An image of a TV studio gallery, with two silhouetted people sat in front of several screens from small to large in size, and lots of technical equipment. The person on the left points at the largest screen in the middle which shows coloured bars and text reading 'studio on the 3rd floor'.
An image of a TV studio gallery, with two silhouetted people sat in front of several screens from small to large in size, and lots of technical equipment. The person on the left points at the largest screen in the middle which shows coloured bars and text reading 'studio on the 3rd floor'.

Exeter Northcott Young Company presents

Studio on the 3rd Floor

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Get ready for a riotous ride through the world of TV production with Studio on the 3rd Floor! This technologically ground-breaking production, presented by the Exeter Northcott Young Company, takes you on a hilarious trip behind the scenes of a bustling UK studio.

Join a talented young cast as they navigate mishaps, ego clashes, and technical glitches in a whirlwind of laughter and chaos. From eccentric directors to larger-than-life presenters, and the behind-the-scenes team that try to keep the show running.

Be prepared for unforgettable characters and side-splitting moments. Brace yourself for unpredictable twists, quick-fire banter, and a comedic spotlight on the chaotic realities of live television.

Don’t miss this evening of pure entertainment — book your tickets now for Studio on the 3rd Floor!


This performance is presented by the Exeter Northcott Young Company. Learn more about how we provide young people with opportunities to create and perform theatre, and how you can support this work.

This performance contains pyrotechnics.

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