Your essential guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (24-27 August):
Playback Youth Theatre presents: Shandytown Saturday, Barnfield Theatre, Exeter
What is home? What is the line between legality and morality? How do we keep a community alive? http://www.barnfieldtheatre.org.uk
The Exmouth Players (CIO) presents “Quartet”, a comedy by Ronald Harwood, at The Blackmore Theatre from Mon 24th to Sat 29th September 2018, including a Saturday Matinee. Evening performances are at 7.30pm and the Saturday Matinee starts at 2.30pm
Boo to a Goose Theatre returns to libraries and venues across Devon this summer with their interactive family show, ’The Magic Garden’. With fairies, animals and teddy bears, the performance was created specifically to meet Early Years developmental needs, and is accessible for babies and toddlers, allowing them to enter the captivating story of The Magic Garden with puppets and beautiful music.
extreme imagination logoJoin Alice as she falls down the rabbit hole into a wonderland full of strange and peculiar creatures. Have tea with the Mad Hatter, make friends with the Cheshire Cat….. and will the Red
Queen say “off with her head”?
Lewis Carroll’s masterpiece has been adapted & shortened to make this one hour piece specifically designed for families, and performed by young people.
Kick In The Head Fagin? A new play written and directed by Simon Downing
Who was Fagin?
Was he the Fagin in Dickens’ Oliver Twist?
Was he the Fagin in Oliver! the musical?
Was he based on a real-life character?
Join Fagin as he reviews his situation during his final night in prison before being hanged. As madness envelopes him he is ‘visited’ by some old friends. Find out who he really was and how he ended up as one of the best known, yet unknown, of Dicken’s characters.
‘Life need not be easy provided only that it is not empty’.
Living through some of the most turbulent times in modern European history, Lise Meitner was at the forefront of the new science of Nuclear Physics. Her story is one of struggle – against a society that did not value female education, against academia that did not promote it, against a regime that threatened her existence and an establishment which used science to wage war.