Sidmouth Youth Theatre presents a spoof on post-war British attitudes, BBC radio serials of the day, and a liberal smattering of 'Allo Allo' humour Can Dick Barton save the day?
Tickets £10, £6 under 16s available from Sidmouth College and the Tasty Baguette in Sidmouth.
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Tim Luscombe's fast-paced adaptation of a true Jane Austen classic was presented to an appreciative packed house on Wednesday night by the touring Theatre Royal from Bury St Edmunds. But this was no ordinary performance, as friends of the Northcott as well as ardent Austen fans were offered a pre-show tantaliser of meeting the show’s Exeter-based designer Kit Surrey and the Northcott's Wardrobe Manager Beth de Tisi as they revealed the secrets of how the glamour of the 18th century Regency period was recreated for the stage.
Award-winning choreographer and Associate Artist of Sadler's Wells, Jasmin Vardimon returns to the Exeter Northcott with the world premiére tour of her hotly anticipated new work, Freedom.
Exploring notions of what keeps our imagination free, this full-length dance theatre production promises breathtaking physicality with beautifully detailed characterisation. Powered by Vardimon's beguiling theatricality and provocative daring, Freedom will be performed by a versatile company of international dancers, fusing clever animation with live action and inventive set designs.
"If there's a God, which at the moment I DOUBT, I want you to curse him. If there's any justice, I want them - both of them - in a car crash."
Her husband's gone and her future isn't bright. Imprisoned in her marital home, Medea can't work, can't sleep, and increasingly, can't cope. While her child plays, she plots her revenge.
This startlingly modern version of Euripides' classic tragedy explores the private fury bubbling under public behaviour and how in today's world a mother, fuelled by anger at her husband's infidelity, might be driven to commit the worst possible crime.
Although known first and foremost as an impassioned naturalist, the compelling and charismatic wildlife TV presenter is also the natural world's equivalent of a photo-journalist.
Through his work he’s explored many habitats from Antarctic islands, rainforests, deserts, the Everest mountain range and the deep oceans. It’s these adventures which have afforded him the opportunity to capture some amazing images on camera – portraying the simple yet stunning beauty of the natural world.
New Perspectives Theatre Company and Scamp Theatre present Michael Morpurgo's Farm Boy, adapted and directed by Daniel Buckroyd.
It sometimes felt as though time had stood still on the family farm – swallows nesting in the eaves, the old Fordson Tractor quietly rusting in the back of the barn, Grandpa still tending his chickens – that is, until the summer his grandson finished school and came to stay, and the old man started telling stories of what it had been like on the farm when he was a boy.
A stirring romantic tale of past wrongs haunting victim and perpetrator
This hugely popular play, written by Bury St Edmunds playwright Elizabeth Inchbald, is best known as the one which causes all the moral consternation in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park.
The cast of Mansfield Park will perform a rehearsed reading with the actors performing their character's roles as cast in Jane Austen's novel. The reading will be followed by a post-show discussion.
Tickets: £8 with a £2 discount for concessions.