Enjoy a show of cherished cars and steam engines from local owners, ranging from vintage era to modern day cult classics with a barbecue, bouncy castle and games, our first classic car show will be a great day out for all the family.
Entry on the gate - £2, family (2 adults plus 2 children) £5.
Your essential guide to what’s on in and around Exeter this weekend (14-17 April)
Julian Clary - The Joy of Mincing
Friday, 8pm, Exeter Corn Exchange
Witness a masterclass in camp comedy with national trinket, author, TV and radio star Julian Clary. Over 16s. Tickets £24, £21 conc. https://sites.exeter.gov.uk/cornexchange
Join Heartbreak Productions for a hilarious adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s brilliant masterpiece. Expect laugh-out-loud mistaken identities as everyone learns the vital importance of being earnest. Recommended for aged 8+.
Puppetry Of The Penis has now played to most of the Western World, having been hosted in over 35 countries and performed in 6 languages. 2 near naked men (they wear shoes) manipulate their nether regions using the Ancient Art of Genital Origami, providing the audience with a hilarious array of shapes and impersonations which will be projected onto a huge video screen.
The Exeter Northcott Theatre has announced that its 2016 Christmas production will be a brand-new adaptation of J.M Barrie’s much-loved classic, Peter Pan and will be produced by Exeter Northcott Theatre.
Join Wendy, John and Michael as they soar into the night sky with Peter, to a magical land of mermaids and fairy dust, where children can fly and all sorts of exciting adventures happen every day. But beware – danger is just around the corner. Captain Hook and the pirates are looking for revenge and Peter Pan is top of their list!