Jane Austen is dreaming up Darcy, a proud, lip-curling handsome creation in very tight pants. But then a door squeaks, a visitor approaches and Jane hastily hides her work. Mr Darcy is left dangling. Left to his own devices he embroiders his own storyline while his creator stitches her quilt.
When she returns she finds Darcy is diving into a lake in a clinging white shirt, dancing the Berzerka (a more extreme version of the Masurka) and wrestling carp.
George Crocker is keen to liven up his dull life so he decides to join the Village Drama Club. What happens then turns his world upside down.
Set during the Second World War this nostalgic, funny and moving story will appeal to all, from ten years and up. It is a vivid portrait of village life with all seventeen colourful characters played by one man.
The stage is set for a performing arts company to open a new training centre at St. Peter’s Church of England School in Exeter.
Theatretrain, the ever popular Saturday morning performing arts school is opening its doors to budding young dancers, actors and singers on Saturday 7th October at 10am and will be managed by local actor and director Paul Clark.
Becky Morely begins her diary on New Years Day 2001, little does she realise just how much that year would change her life.
Based on the novel by award-winning writer Michael Morpurgo, Out of the Ashes is the story of Becky’s experience on her family farm in Devon, during the outbreak of foot and mouth disease across the UK.
The Exmouth Players presents “The Titfield Thunderbolt”, a comedy by Philip Goulding, based on the original Ealing screenplay by T.E.B. Clarke, at The Blackmore Theatre in Bicton Street, Exmouth, from Monday 3rd through to Saturday 8th July 2017, to include a Matinee performance on the Saturday. Evening performances are at 7.30pm – Matinee starts at 2.30pm.