Your guide to what’s on in and around Exeter this weekend.
Ablutions Friday & Saturday, Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter
FellSwoop Theatre return with Ablutions, adapted from the novel by Patrick DeWitt. A dark, boozy tale from the sodden depths of the LA underworld, blending a live soundtrack, detailed mime and DeWitt's heart-wrenching humour. Tickets: £10/ £8 conc. www.bikeshedtheatre.co.uk
India Electic Co. are returning to Exeter Golf and Country Club for another live gig following their popularity at the Steve Knightley concert back in June. The India Electric Co live gig President’s Night is on 16th October.
To raise money for Hospiscare for the Club President’s Night, India Electric Co. are returning to perform live with support from local singer songwriter, Sarah Yeo.
With recent performances as Beautiful Days, Glastonbury and many more festivals over the summer, the band are set for success with great acclaim from the music industry already.
Exeter restaurant and live entertainment venue, Casa Maroc will be raising funds for the International Citizen Service charity this autumn with two lively party functions on Friday 5th and Saturday 20th September.
It is hoped that the events will also raise awareness about the work of the ICS who send young volunteers from the UK and many other 1st world countries to give valuable, life changing advice and practical hands-on aid in the developing world, often in places rife with famine, poverty and civil war.
Picture yourself as a bartender, sipping top-shelf whiskey and watching your customers descend into nightly oblivion. Your heart is broken by the world around you and, leaving the whiskey aside, you hatch a devious, unthinkable plan of escape…
A dark, boozy, grimly funny tale from the sodden depths of the Los Angeles underworld, blending a live soundtrack (devised and composed by the cast), detailed mime and the heart-wrenching humour of Patrick deWitt.
Ablutions is Winner of last year's Exeter Ignite Festival Critic's Choice Award.