Exeter's biggest comedy night returns on Friday, 4th October. Comedians are to be confirmed, but working with the Comedy Surgery we are guaranteed a line-up of five top comics to keep you laughing all night. Early bird tickets are on sale until Friday, 26th July for £8, or £13 including a hot meal on the evening. Following this, prices will increase to £10 or £15.
After rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018 and sell-out shows in Bristol and Sheffield, Riddlestick Theatre bring their interactive musical comedy The Cabinet of Madame Fanny Du Thé to Exeter Phoenix for one night only on Sunday 28th April.
Their riotous show invites the audience to meet the eccentric 18th century explorer, Madame Fanny, and to take their pick from the weird and wonderful souvenirs in her cabinet of curiosities. For whichever curio they choose, Fanny and her servants perform the elaborate tale behind it, taking the audience on a voyage of hilarity. From...
One of The Guardian's 'Best Shows at the Edinburgh Festival 2018'. Tales of woe, tales of science, tales of curses, tales of defiance. Also, some juggling. Reach into Fanny’s cabinet for a musical voyage of hilarity. But beware! Somebody’s out to sink her ship. Riddlestick Theatre are dedicated to tickling fancies with weird and wonderful stories and enchanting live music. Roll up your sleeves and choose the tales we tell in this riotous celebration of curiosity and imagination. “Their energy is boundless, the script fiercely intelligent and the original live music bound to stay dancing...
Our very own internet sensation, multi award winning, Comedienne, Our Trace! Up to 7 million people worldwide viewed her live comedy clip on Facebook, resulting in everybody wanting to see more of this extremely, funny woman in her posh frock!”
“Nature Knows Best” is a compilation of three short comedy plays by Devonshire playwright Nick Discombe. Each play portrays a day in the life of three different animal couplings.
“Sheep Mount” is a hilarious, yet poignant piece, in which a ewe and a ram escape their depressing lives on an enclosed farm in Devon, to roam free on Dartmoor. The defiant ewe, Zoe, is fed up of the farmer taking her young and hopes to rescue her relationship with her ram, Wayne, despite his roving eye. Meanwhile Wayne has been contending with many horrible scientific treatments from the farmer. “Sea...
Following their ★★★★★ sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and SOHO Theatre, Roxy Dunn (C4’s Babylon , BBCThree’s Top Coppers ) and Alys Metcalf (Olivier Award-winning The Play That Goes Wrong ) compete with their egos to tell a comic, time-hopping story, exploring whether our lives are predetermined or shaped by our choices.
’A breath of fresh air’
’An hour well spent in the company of two future stars’
’Very funny stuff and the performances are excellent’
A part of their 2016 tour, O&O comedy duo are bringing their hit Ed fringe show The Good Stuff to the Beehive Arts Centre in Honiton this Friday 21st October.
Described as a “young Wood & Walters” O&O, aka Marina O’Shea and Tessa (O’) Gaukroger, aka The Funny One and The Tall One, followed rapturous reviews, sold out shows and a host of industry nominations with a successful debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this August.
Some may remember that the duo premiered a work in progress of the show at the Beehive back in March to a sold out crowd, and they are...
Step up to the oche and bit the bulls eye! Substance & Shadow Theatre return this summer with a new, original work, Silver and Gould, taking audiences back to the decade where Sunday tea time wasn't the same without a 'bit of Bully'!
This fast paced comedy follows the fortunes (or misfortunes) of mismatched cousins, Leonard (Len) Silver and Melvyn Gould, who are reunited after the sudden death of Len's mum, Elsie. Left out of his mum's will and forced to spend cold nights in his Rover; Len finds that desperate times call for...