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Dragons and Mythical Beasts artwork – blue background. The head of a large, orange dragon with sharp team and long horns smiles down at a small phoenix. Gold calligraphy reads: ‘Dragons and mythical beasts’. The ‘s’ in the word ‘dragons’ snakes continues and wraps around the bottom of the word ‘dragons’ in the shape of a Chinese dragon.
Dragons & Mythical Beasts
Tue 28 May 2024 - Thu 30 May 2024
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Comedian Michelle Brasier is wearing a bright blue shirt, her hair is down in loose curls and she's wearing a bright red lipstick. She's facing the camera with a big, bright, toothy smile.
Michelle Brasier: Reform
Fri 31 May 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Get It On promo artwork. 5 performers dressed as glam rock icons are depicted in a pyramid shape. Text reads: ‘The Glam Rock Show’; ‘Starring the son of “Sweet” Brian Connolly Jr’; ‘Entertainers presents’; ‘Get It On!’; ‘One Night of Glam Rock’.
Get it On!
Sat 01 Jun 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Background: a photo of seven people in sportswear lunging forwards with cutlasses in their outstretched hands. They are in a wooden-floored rehearsal room with daylight streaming through windows. Overlaid white text reads: 'Cut and Thrust'; Kiel O'Shea Artistic Combat'.
Cut and Thrust Workshop
Sat 01 Jun 2024
Barnfield Theatre
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Unfortunate artwork: Shawna Hamic dressed as Ursula the Sea Witch – purple skin, short white hair, dramatic blue/black eye makeup, red lipstick, black bustier, gleaming shell necklace. She is looking up and laughing. Tentacles coil around her. The background is purple and bubbly. Text reads: 'Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch - The Musical Parody'. Review quotes read: 5 stars, ‘Unstoppable, mesmerising genius’ Broadway Baby; 5 stars, ‘Laugh out loud funny’ Manchester Evening News.
Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch
Tue 04 Jun 2024 - Sat 08 Jun 2024
Exeter Northcott Theatre
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Allie Bailey, a middle-aged white woman with long, tied back black hair, wearing an orange running top and blue shorts, runs on the edge of a grassy cliff along a coastline. Behind her, an island in the ocean, and hills in the distance beyond that.
Allie Bailey – Running Won’t Save You
Wed 05 Jun 2024
Barnfield Theatre
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From England with Love artwork. A photograph looking out over The Thames River and Westminster Bridge, a long green metal bridge, in front of the Palace of Westminster, a large light brown stone building, and Big Ben, a large light brown stone clock tower, in London, England. At the bottom left-hand corner of the artwork, two silhouetted figures stand in the river water.
From England with Love
Tue 11 Jun 2024 - Wed 12 Jun 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Red text at the top of the image reads: #William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream'. The image behind the text is of a summer hedgerow, filled with wild flowers. Cloudless blue sky can be seen behind. The image gives a sense of balmy summer warmth.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Fri 14 Jun 2024
Barnfield Theatre
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RUSH: A Joyous Jamaican Journey artwork. (Top) A starry night sky. Text reads: ‘A RUSH theatre company production. Experience the story of reggae through the music and words of those who made that incredible journey to the Motherland. Rush. A Joyous Jamaican Journey.’ Below this text, a collage of photos of the Windrush generation with green, red and yellow hues, behind an illustration of the SS Empire Windrush, a large black passenger ship, palm trees and sea birds.
RUSH: A Joyous Jamaican Journey
Sat 15 Jun 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Dad’s Army Radio Show artwork. (Centre) David Benson, an older man wearing an green military uniform, and Jack Lane, a younger man wearing a green military uniform, in various poses around the Dad’s Army Radio Show logo: An arrow with a red body with text reading ‘Dad’s Army’ and a Union Jack point with text reading ‘Radio show’. Above the arrow, text reads: ‘Three newly adapted episodes for 2024.’. White background. (Left, top to bottom) text reads: ‘David Benson’; ‘Five stars. Benson & Lane’s two-man army are a comedy force to be reckoned with. Radio times.’; Utterly brilliant, the best Dad’s Army recreation I’ve seen. Barry Cryer.’ (Right, top to bottom) text reads: ‘Jack Lane.’; ‘Four stars. This fine show is back on tour and it'll do you no end of good. Daily Mail.’; ‘Produced by Jack Lane and Something For the Weekend. Based on the original television series by Jimmy Perry and David Croft; ‘www.dadsarmyradioshow.co.uk’.
Dad’s Army Radio Show
Sat 15 Jun 2024
Barnfield Theatre
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Punt & Dennis photo. Steve Punt, a middle-aged white man with dark brown hair, wearing a black jacket over a navy shirt, leans against a black iron railing in central London. Hugh Dennis, a middle-aged white man with light brown hair and a grey beard, wearing a blue suit, hangs off the iron railing.
Punt & Dennis
Mon 17 Jun 2024
Northcott Theatre
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The Massive Tragedy of Madame Bovary promo artwork: red carpeted background; a slender white hand holds up a green, art-deco-style 'arsenic' bottle, which casts the shadow of a mouse on the carpet behind it; yellow text reads 'The Massive Tragedy of Madame Bovary; based on the novel by Gustave Flabert; lovingly derailed by John Nicholson.
The Massive Tragedy of Madame Bovary
Wed 19 Jun 2024 - Sat 22 Jun 2024
Northcott Theatre
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