Entries are now open for one of the South West’s most vibrant and longest running film festivals, Two Short Nights.
Submissions are invited from filmmakers based across the UK and beyond, working in every genre, from animation and documentary to moving image artwork and music videos.
An annual, open submission exhibition that presents work from some of the most exciting emerging and established artists from across the UK and beyond. This year’s judging panel is made up of Independent Curator Kristian Day, Founding Director of …
This June the show that everyone is talking about arrives in Exeter. Hotter, cheekier, funnier than ever, The Lady Boys of Bangkok return with a lavish new production – Who Runs The World!
Hotly-tipped songsmith Luke Sital-Singh has been described by The Guardian as a ‘British Bon Iver’. Luke takes the template of Fleet Foxes, Neil Young and Dylan, but makes his own inimitable fresh folk sound.
Having just announced details of his new album Time Is A Riddle, the Bristol-based singer-songwriter embarks on a UK headline tour this May.
Think ‘Secret Cinema’ meets Woodstock…
Experience the performances that changed the world with a whole evening of big screen, immersive joy and psychedelic nostalgia.
Time to turn back the clock… and turn up the volume!
My Life as a Courgette tears up the rulebook for children’s cinema, offering a brutally honest and uplifiting, exploring the ways we adapt to the world and make the best of our lives.
After hitting the festivals by storm last summer, this critically acclaimed stage adaptation of the cult fantasy adventure TV game show returns with a new improvised format and multiple dungeoneers.
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.