Fast-paced and funny performance poets Mab Jones and Anthony Fairweather are taking their slam-winning style of spoken poetry to the Exeter Fringe Festival with their show That’s Easy For You To Say.
SLUG! is the story of a woman who encounters both her nemesis and unexpected erotic fulfilment in the form of giant, home-wrecking, tango-dancing Slugs – we’ve all been there…
Sister Of, translated by Judith Amsenga and Nick Bruckman, brings lauded Dutch playwright Lot Vekemans’ story of Greek anti-heroine Ismene – sister of Antigone, daughter of Oedipus – was at Exeter Fringe Festival on its way to London and Nottingham.
Spellbinding stories, theatre, fortune-telling and stirring music following the migration of the Gypsy people from their home of Rajasthan, through Arabia, the Balkans, Central Europe and the British Isles is told by Catching the Gypsy’s Tale, at the Rusty Bike as part of the Exeter Fringe Festival.
Singer/songwriter Annika Brown will be taking you on an acoustic journey through her fictional, personal, surreal, playful and sometimes dark world at the Rusty Bike in Exeter as part of the Exeter Fringe Festival.
Gloucestershire-based theatre company, Spaniel in the Works are bringing two special sport-based performances to the Exeter Fringe Festival.
Keith Hyett plays a varied concert of guitar music, calling on his many musical infuences, from the rock music of his teenage years, to classical favourites by Bach and Beethoven, as well as flamenco and folk music – which could explain his diverse appeal.
Exeter Fringe Festival is an 11-day celebration of live performance with 78 companies (31 of them from Devon) playing six venues during the 11 days from June 22 to July 2.