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Festival Of The Dead Brings 'The Dark Carnival' To Life As It Arrives In Exeter On Spectacular 2019 Tour

Festival of the Dead brings 'The Dark Carnival' to life in Exeter

Festival Of The Dead, the hugely popular 'deathly fiesta' lands at The Great Hall, University of Exeter on Friday 25th October for its 4th year touring, with brand new, mind-blowing production infusing carnival, circus, theatre and clubbing. New for 2019, Festival of the Dead presents 'The Dark Carnival' featuring a whole new cast of characters and otherworldly creations, acrobats, circus performers, magnificent carnival processions through the crowd, and much more, all set to a high octane soundtrack.

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Authored by Mike Page
Posted: Mon, 09/09/2019 - 9:55am

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Exeter College students in Honduras

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Authored by stephendixon
Posted: Thu, 09/05/2019 - 11:45am

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Authored by Mike Page
Posted: Thu, 09/05/2019 - 4:28am

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Alison Squire and Karen Mcanally collecting their GCSE results

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Authored by stephendixon
Posted: Wed, 08/28/2019 - 2:11pm

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Some Exeter College vocational students at the garden party

Exeter College hosts Celebration of Vocational Learners

Authored by stephendixon
Posted: Fri, 08/23/2019 - 9:44am

Exeter College’s vocational students joined together to celebrate their achievements in a garden party held at the college’s Hele Road campus.

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Childline helps rising number of young people with exam result fears

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Mon, 08/19/2019 - 7:49am

A growing number of young people are turning to Childline, deeply worried about their exam results. 

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Principal John Laramy celebrates with Exeter College students

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Authored by stephendixon
Posted: Thu, 08/15/2019 - 12:13pm

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Next Steps South West Ambassador testing out VR at an outreach event

OfS extend funding for outreach partnership

Authored by stephendixon
Posted: Fri, 08/02/2019 - 12:57pm

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