2013 Juno nominee Annabelle Chvostek is a versatile singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist born and raised in Toronto. In 2004, she was selected to replace Cara Luft in the Juno-winning Wailin’ Jennys, a gig that took her from obscurity to international acclaim.
In 2007, she left the Jennys and reprised her solo career, releasing Resilience, in 2008. Resilience was nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award for Contemporary Album of the Year and became the second most-played Canadian album at US folk radio at the start of 2009.
Exeter College BTEC 90 Credit Diploma Performing Arts.
Since the start of the academic year Exeter College BTEC 90 Credit Diploma Performing Arts students have been studying the theory and practice of theatre practitioner Brecht. Through exploration students have been assessed in their practical understanding of acting techniques. The Practitioner Project Showcase is a selection of the best work that students from the course have created from assessments earlier in the academic year.
Exeter College BTEC 90 Credit Diploma Performing Arts
Since the start of the academic year Exeter College BTEC 90 Credit Diploma Performing Arts students have been studying the theory and practice of theatre practitioners Berkoff, Artaud & Ionesco. Through exploration students have been assessed in their practical understanding of acting techniques. The Practitioner Project Showcase is a selection of the best work that students from the course have created from assessments earlier in the...
Wonder Productions are pleased to be back at Exeter Barnfield Theatre this year to bring to the stage our ALL NEW production, Jack and the Beanstalk as part of our seven week national tour.
Times are hard for the Trott family; they have no money which means they can’t afford to pay the rent. The only thing they have of any value is their beloved cow, which they decide they have to sell. But when Jack is sent to market to do the terrible deed, he comes home with nothing but a handful of mouldy old beans – and that’s when the magic really begins!
Clare Teal’s Festive Fiesta – a unique blend of seasonal swing, cheeky latin grooves and a smattering of cozy fireside ballads to add a little romance; a fabulous 1950s themed cocktail party of sounds and songs made famous by the likes of Peggy Lee, Doris Day, Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole and Ella Fitzgerald.
Join the Stan Hacking Concert Band for a wonderful evening of music. This woodwind, brass and percussion band will entertain you with a wide variety of music including marches, classical favourites, music from film and stage and of course plenty of Christmas classics.
This Christmas the band will be supporting the charities Devon Air Ambulance and ELF (Exeter Leukaemia Fund).
Tickets £9, only available from 01392 465462 / 01392 447672 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
‘A Victorian Christmas’ is a fun and festive celebration of the Yuletide our ancestors would have known. Following highly successful tours in 2011 and 2012, acclaimed historical entertainment company Blast From The Past invite you tojoin them in 2013 for an evening of music, song, stories and drama from the time of Dickens and Hardy.
The cast of musicians and actors invite you to join them for some of your favourite carols(with songsheets provided) as well introducing you to some more obscure but no less beautiful festive songs from the 19th century. They also perform a festive...
Exeter Little Theatre Company return once again to the Exeter Barnfield Theatre with their 59th annual fun filled family pantomime.
Join Dick Whittington and his faithful feline friend Tommy on their quest to seek fame and fortune in the city of London, where the streets are paved with gold and the evil King Rat dwells.
Dick dreams of being Lord Mayor of London. However, he is going to need all the help he can get to prove his innocence to win back the love of the beautiful Alice, and triumph over King Rat and his rancid rat pack.
Star of Channel 4’s ‘The Last Leg’ BBC1’s ‘Live At The Apollo’ and ‘Mock The Week’, Josh Widdicombe returns to the road this autumn touring his brand new show ‘Incidentally…’
The last twelve months have been incredible for the Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee 2011 Josh Widdicombe, with the hit Channel 4 show ‘The Last Leg’ being commissioned for two series after its success during the Paralympics Games. Josh also picked up the coveted Saturday breakfast slot on XFM and his much-loved show features regularly in the iTunes Podcast Top...