Rambert2 is a new group of the world’s best young dancers, coming together to showcase the most exhilarating and fierce choreography around today.
This new ensemble will be performing two works that launched the international careers of their choreographers. E2 7SD is a breathlessly-paced duet by Sydney Dance Company artistic director and former Rambert dancer Rafael Bonachela and Killer Pig, by Israeli dance superstar Sharon Eyal, is a group work showcasing her intense and utterly distinctive movement style.
JONATHAN CHURCH PRODUCTIONS AND EXETER NORTHCOTT THEATRE PRESENT MILES JUPP IN
The Life I Lead
David Tomlinson built a career playing a certain type of Englishman – stiff, formal and a bit of a silly ass. He’s best remembered as Mr Banks in Disney’s classic Mary Poppins. But Tomlinson’s real life was just as fascinating as any of the parts he played.
UNIVERSITY OF EXETER FOOTLIGHTS PRESENT RODGER'S & HAMMERSTEIN'S
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.
The Exmouth Players present Open Auditions for “Separate Tables” by Terence Rattigan at 6.30pm on 27th February 2019 at The Blackmore Theatre, Exmouth.
These auditions are open to you all regardless of whether or not you are a member of The Exmouth Players, age and experience. It does not matter if you have not acted before. We are here to help wherever we can. Come along and have some fun and, if it is your first time, gain some experience. It all helps.
Your guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (14-16 December):
Jack and the Beanstalk Exeter Northcott Theatre
Get ready for the climb of your life this Christmas, as Exeter Northcott Theatre presents a GIANT of a family pantomime. Expect plenty of audience participation, live music and laughs galore. Fee Fi Fo Fum…it’s panto fun for everyone! https://exeternorthcott.co.uk
Mark Thomas is 55, the NHS is 70, UK national average life expectancy is 84. If Mark makes it to 84 the NHS will be 100, what will they both look like? Based on a series of interviews with leading experts in and on the NHS and residencies in hospitals and surgeries, Thomas (working with director Nicolas Kent) uses his own demise to explore the state we’re in. What's going right, what’s going wrong and how does it get better?