to welcoming you.

Tagore Festival is inspired by Rabindranath Tagore, the Nobel Prize-winner whose passions for the arts, education and ecology shaped the Dartington we know today. As well as performance, films, workshops, exhibitions and talks you can meditate in our Japanese meditation garden, try al fresco Tai Chi, sample the cuisine of Kerala, check out the therapy tent or get the family together to hunt for treats in the glorious grounds.

Tickets 3.50 - 15 (Individual events sold separately)
Box Office 01803 847070

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