Inspired by Music Hall, Ladies and Gentlemen is a witty and absorbing visual spectacle in which choreography (Lea Anderson), music (Steve Blake) and design (Tim Spooner) conjure the all but forgotten stage show of six has-been performers.
An annual, open submission exhibition that presents work from some of the most exciting emerging and established artists from across the UK and beyond. The exhibition is a valuable platform which aims to reflect a variety of current themes and concerns in contemporary art practice.
Throw out your greys, come and dress up and celebrate with the dead!
The Rambunctious Social Club brings you the exuberant Dia de los Muertos, a Mexican day of the dead celebration.
This November, Theatre Alibi bring their new show to Exeter. Book now to take advantage of 10% off family tickets!
This young British band are making a big noise on the rock scene. Hunter And The Bear bring their thunderous live show to Exeter this November.
‘The heroes British rock needs right now’
THE HUFFINGTON POST
‘That was the exact moment I knew something was different. That was when I woke up.’
Performance collective O&O present The Way I Look, a new piece of physical theatre that explores the relationship between identity and appearance drawing from the personal stories of people with facial birthmarks and scars.
An adventure story for sea dogs and landlubbers, children and adults alike.
A French ship runs aground off the coast of England. Only a cabin girl and the ship’s mascot, a chimpanzee, survive and make it to shore. But the townsfolk mistake the monkey, in its military uniform, for a spy, and condemn him to a life-or-death trial.
Whether you’re here for a show or just want to catch a bite to eat in a buzzing city centre café with a sunny terrace, come in and try our new selection of tasty lunch and evening grub.