Any Upcoming events for 2024 will be listed here as soon as they are known.
Some of the events that happened in Summer 2023 are also listed.

Charity Fundraising Event for Seaton Hospice at Home - Sunday 16th June 11:30am

There will be an amazing tour of the caves followed by a performance of Singers ‘n Stringers Ukulele band from Hampshire in the caves.
Tickets £12, Concessions £10, Under 5’s free.
Call to book a place: 01297 680 282 and bring cash to pay on the day.
Please arrive from 11:00am for the 11:30am tour.

Caves Singing Tour with MenSing - Wren Music's men's choir.
Saturday 13th July from 7pm to 8pm

This is another superb walking tour of the caves with folk songs.
Tickets £12, Concessions £10, Under 5s FREE.
Call to book a place: 01297 680 282 and bring cash to pay on the day.
The event opens from 6:30pm and a Bar & food will be  available after the tour.

Seaton Acapella

Music From The Caves 2
With Seaton Acapella & The Sea Gals was on
Saturday 18th May 2024 3pm and 5.30pm

After a very successful concert in 2023, the group returned for another stunning performance.
Tickets were £10 available from Seaton Print & design, Harbour Road, Seaton or from the caves Tel: 01297 680 282. 
Food and BBQ was available.
Any Profits were donated to the RNLI. 


IN 2023 Four of Swords presented OEDIPUS - 5th to 31st Oct 2023

This October FOUR OF SWORDS leads you back into the belly of the earth to witness a terrifying tale of fate versus free will.

The legendary riddle-master Oedipus does battle with the crafty Sphinx! He gains the crown of Thebes, and wins the hand in marriage of its mighty queen, Jocasta. Fast forward years in the future, and Thebes is once more under threat: not from a supernatural beast like the Sphinx, but from a pestilence which shall not be abated until the murderous criminal harboured in the city’s midst is exposed. Oedipus is determined to fulfil his  duty, to hunt out this criminal, to leave no stone unturned in the pursuit, regardless of the consequences…!  

Tom Walker

TOM WALKER Subterranean - Was on Saturday 21st October 2023

Tom Walker who made his name – and earned his Number One album, 2019 Brit Award, & international hit in ‘Leave A Light On’ performed at the caves as part of his Subterranean Tour with an early and late show.

This was an opportunity not to be missed!

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Tom Walker today makes a poignant return, sounding like you’ve never heard him before on brand new, defining single ‘Burn’.

‘Burn’ arrives as a rallying cry from an artist who made his name – and earned his Number One album, 2019 Brit Award, & international hit in ‘Leave A Light On’ – for the candour in his craft. But what happens when that artist, with two million worldwide album sales and over three billion global streams in tow, nearly calls it quits?

The songs he wrote last year for album number two? Binned. The half-measures and second-guessing? Burned. The relationship with his record label? Fractured. Just like any job, Tom Walker wasn’t immune to the pressures of work and high expectations. Exhausted from the ongoing pressure of being present on social media and of the criticism from his record label on over 130 “mediocre” songs he’d written, he was fuming…

“I had just done seven days of rehearsal in a row, straight into a UK tour, then into 2 weeks of writing, worked my arse off every hour, of every day for months," Tom explains. “When the powers that be came back having a dig at the songs I'd poured my heart and my soul into, I absolutely lost it. I honestly thought ‘I’m going to have to call it a day with music, it was making me miserable' I was angry, and you can hear that in ‘Burn’. In many lines of work, music included, you give it everything and sacrifice every other aspect of your life and it's never enough.”

Tom subsequently headed out to Los Angeles to write with the McDonough brothers, Ryan Daly & Castle, who’s credits between them include Joji, Khalid, Mimi Webb and John Legend. “Their love and passion for the whole thing reignited something in me that I didn't realise I'd lost – which was the excitement and the love and the trying of brand new things.”

The results speak for themselves. On ‘Burn’, that song writing skill now comes armed and armour-plated with dynamic production, propulsive rhythm and multi-coloured soundscapes.

“I gave you my blood, my sweat, my tears / And all you ever did was leave me here / Set me on fire cause you love the hurt,” sings Walker, like his life depended on it, taking a swipe at the record label over urgent, hammering beats, teeing up a towering chorus: “Set me on fire just to watch me… BURN.” Like the man said: he sounds like he’s been pushed to his absolute limit, and the song that came at the lowest moment in his relationship with the label, ends up being the track the label demanded be his comeback single.

“The day I wrote ‘Burn’, I thought ‘Blow everyone, I'm sick of this" Tom summises. “I scrapped a whole album and decided to go back to making songs that I love. Songs that make the hairs stand up on the back of my neck. Songs that bring a tear to my eye. Songs that actually mean something to me.”

Since bursting into the charts with huge tracks ‘Leave A Light On’ and ‘Just You And I’, selling out shows across the globe and becoming the biggest selling UK signed artist of 2019, Tom has gone from strength to strength, and in 2021, took part in a truly special performance with The Duchess Of Cambridge from Westminster Abbey where she joined Tom on piano for a memorable version of his track ‘For Those Who Can’t Be Here’.

But now, looking ahead, as Tom succinctly puts it; “I will die for these songs. It’s the first time in a long time I’ve felt like that. You’ve got to ignore what everyone else wants from you, and you’ve got to back yourself.”

And with that, welcome to the exciting, limitless next phase of Tom Walker. A man who knows where he’s headed: to arena-scale songs with molecular-level heart.


Four of Swords presented MEDEA - Wed 5th to Sat 15th July

This July FOUR OF SWORDS lead you back into the belly of the earth to witness a terrifying tale of has-been heroes, magic and mayhem.
Medea, high priestess of Colchis and grand-daughter of the Sun, betrayed her homeland in order to elope with her lover, Jason, and assist him in his quest for the fabled Golden Fleece. Fifteen years down the line, however, things have certainly not turned out “happily ever after”. Jason is abandoning Medea, and the children she has borne him, and entering into a new marriage with the princess of Corinth. Hell, as the saying goes, hath no fury…

First reading of the Beer Quarry Caves Quantum Operetta.

Awaiting suitable date for this production.

A first reading and songs from an operetta being written for the caves by the award winning librettist Kevin Cahill will be held for local drama groups from East Devon. Entrance is free that evening and will be followed by a glass of wine and a discussion at the kiosk.

Kevin’s first operetta Dado, based on the Devon writer John Gay’s Beggar’s Opera, won major awards in Ireland when it was performed in Cork, Derry, Dublin and at other places. It was later performed at the National Liberal Club in London and at the Novosti Theater in Moscow. 

This operetta is a love story based on a girl of Beer who becomes a Channel 4 news presenter. When she was young she and two friends had a Quantum epiphany  underneath a crack created in the cave walls by a seismic event 120 million years ago. (The crack is still there) When  an international conglomerate tries to take over the caves to store stolen data, she returns to Beer to investigate. In the last scene the Royal Marines arrive and all ends well with the baddies banged up in Exeter jail. 


Maybe we will be able to have another Spooky Hallowe’en Tour this year!

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