A large wave towers above a historical city landscape, however the wave is insubstantial giving the image a dream-like quality
A man raises a long wooden stick in a threatening way above two women who are knelt on the floor. Five people stand behind them, unsure of what to do.
Photo credit: Emily Appleton
A young man shouts and points to the ground. He is surrounded by people who are arguing with him.
Photo credit: Emily Appleton
Two women stare at each other mid-argument. Three people behind them attempt to diffuse the situation.
Photo credit: Emily Appleton
A woman laughs while looking over her should at a man sat next to her.
Photo credit: Emily Appleton
Three people compare script notes.
Photo credit: Emily Appleton

Exeter Northcott Theatre Presents


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It starts normally enough. Five friends meeting at university and beginning to navigate their way towards adult life. Together, they party, attempt to get jobs, form relationships, and try to find some stability in a chaotic world. But when an earth-shattering event disrupts everything they know, their lives change, possibly forever, prompting each of them to ask whether it’ll ever be possible to get back to the way things were?

Footprints is a brand-new piece of theatre, exploring the climate crisis and how we, as individuals, affect the world around us.

This production has been created in collaboration between a team of professional artists and students from University of Exeter’s Drama Department, as part of Exeter Northcott Theatre’s on-going commitment to supporting the next generation of theatre makers.

We can’t wait to welcome you to the theatre and we’re taking active steps to ensure that everyone can feel safe, relaxed and enjoy the show. Read our latest Covid measures here.

Production Team:

Yusuf Niazi  – Director

Fi Russell – Designer

Somin Griffin Dave – Composer & Sound Designer

Marcus Bartlett – Lighting Designer

Mel Moran – Production Manager

Zoe Fitzpatrick – Stage Manager

Stevie Carty – Production LX

Kate Lyons – Costume Supervisor

Beatrice Saville – Assistant Director

Georgi Edmonds – Assistant Director



Gabriella Ashraf – Eva, Nina & Ensemble

Isabela Christon – Anna & Ensemble

Hayden Coward – Charlie

Marina Hanson Prayon – Emily, Alana, Emma & Ensemble

Max Leaver – Office Worker, Benji & Ensemble

William Maguire – Tom

Eliza Morris – Beth

Alice Nicholson – Lucy, Chloe & Ensemble

Matthew Page – Ollie

Max Persad – Ryan

Rosie Rees – Hannah, Harriet & Ensemble

Alice Robinson – Margaret, Jodie & Ensemble

Holly Saunders – Millie

Charlotte Smith – Alice, Ruby & Ensemble

Rachel Thompson – Jess

Konstantina Vougiouklaki – Kate


For University of Exeter Drama Dept:

Sarah Goldingay

Kara Reilly

Jon Primrose

Age Guidance 13+

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