Mark Watson (multi-award-winning star of numerous TV shows and his own cult Radio 4 series) returns with the follow-up show to his highly celebrated and successful 'Flaws'.
A seemingly minor problem at an airport is the starting point for a spiralling examination of identity in the digital age. But with an enormous number of jokes, luckily, as well as Watson's customary flailing, chaotic audience interactions and all sorts of other fun.
In short: if you like comedy, but you don't come and see this, you're acting very oddly.
Exeter's longest running and best comedy club has marked its place in the local entertainment scene: top acts, reserved tables and regular sell out shows all add up to possibly the best night out in the city. Tonight's line-up (subject to possible amendment) includes Andrew Ryan and Danny Ward
Price & booking £13 afterwards) Or buy a ticket with pizza /for £19.50
The acclaimed musical comedians return to Exeter following sell-out shows in 2015 & 2014.
Last year, Jonny accidentally told his four-year-old niece climate change would end the world. To stop her crying, he and Paddy promised to fix it. They really tried very hard…
A new show about family, friendship and environmental disaster from the five-time award-nominated musical comedy stars of Radio 4’s The Now Show, following their acclaimed national tours with Stop UKIP and Rock The Vote.
★★★★ ‘Superbly crafted… very funny’ Metro ★★★★★ ‘Lyrically brilliant fun of...
It never really bothered me that I'd never met my mum.
It never occurred to me I needed to meet her to 'find out who I was', as it didn't seem likely I'd discover I was someone different to who I thought I was. Could it turn out I was three stone lighter than I thought, or I spoke Italian or supported Arsenal or had a fear of Liquorice Allsorts? But after the birth of my own son, I realised it's quite an event to have a child, and she may well remember giving birth to me, and maybe even the adoption.
See Mark Steel in his newest stand up show, a surprising and enthralling...
Music! Comedy! Stand-up Poetry! DJ's and Dancing! Date: Saturday 19 March 2016 Time: 7.30pm-12.30am Venue: Exeter Phoenix (Voodoo Lounge).
As International Women's Day approaches, it's time to celebrate some of the incredible women who make music in Devon. Creative, Assertive and Diverse is the talent of our musical madams. And yet, year after year women struggle to top the bills at shows, events and festivals, with only 14% of acts beng female led at ALL major festivals in 2015. Now I dont know about you ... but theres something wrong with that picture.
Your essential guide to what’s on in and around Exeter this weekend (4-6 March 2016).
Betrayal Friday & Saturday, Northcott Theatre, Exeter Emma is married to Robert. But for seven years, she’s been having an affair with Jerry, Robert’s best friend. Betrayal begins at the end of the affair, and pursues an enthralling journey to its very beginnings. As memory reels backwards towards the moment the affair started, the lies tangle into a web of deception. Is Emma betraying her husband? Is Jerry betraying his best friend? Or are they all betraying themselves. https...
With Craig Campbell’s record Everest base camp show looming ( www.standuponeverest.co.uk ) beyond his hip-reshaping operation and a winter of snowboarding comedy shows, the challenge of keeping the wounded Moose’s chin up ensures ‘Don’t Look Down’ to be his most appropriately titled show yet!
This internationally acclaimed comedian is one of stand-up’s most charismatic and inventive performers with hilarious tales of globetrotting adventure never failing to impress (one expectant mother laughed so hard her waters broke!).
Award-winning theatre company, and associate artists at the Bike Shed Theatre, Write By Numbers return to Exeter with their play Regeneration, exploring urban regeneration, gentrification and how we might create the cities of the future. This multi-stranded epic story mixes real stories of regeneration with imagined ones in a playful and urgent production which is touring England in 2016.
It’s Brixton in 1981 and a family’s home is about to be repossessed. It’s Leeds in 2017 and an architect has designed the tallest building the city has ever seen. It’s Newfoundland in 1903 and a...
Award-winning comedian Shazia Mirza brings her critically acclaimed 2015 Fringe show The Kardashians Made Me Do It to the Exeter Corn Exchange on Saturday 30th April.
Following a sell-out run at London’s Tricycle Theatre this autumn, award-winning comedian Shazia Mirza takes her critically acclaimed 2015 Edinburgh Fringe show on a nationwide tour.
The Kardashians Made Me Do It is a searing and urgent exploration of life, love and Jihadi brides. The Kardashians Made Me Do It is inspired by three girls who left Bethnal Green to join ISIS, and an unrelated radio piece Shazia...