Theatregoers! This summer, get ready for something different. Something experimental. Something new. It’s time for a season of fringe theatre at Exeter Phoenix.
Charles Watson – the London based songwriter/producer/writer and member of indie duo Slow Club and garage-rock super group The Surfing Magazines brings his tour to Exeter this May.
Human Cargo is an epic night of story and song, featuring two masters of the craft. Storyteller and singer Matthew Crampton’s recent show The Transports won Five Stars from The Guardian. Now he returns with a new adaptation of his acclaimed book Human Cargo: Stories & Songs of Emigration, Slavery and Transportation.
PUSSY RIOT need little introduction, the Russian protest art collective have one of the most important voices of the last 10 years who’s lyrical themes include feminism, LGBT rights, and opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom the group consider to be a dictator.
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.
We’re looking for Exeter Phoenix’s biggest supporters to do something amazing and Adopt a Seat in our auditorium to keep creativity thriving in Exeter.
By Adopting a Seat at Exeter Phoenix you’ll be helping to bring exceptional theatre, music, comedy and dance to your city. This is a huge part of our future and we’d love for you to become a part of the furniture.
In an orchard two women meet. Their actions have divided them. Divided a nation. Split their cause in two. What happens when the two women are Emmeline Pankhurst and Millicent Fawcett?
We are delighted to announce a stunning line-up for our Summer Showcase theatre festival.
From cabaret to comedy, drag to drama, choral works to new collaborations, Spiderman to Brexit, immersive audio to dark dystopias, personal stories, global stories – our Summer Showcase has it all.