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What's on in and around Exeter this bank holiday weekend

You'll find something to suit all ages and tastes in our round up of what's on in and around Exeter this bank holiday weekend:

Phill Jupitus: You're Probably Wondering Why I've Asked You Here... Friday, 8pm, Barnfield Theatre, Exeter U-boat Captain, Welsh pornstar, Dutch roadie or noted broadcaster and comedian? Like Camberwick Green, you're never sure who's coming out of the box. Adult content delivered childishly. Tickets: £15. Box office: 01392 270891. www.barnfieldtheatre.com

Edge Comedy Club: Paul Ricketts Saturday, 8pm, Clifford Room, Barnfield Theatre, Exeter Edge...

What's On in and around Exeter this weekend (26-29 April)

Need some inspiration for the weekend? Look no further than our round up of the best events happening in and around Exeter over the next few days:

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An Audience with Sherlock Holmes Friday, 7.30pm, Manor Pavilion, Sidmouth Join Sherlock Holmes in the study of 221B Baker Street for a classic retelling of some of his most celebrated cases - a captivating portrayal by raconteur Andrew Meller. A Truly memorable evening. Ticekts £11.50. Box office: 01395 514413. www.manorpavilion.com

The Incomers Friday & Saturday, Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter A full moon rises...

What's on in and around Exeter this Easter weekend

If you're looking for ideas to keep the family entertained this Easter weekend, here is a selection of what's going on in and around Exeter:

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Gabriela Munoz: Perhaps, Perhaps, Quizas... Friday & Saturday, 7.30pm, Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter If at first you don’t succeed, try again… and again… and again. A solo clown show about loneliness, waiting and hoping for the right man. Once a week Greta rehearses for the arrival of the “one”. Will she get lucky tonight? Perhaps, Perhaps… Quizás… Part of the Theatre Rush & Friends Residency. Single show £10/7, two shows...

What's on in and around Exeter this weekend

Kick March off in style with the editor's pick of the best events going on in and around the city this weekend...

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Guinness World Records Officially Amazing Science Live Friday, 7pm, Northcott Theatre, Exeter For the first time ever Guinness World Records arrives on stage with its officially amazing, record-breaking, science mad, all new live show. Join the Official Guinness World Records Adjudicator and team of presenters in genuine audience record attempts; unleash your inner skills, understand the world we live in and see if you too can be a record breaker!...

Big Sleep event to raise awareness of sleeping rough

On Thursday 7 March regional charity Young Devon is hosting its Big Sleep Out event in Exeter’s Princesshay from 8pm – 8am to raise awareness of the issues of homelessness for young people in Devon. Young Devon is asking local young people take to their sleeping bags to experience sleeping rough for a night. The Big Sleep Out aims to raise awareness about the hundreds of young people that sleep rough in the local community every single night. The charity is urging young people to take part in the event to raise vital funds which will support hundreds of young people that require emergency...

What's on in and around Exeter this weekend

Stuck for something to do this weekend? Here's a selection of events happening in and around Exeter:

What's on in and around Exeter this weekend

Stuck for something to do this weekend? Here's a selection of events happening in and around Exeter, 25-27 January.

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Kinky and Quirky: Burlesque & Boogie

Today, 8pm, Exeter Corn Exchange

Funny, frivolous, frightful, fantastic, fabulous, fish fingers and other F words abound at Kinky & Quirky’s infamous January Comedy Burlesque and Boogie. 8pm, tickets £12.50, 01392 665938. www.exeter.gov.uk/cornexchange

LOL Exeter Comedy Festival: James Acaster

Today, 7.30pm, Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter

Edinburgh Comedy Award 2012...

Michael Caines and Military Wives to switch on Xmas lights

Princesshay Centre Management are promising a huge party atmosphere for the Princesshay Christmas light switch-on – complete with top entertainment from some household names.

Television and radio presenter, Toby Anstis, will be presenting the event on Thursday, November 22, and there will be performances by the Military Wives Choir and Adam Isaac, who rose to fame in the popular TV show, The Voice.

Exeter’s own celebrity chef, Michael Caines, will turn the lights on, accompanied by two ladies from the Military Wives Choir who will be escorted by the Lord Mayor Rod Newby and...

Your Guide to What's On this weekend

Your essential guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this Easter weekend (30 March – 2 April).

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Little Shop of Horrors Sunday & Monday, Exeter Corn Exchange Stage by Stage returns with an epic production of the much-loved musical! Seymour is the know-nothing nerd who accidentally helps a man-eating plant to take over the world in this affectionate tribute to 1950s B-movies. Hilarious and heart-warming this musical from the writers of Disney's Beauty & The Beast and Aladdin, has one of the greatest rock'n roll scores of all time! With hits like 'Mean Green...

Children's Haunted Garden - Friday 31 October 2014

Event Date: 
31/10/2014 - 6:15pm to 8:00pm
Venue: 
23 High Meadows, St Thomas, Exeter EX4 1RL (bus route P)

Come along and visit the Children's Haunted Garden at 23 High Meadows, St Thomas, Exeter EX4 1RL (bus route P, on street parking available).

Are you brave enough to enter?

A fun-filled spooky evening for the children with lots of fun and games.

Tickets cost just £3 each and that includes fantastic spooky food!

All proceeds go towards RSPCA Little Valley Animal Shelter.

Tickets are available from RSPCA Shops in Cowick Street, South Street and Paris Street.

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