01 August 2016
Heritage Open Days – Behind the Scenes Tour
We’ve teamed up with the National Trust and Exeter City Council as part of Heritage Open Days 2016, to offer FREE Behind the Scenes Tours in advance of The Globe Theatre’s matinee performances of The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Led by our knowledgeable and enthusiastic Technical team, this is your chance to take a peek behind the scenes of Exeter’s flagship theatre.
Places are limited to 20 per tour and must be booked in advance.
After the FREE tour, which lasts for half an hour, why not have lunch in the View Restaurant (tables must be booked in advance), and then watch the matinee performance at 2.30pm of The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Tickets £17, Conc. £2 off Bands B-D) available from the Exeter Northcott Theatre Box Office.
23 June 2016
Count Arthur Strong – The Sound of Mucus
Using stories and other things that are secret, Count Arthur Strong, showbiz legend, pays tribute to one of the best musicals he can remember. Uniquely recreating the salient and poignant moments for your enjoyment. Plus something else. Don’t miss this amazing event.
“Just gets funnier and funnier”
“A relentless blast of comic surprises”
20 June 2016
Miles Jupp – Songs of Freedom
Astronauts. Regrets. The sexes. Social Media. Hipsters. Poo. Rage. Medicine. Manners. Identity. Lost stuff. Other stuff.
Miles Jupp, (Stand-up, actor, writer, thinker, father, husband, worrier, fool, star of Rev. and host of The News Quiz) hits the road in a freshly-ironed shirt and some robust trousers and tries to make some bloody sense of it all.
13 June 2016
Diamond Jubilee Finale Concert
THE GREAT HALL, UNIVERSITY OF EXETER
A spectacular one-off night of celebratory music held to mark the end of the University of Exeter’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. A newly commissioned fanfare written for the University by renowned composer Stephen Montague will set the scene for an evening of jubilation, featuring popular and uplifting classics from some of the world’s best-loved composers including Rachmaninov, Strauss, Elgar and Tchaikovsky, guaranteed to captivate and delight.
With special lighting and a finale volley of confetti cannons, this concert is guaranteed to ensure that the University’s Diamond Jubilee year goes out with a bang!
All profits from the concert will go to the Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Fund.
08 June 2016
11am & 2pm
By Rob Biddulph
Adapted and directed by Poppy Burton-Morgan
‘A windy day, a brand new kite, for Penguin Blue a maiden flight…’
Meet Penguin Blue and friends as they go on an acrobatic Antarctic adventure full of good ideas, homesickness and the perils of kites. Packed full of spectacular circus, magical puppetry and catchy songs this joyous new stage adaptation of Rob Biddulph’s award-winning children’s book is fun for all the family.
Metta Theatre is an Exeter Northcott Theatre Associate Company – making a triumphant return after their five-star smash-hit Jungle Book earlier this year.
08 June 2016
11am & 2pm
One day Monty found a book
‘Inventions Very Rare’
Create yourself a monster friend
BUT ONLY IF YOU DARE!
This brand new show from the creators of Aliens Love Underpants is monster-ously good! Follow the young inventor Monty as he creates a whole world of whacky inventions and incredible monsters, but he has a problem – now he has made them all, what is he going to do with them?!
This energetic show full of thrills, spills, magic and mayhem will delight the whole family –with original music and plenty of audience participation!
08 June 2016
Jenny Éclair: How to Be A Middle Aged Woman (Without Going Insane)
Following a complete sell-out spring tour professional grumpy old woman, Splash survivor, amateur soup maker, and novice knitter Jenny Eclair extends her hit tour into the autumn. Jenny is younger than Madonna but eats crisps and likes wine. Semi-bearded and suffering from outbreaks of gout and hysteria, Eclair puts middle age under the microscope and decides whether to laugh, cry or buy a dachshund! You are most welcome to join her, just button your cardi up properly and wipe that lipstick off your teeth.
08 June 2016
Clare Balding’s Family Evening with The Racehorse Who Wouldn’t Gallop
Join number one bestselling author, national treasure, and broadcaster Clare Balding for an evening full of inspirational stories and family entertainment to mark the publication of her very first children’s book The Racehorse Who Wouldn’t Gallop.
Clare will share stories from her own childhood growing up surrounded by animals, give a special reading from the new book and offer expert advice on working with and caring for animals. Young readers should come prepared to be inspired.
The event will end with an audience Q&A and a chance to have your book signed. Plus, expect funfair-inspired foyer entertainment for all the family.
Don’t miss your chance to purchase a signed copy of The Racehorse Who Wouldn’t Gallop at a discounted price of £7.99 (RRP £9.99) when you buy your ticket – choose ticket type ‘Ticket + Book Deal’ from the drop down menu at checkout.
08 June 2016
Choreographed by Tamsin Fitzgerald, Lenka Vagnerova and Rebecca Evans
Original music by Angus MacRae and Tomas Vychytil
Fight or flight? There is always a choice.
A gritty and explosive brand new triple bill from the award winning and physically adventurous 2Faced Dance Company. Featuring three new exhilarating commissions by world class choreographers Tamsin Fitzgerald, Lenka Vagnerova and newcomer Rebecca Evans, RUN explores the darker side of humanity, through an explosion of movement, theatre and design.
2Faced Dance is one of the UK’s leading and award-winning male, urban contemporary dance companies. Founded in 1999 by Artistic Director Tamsin Fitzgerald, the company has established a unique physical language that combines athletic contemporary dance with heart in the mouth breakdance moves.