LUNG Theatre are at the Exeter Northcott Theatre with their critically acclaimed show Trojan Horse. A story of a community torn apart by racial division, ‘British values’ and the culture of 'Prevent'.
Exeter University Shakespeare Company return to Exeter Cathedral after last years sell-out run of ‘Doctor Faustus’. This year they present King Lear, one of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies, with a production that explores ideas of gender, power and loyalty.
This production promises to be a thrilling, emotional roller coaster following Long-time couple Sam and Molly who are living happily in New York until a series of spooky and mysterious events come their way.
Taking you back to the roaring twenties, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby throws you into the glamour and scandal of American high-society – subverting the “American Dream” with disastrous consequences.
From University of Exeter Drama graduates PaddleBoat Theatre comes an interactive Christmas treat for families – and anyone who would enjoy a relaxed, inclusive theatre experience. Following a sell-out run at the Exeter Northcott Theatre last year the show is back, this time at the Barnfield Theatre.
Step through the doors of St Saviour's mother and baby home and explore this untold history... Exeter University Theatre Company presents its term 1 production of 'Be My Baby'.
Future Proof Your Body 01 is a free, unique, immersive performance experience aiming to re-connect us with our physical space using VR, sound and movement. Join choreographer Joumana Mourad and her team of professional dancers as they guide you to explore mobility, creativity and gravity.
Performing Religion is a public performance and open conversation session exploring the intersections of translation studies and Live Art practices around notions of religion and identity.