Performistanbul is a performance platform founded by Simge Burhanoğlu in 2015, with the aim to unite performance artists under one roof, and promote their participation in new projects.
Celebrating the 110th anniversary of Irish playwright, poet and novelist Samuel Beckett, James Elston stages Krapp’s Last Tape.
StreetFest 2014 is on the look out for artists with bags of talent, who can deliver an incredible live performance for its Unsigned London stage.
Sense of Space, a multi-sensory performance by deafblind artists and their support staff, took place in a new theatre in Archway.
Witty, exciting, thoughtful and engaging, there’s a steely core to LOW PROFILE – and there’s a clue in the title of their latest show Against All Odds, which continues until July 6, 2013 at the Exeter Phoenix.
Theatre Alibi premiere a contemporary version of Charles Dickens’ Old Curiosity Shop premiering at Exeter Northcott Theatre on March 8 prior to a national tour. Curiosity Shop is a co-production with Exeter Northcott and Oxford Playhouse.
The prospect of exciting theatre for young people is always worth a tingle or two to the spine, and that is apparently what Scruffy Mutt Theatre provide.
On a wild night in 2004, far from civilization in a remote valley on Dartmoor, a group of creative teenagers were camping out with with their drama group run by MED Theatre.
Get set for a whirlwind journey through history this summer courtesy of Shakespeare and The Elysium Theatre Company.
Comedy can often be uncomfortable, and clowns give you the heebie-jeebies, not least with the territory they explore.
make-shift is a string of performances which re-imagine ‘the private actions of our domestic lives as multiple, interconnected and with global consequences’ – there was almost an air of prescience when Paula Crutchlow talked about the launch of the interactive online performance make-shift way back in November 2010.
A performance of Two Gentlemen of Verona could easily become a tale of Two Cities, as University of Exeter Drama Department joins up the Cambridge performers to present the play in Exeter and Cambridge at the same time.
The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter, has won the Empty Space, Mark Marvin Rent Subsidy Award 2011 for its in-house production of Bunnies.
Feedback is one of the most important things for an artist to receive, now SCRATCH at Exeter’s Bike Shed Theatre is offering a work-in-progress event where the audience is invited to be a part of the action by providing feedback to every piece they see. From praise to criticism it doesn’t matter, as long as it is useful.
Strictly Collaborative, the inclusive theatre company for disabled and non-disabled people aged between 13 and 25, is launching its next project, Restraints, on September 12 and is calling for input.
New organisation Wide Awake Devon won Grants for the Arts cash to help it broker relationships between the artistic communities of Devon, including live performance makers, companies, arts organisations and venues.
New Devon Opera is gearing up for its seventh season of bringing top class opera to the people of Devon. This year Bizet’s smouldering Carmen will be doing the rounds.
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.
Foster&Déchery’s Epic pops into Dartington as its national tour starts coming to an end.