With another vibrant mix of music, art and performance as well as the hotly anticipated launch of Studio 74, Exeter’s new independent cinema, soak up the best of what Exeter has to offer.
Having supported the likes of Rufus Wainwright, Sam Smith and London Grammar, Rhodes’ beautiful voice and reputation for captivating live shows firmly cement him as one to watch.
Combining intelligent, provocative lyrics with dangerously catchy hooks and a feel good groove, this is music for the thinking man to shake his stuff to. Think Jason Mraz meets The Cat Empire…on a protest march…at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Throw out your greys, come and dress up and celebrate with the dead!
The Rambunctious Social Club brings you the exuberant Dias de los Muertos, a Mexican day of the dead celebration.
Based on folklore but filled to the brim with a modern kick, Keston Cobblers’ Club’s music is catchy, contemporary pop folk.
After forming only last year, The Shires have swiftly become one of the most talked about names in country music.
The country duo – Ben Earle and Crissie Rhodes – made an appearance at the Country 2 Country Festival at London’s 02 Arena last year, and have been taking the world of country-music by storm ever since.