Join Alice and the Velveteen Rabbit on a heart warming adventure as they explore what it means to love and be loved. A magical portrayal of growing up, moving on and not letting go by Quirk theatre, full of heart hilarity and a sprinkling of the miraculous.
Forget what you imagined a poetry night could be and expect belly-laughs, tears and everything in between from this stunning, big-hearted performer who often leaves audiences on their feet, dazzled and breathless.
This November, city-centre arts venue Exeter Phoenix presents a festival that celebrates and interrogates issues around gender identity. Come As You Are Festival sees a weekend of theatre, discussion, poetry, questions, comedy and much more that will take over the venue from Saturday 16th – Sunday 17th November.
Having previously thrilled audiences with hit shows The Thing That Came From Over There and What The Dickens, Gonzo Moose are back with a comedy fairy tale adventure bursting with physical comedy, absurd jokes and magical illusion.
Happily married with a lovely house on the Somerset Levels, Richard could have settled down to life as a withy weaver, cider maker or llama farmer. But then the fish tank started singing to him –the same song over and over, day after day. It was enough to drive him mad.
A new play by Cally Hayes about love, loss and parenthood. Cracking takes an intimate look from a father’s perspective about what happens when you survive the worst but now risk losing everything.
In this joyous artist’s manifesto of delight and curiosity Robin mashes up the two cultures of art and science and combines them with a bunch of silly voices in a celebration of the human mind, from Bohemians to Black Holes, Dali to DNA. Another of his much-loved stand up sort of lectures and the perfect antidote to the world around us.