He’s the man with the sunglasses and the black suit who delivered some of the world’s darkest and most emotional ballads, yet Texas-born Roy Orbison remains one of the most distinctive looking, and sounding performers in modern music.
The one and only Barry Steele take’s on the role in The Roy Orbison Story. He comes with great credentials and a genuine admiration for the Big O.
Insightful, moving, funny and inspirational take on the interconnected worlds of women, science and space travel
Six months ago renowned space scientist Maggie Hill launched a career-defining mission to find habitable planets beyond our solar system. It did not go well. Then her girlfriend stopped speaking to her. Maggie’s going to have to address both of these catastrophes.
Return to the Forbidden Planet is fast approaching Crediton!
With show-time just around the corner, excitement is building at QE with students channelling their artistic energies into demanding rehearsals for the school’s upcoming production, Return to the Forbidden Planet.
Your guide to what’s on in and around Exeter this weekend (11-13 January):
Dick Whittington Friday & Saturday, America Hall, Pinhoe, Exeter
Enjoy the adventures of the brave hero as he travels the road from rags to riches with his trusty cat. There is music, song, dance and laughter for all the family in this latest fun production by Pinhoe Pantomime Society. http://www.pinhoepantomime.co.uk
Footlights is Exeter University’s largest Musical Theatre society, now in its 32nd year. Each year, we strive to create show-stopping student productions to a professional standard. Following four consecutive sell-out shows at Exeter’s Northcott Theatre (West Side Story; Evita; The Phantom of the Opera; The Producers; Singin’ In The Rain), we are now looking forward to our 2018 Northcott production of the legendary Oklahoma!
Footlights, the University of Exeter’s biggest musical theatre society that brought you The Phantom of the Opera (2016), The Producers (2017) and Singin’ in the Rain (2018) are proud to present OKLAHOMA! – an illustrious classic propelled by love, community and integrity.
Based on Lynn Riggs’ Green Grow the Lilacs, this harmonically rich and wildly symphonic blend of ballet, ballad and barn dance is a musical that takes an unblinking look at a community trapped in the American economic and social underclass.
Everyone’s favourite orphan is back! This wonderful, heart- warming show is brought to life by the extraordinary talented students of Clyst Vale Community College as they hit the Barnfield stage once more; bringing the same energy, professionalism and passion that has become a hallmark of their productions.
“In the depths of the 1930’s Annie, a fiery young orphan girl, sees her hopeless situation change dramatically when she is selected to spend a short time at the residence of the wealthy industrialist Oliver Warbucks.”