After a hugely successful debut run at Wilton’s Music Hall in 2015, Morgan & West return with their marvellous magic show – Parlour Tricks!
Time travelling magic duo Morgan & West present an evening chock full of jaw dropping, brain bursting, gasp eliciting feats of magic. The dashing chaps offer up a plateful of illusion and impossibility, all served with wit, charm and no small amount of panache. Be sure to wear a hat – Morgan & West might just blow your mind.
Evolve Theatre Productions brings you a night at the musicals, with the best songs to have graced the stage of the West End and Broadway. From classics including Annie, Cats, Les Mis and Wicked to the modern hits of Heathers, Dear Evan Hansen and Six, there is something for everyone. Evolve is putting on two shows in one day at The Barnfield Theatre, so do not miss your chance to hear the hits and see future talent in the making.
The Exmouth Players present Falstaff Frolics, the escapades of Sir John Falstaff according to William Shakespeare, at The Blackmore Theatre on the following dates and times: • 11th May 2019 at 7.30pm; and • 12th May at 3.00pm. This is a workshop production and will consist of an anthology of scenes featuring William Shakespeare’s lovable rogue. For nearly 400 years Sir John Falstaff has been a favourite of audiences in the UK and all around the world. As the culmination of a series of workshops the Exmouth Players present scenes featuring the fat knight and his jolly friends.
Darlington actress, Jade Byrne, heads off on a special UK tour this year as Pricks, a medical play (with a difference) about Type 1 Diabetes, takes in a dozen dates from Hexham to Exeter Phoenix (on 16 May) and a few in-between.
At 33-years-old Jade has been an actress for nine years (appearing in the likes of Inspector George Gently, Casualty and Mount Pleasant), and a Type 1 diabetic for the past 30 (just ask her stage companion, Dennis the Menace, he’s been there from the beginning).
Can you love someone who represents everything you hate in the world?
The world is in chaos. Hazel, a doctor, and Archer a space shuttle engineer fall in love. Archer’s work creating shuttle engines, when unsuccessful, has terrible repercussions on people’s health, leaving Hazel to deal with the results. What is the cost when the one thing powerful enough to let them leave the planet could also completely destroy it?
Fissure, written by local playright Hattie Collins is at Exeter Phoenix on 4 & 6 May.
Swan Lake remains as one of the most enduring, moving and irreplaceable classical ballets due to its fantastical plot filled with romance, sorcery, and betrayal. Join Ballet Theatre UK with their spectacular production. Featuring new choreography by Artistic Director Christopher Moore and over 120 new costumes, stunning sets this production promises to provide you with a new look at the classic tale and leave you with a new love for Swan Lake.
Circle of Spears Productions are bring their acclaimed play WITCH to Torbay for the first time. Based on original witness evidence from a 1687 Dorset witch trial, WITCH examines the perils of being a woman alone in the early modern era. It's an emotive piece about witchcraft trials which contains neither a trial nor any witchcraft - instead it looks at the interpersonal relationships of those involved and focuses on the human story behind such accusations.