Ems Coombes, director of Plymouth’s inclusive theatre group Strictly Collaborative, peers into the future of what’s on at the Theatre Royal, which includes Funky Llama Cabaret Night, the Rocky Horror Picture Show, Pub Rock, No Idea, Hofesh Schechter and Oklahoma. Take it away, Ems…
South Devon writer Louise Jenkins seeks a small group of people who are prepared to workshop a new script she is developing over the next two months. The script has to be ready Friday, May 14, so there will be about three workshops between now and then.
Young Torbay musicians are showcasing their talents at The Bay’s premier music event for young people: Torbay Schools’ Festival of Performing Arts, which started on Monday, March 22 to Wednesday 31 March.
A recital of opera highlights with principal singers from English Touring Opera Spring Season at Honiton Festival‘s second Opera Gala evening at St Paul’s Church, Honiton on Friday March 26 at 7.30pm.
Strictly Collaborative, the new professional theatre company aimed at 13-25 year old disabled and non-disabled people will open its first performance, A Place for Belonging, on Monday, March 29, at the Barbican Theatre, Plymouth.
The People’s Company will be staging the Short Play Festival in the Drum Theatre, Plymouth, from Wednesday, February 17 to Saturday, February 20.
A provocative double bill showing the effects of war and terrorism on society, Cheekish Productions’ perform Eschara and Shoot/ Get Treasure/ Repeat at Exeter Northcott from Wednesday 17 to Saturday 20 February.
Fresh new writing is at the Exeter Northcott with their Beyond Nora performance, part of the Exeter Northcott’s commitment to promoting new writing made in Devon – with the post script, local subjects, global themes.
Hannah Silva’s solo multimedia performance Panopticon will be shown as part of In the Flesh, at the Barbican, Plymouth, on Friday, November 13 at 9.35pm.
The Exeter Phoenix is looking for a slew of woman artists to take part in an art extravaganza on the eve of International Women’s Day 2010 (Sunday, March 7, 8pm).
Create Theatre from Dawlish and the Teignmouth Player, Tykes, present Granny Galactica by David Haines at the Carlton Theatre, Teignmouth on November 6-7.
No more kitchen sink dramas, shop check-out dramas are the order of the day in Trading Local when a series of plays by Devon writers are performed in shops throughout Exeter’s Sidwell Street on Saturday, November 14.
Plymouth Arts Centre is calling for artists (including students) from Devon and Cornwall, who are interested in deevloping performance elements in their work to get into touch.
A new production of The Winter’s Tale is coming to the Exeter Northcott theatre from Tuesday, November 10 to Saturday, November 14.
We’ve had a recommendation come through for Action Hero, who will be performing Watch Me Fall at the Exeter Phoenix, November 17, at 8pm
To mark the 250th anniversary of Handel’s death, English Touring Opera are bringing Europe’s largest festival of Handel opera to Exeter Northcott. Five fully-staged Handel productions, and a comprehensive series of recitals, talks and masterclasses, make this the Handel event of the year.
The Fahrenheit Twins, a production based on a short story by Michel Faber, adapted by respected theatre company Told by an Idiot and director Matthew Dunster, had its premiere at the Drum Theatre Plymouth, and runs until Saturday, October 10.
Following the success of Yesterday in 2008, award-winning choreographer Jasmin Vardimon returns to Exeter to present her latest large-scale production Justitia.
The Spacex Gallery, the RAMM and Exeter Crab Man, Phil Smith, plus the Blazing Tales team are exploring the global history of the River Exe around Exeter’s Fore Street and the Quay on Saturday, October 10 from 10am to 6pm.
A Dolls House is on at the Exeter Northcott theatre until Saturday, September 26, and we’ve got some production photos, take a gander – which character are you most like, do you reckon?
Performance poet Hannah Silva got in touch to tell us about Boat on the Water, at the Mayflower Marina, in Plymouth on Friday July 31 and Saturday, August 1.