Princesshay will see its pop-up Mojito Beach bar return this summer from 26th May to 29th August in Princesshay Square.
Complete with real sand, thatched umbrellas, cocktails and mocktails, palm trees, live music and table tennis, visitors to Princesshay will find a holiday atmosphere in the heart of Exeter this summer.
New for this year is the addition of a click and collect takeaway food service in partnership with participating restaurants within Princesshay including Coal Kitchen, Lucianos, Margoux, Meat 59, Nandos, Slim Chicken, Wagamama and YO! Sushi. Simply scan...
Cygnet Theatre is proud to work with Exeter Princesshay to provide a platform for artists as part of Pride this Saturday 14th May.
The day has interactive theatre from Nuts & Volts Theatre , sponsored by Princesshay Exeter , and Grit Girl Events present incredible live music, sponsored by Stage Engage .
Gently coercing the public towards a happy encounter, Nuts and Volts Theatre present The Insta-Grannies! Fearless, foolish and utterly lovable, these dotty old dears and their grandpa escorts just won’t quit till their posts go viral. Have a chat and a laugh , and of...
Princesshay is set to welcome international stationery store, Paperchase, back to Exeter. The iconic brand which stocks beautiful stationery, design-led cards, gifts and wrapping paper will open later this month, next to Lush.
Michelle Menezes, Princesshay Centre Manager, says, “We’re excited to welcome Paperchase back to the city centre and into Princesshay. The stationery brand is a great addition to our line up and we look forward to working with the team.”
Rebecca Brewer, Store manager said, “We can’t wait to open our doors later this month. Paperchase has some...
Princesshay’s Charity of the Year has been announced as CEDA, a Devon based charity that provides learning and social opportunities to disabled people across the county.
CEDA work with disabled people across Devon to help them become visible and valued members of society. Its vision is to become the provider of choice for high quality, person-centered support for disabled people.
Craig Bowden, Partnerships Manager at CEDA said “We are delighted to be nominated by Princesshay as their charity of the year. We very much look forward to this opportunity and to working with...
Visitors to Exeter city centre can now recycle plastic bottle tops and tubs at a brand-new drop-off point in Princesshay Shopping Centre and help contribute to a more circular economy.
Leading south west recycling and waste management firm, DCW, has partnered with the popular shopping destination to run its Recycle & Raise scheme all year round. The plastic recycling scheme which asks the public to donate plastic tubs and bottle tops to raise funds for Dartmoor Zoo and mental health charity Mind, was previously operated by DCW only over the festive period.
Princesshay is inviting charities to apply to become its Charity of the Year for 2022 – 2023. From April 2022, the chosen Charity of the Year will be able to use Princesshay’s busy outdoor event space to fundraise to visitors throughout the year. The charity partner also benefits from money raised from centre led fundraising and events plus promotion through Princesshay’ssocial media channels and website.
Over the last decade, Princesshay has partnered a different local charity each year, helping them raise much needed funds and awareness of the services they operate in the...
Local Samaritans are not just on call 24/7 this festive season - they also hope shoppers will have a little more joy thanks to the charity’s own Christmas Tree.
Volunteers at the Exeter, Mid & East Devon branch of Samaritans have dressed one of 35 Christmas trees on Roman Walk in Exeter’s Princesshay shopping centre.
“This is the fourth year we’ve been lucky enough to be in the Princesshay Tree Festival - we’re very grateful to the centre managers for including us, although the best thing from our point of view is the reaction of shoppers and passers by” explains Mel...
Independent burger restaurant comes to city centre
Local success story Meat 59, an independent multi-site burger restaurant, will open its doors in Princesshay on Thursday 2nd December. Located next to Lucciano’s, the restaurant specialises in meat and produce from Devon and the surrounding areas and will have capacity for plenty of diners.
Michelle Menezes Princesshay Centre Manager said: “We’re excited to welcome the Meat 59 team to Princesshay. They are an impressive local team who make great food and brilliantly complement our range of dining options.”