Promotional image for Futures Scratch Night - a young man on stage, holding high a yellow cup

Exeter Fringe Housewarming

Launch Live: Scratch Night

  • Show Information

Join Exeter Northcott Futures for Launch Live: Scratch Night, an exciting evening of work-in-progress performances, created and performed by Devon-based artists. This is an opportunity for you to see a show in development, as it transforms from the seed of an idea into a live performance.

During this evening, will be 4 short performances, including work by Paul Braund and Siân Keen:

Paul Braund will be presenting Heart of Soho – On a wild post-lockdown night in Soho, the lives of enigmatic hustler Arlo and struggling police officer Danyilo, collide, and for both of them, nothing will be the same again.

Siân Keen is a theatre deviser and performer who has been making critically acclaimed work in Devon for the past 8 years. These Monsters Have Scales is her first independent theatre project off the back of her BBC Arts commissioned audio piece I don’t know what to tell you, it’s clearly just weight-related. These Monsters Have Scales plays with subverting and messing around with Siân’s monsters of diet culture, hoping to expose the truth and make life more comfortable in her skin. There should be songs, flip flops and maybe even a magic trick with a chocolate penguin bar – who knows! Come along to find out!

Age 16+
May contain strong language and adult themes.

You may also like:

Exeter Northcott Theatre and Le Navet Bete's Dick Whittington artwork. Background: a foggy panorama photo of the city of London, with iconic buildings such as Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, and St Paul's Cathedral. The cityscape is washed over with a burgundy haze. Foreground: A black and white cat (black body, white neck collar, white paws) looks towards the cityscape and we see them in near silhouette. They are stood on a yellow-brick path, with green grassy hills either side of them. On the hills, grey rats with large red eyes. On the left hand side of the cat, a rat holds a stereotypical hobo sack on a stick. At the top of the artwork, gold text reads: 'Exeter Northcott Theatre and Le Navet Bete present Dick Whittington.' Another group of rats with large red eyes are playing around the letters in 'Dick Whittington'. A cat paw icon replaces the dot on top of the letter 'I' in 'Dick', and a block of cheese replaces the dot on top of the second letter 'I' in 'Whittington.
Dick Whittington
Sat 02 Dec 2023 - Sun 07 Jan 2024
Exeter Northcott Theatre Exeter Northcott Theatre Exeter Northcott Theatre
Northcott Theatre
Take a look Book tickets
Nativity! The Musical promotional artwork - Small white text at the top of the image reads 'An Exeter Little Theatre Company production'. Red sparkly text reading 'Nativity!' with small gold sparkly text underneath reading 'The Musical'. A golden moon and golden stars hang from golden strings from the top of the image. The background is a dark blue starry sky with little golden dots. White text at the bottom of the image reads 'Book & lyrics by Debbie Isitt; Music by Debbie Isitt and Nicky Ager; Orchestrations by George Dyer'.Further text reads: ' 1 - 9 December2023; Barnfield Theatre, Barnfield Road, Exeter, Devon, EX1 1SN, Box Office 01392 726363, Online www.exeternorthcott; This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International. All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI www.mtishows.co.uk'.
Nativity! The Musical
Sat 02 Dec 2023 - Sat 09 Dec 2023
Exeter Northcott Theatre
Barnfield Theatre
Take a look Book tickets
Promotional image for Cafe Theatre: An older woman with white hair in a vibrant pink shirt against an equally vibrant yellow background giving us the
Theatre Café: Tea, Cake, Performance
Fri 08 Dec 2023
Barnfield Theatre
Take a look Book tickets

Adopt
a seat

Adopt your very own seat at the Exeter Northcott and help secure a bright future for the theatre.

Find out more