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!
Your essential guide to the best of What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (12-14 February)
Tommy Tiernan: Out of the Whirlwind Friday, Exeter Corn Exchange
Now entering his 20th year as a stand-up comedian, having won every award going and still as passionate as ever about the adventure of storytelling and comedy, Irelands number one comedian is also starting to take some very exciting risks. Over 16s, tickets £19.50. http://sites.exeter.gov.uk/cornexchange