Your guide to what’s on in and around Exeter this weekend (22-24 March).
Friday, Exmouth Pavilion
She’s out and about!! 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!” https://www.ledleisure.co.uk/exmouth-pavilion
Your guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (8-10 March).
Rita, Sue and Bob Too
Friday & Saturday, Exeter Northcott
Best friends Rita and Sue get a lift home from married Bob after babysitting his kids. When he takes the scenic route and offers them a taste of adult adventure, the three start a fling each of them think they can control. Told with wicked humour, startling insight and a great ear for dialogue, Andrea Dunbar’s semi-autobiographical play is a vivid portrait of girls caught between brutal childhood and an unpromising...
Your guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (1-3 March)
In the Willows
Friday & Saturday, Exeter Northcott
With epic show tunes and killer beats, this classic story is brought popping and locking into the twenty first century in an extraordinary new hip-hop musical. Featuring fast bikes, fierce moves and fabulous vocals. After their smash hit street-dance Jungle Book and circus-musical Little Mermaid, Exeter Northcott Associate Company Metta Theatre return with a bold new take on this much loved classic. https://exeternorthcott.co...
Your guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (22-24 February):
Friday & Saturday, Silverton Community Hall
A timeless tale of love set in exotic ancient China is coming to Silverton as Aladdin swops the 55B bus to ride in on his magic carpet!The village will be transformed into enchanting old Peking fit for a beautiful princess, a dastardly uncle, a clever genie and love-struck Aladdin in this family-favourite pantomime. Staged by the Silverton Luvvies, this modern take on a time-less classic promises laughs, love, intrigue...
Your guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (15-17 February):
Friday, Cygnet Theatre, Exeter
The Duck believes that she is swimming through a world of people just like her, until the day she is diagnosed with autism. Now she needs to re-examine who she is and what that means. A powerful and beautiful glimpse into one autistic woman’s world. https://cygnettheatre.co.uk
The Selfish Giant
Sunday, 2.30pm, Exeter Phoenix
Grinter is a giant. She lives happily alone in her huge cold house, surrounded by her...
Exeter Police and Hospital Players present the story of a young mermaid, Ariel, and how she falls for the dashing Prince Marvellous. Ariel lives with her parents, brother and sisters near Torquay, and after seeing the Prince on board his ship on a trip to Brixham, she falls for him and he for her. Standing in the way of true love and happiness is the evil Sea Witch who, seeing Ariel’s...
Villages in Action are excited to present their spring 2019 programme of world-class performance in villages across Devon
As a fresh new year begins, Villages in Action are delighted to present a season of theatre, circus, storytelling, laughter, puppetry, film and music from across the world in Devon’s wonderful and varied village halls, churches and community spaces.
All of our shows can be found on the VIA website , but here are a few season highlights…
The Spring Season kicks off with RSVP Bhangra Band at Oakford Village Hall (26th January). With a big sound...
Your essential guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (25-27 January):
Friday & Saturday, Barnfield Theatre, Exeter
Clyst Vale Community College present: Annie. Everyone’s favourite orphan is back! This wonderful, heart- warming show is brought to life by the extraordinary talented students of Clyst Vale Community College as they hit the Barnfield stage once more; bringing the same energy, professionalism and passion that has become a hallmark of their productions. Tickets £12 (£10). https://www.barnfieldtheatre.org.uk/annie...
He’s the man with the sunglasses and the black suit who delivered some of the world’s darkest and most emotional ballads, yet Texas-born Roy Orbison remains one of the most distinctive looking, and sounding performers in modern music.
The one and only Barry Steele take’s on the role in The Roy Orbison Story. He comes with great credentials and a genuine admiration for the Big O.
Now he is set to put the rock back into ‘Roy Orbison’ as he takes to the stage to commemorate this legend in The Roy Orbison Story. Get ready for an upbeat night of solid gold 60s hits and 80s...