We’ve been a bit slow off the mark, but there’s still a chance to see the critically acclaimed (Edinburgh fringe festival 2011 smash hit, no less) Shutterland, at the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter.
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.
Jonathan Brown – him of the Father Monologues – and the cast of Something Underground Theatre Co have won the Best New Play Award at the Brighton Fringe Festival 2012 for their production The Last Lunch.
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.
An award-winning theatre production entitled Release is premiering at Dartington Hall on Thursday, 24 to mark the launch of a new project to help ex-offenders, ahead of a national tour.
Backward Glance, an award-winning production from multi-story theatre company – they picked up a Creativity Award prize in Prague in 2009 – is at The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter.
Pilot’s Thumb is taking a dystopic vision of the world to The Bike Shed Theatre stage.
The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter, has won the Empty Space, Mark Marvin Rent Subsidy Award 2011 for its in-house production of Bunnies.
David Cameron is a lot of things, and an inspiration for playwrights isn’t the first thing that springs to mind, but the first in-house production for the autumn season at the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter, has been inspired by the politician’s inelegant politicking when he announced ‘state multi-culturalism in the UK has failed’.
The Maddening Rain had an excellent 2010, and now the darkly comic story of success and loss is in the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter, as part of a UK tour and New York run at Brits off Broadway festival.
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.
Following last year’s Around The World in Eighty Days, Quirk Theatre Company return to the Exeter Phoenix this December with an adaptation of George MacDonald’s celebrated 1872 fairytale The Princess and the Goblin.
With the way the climate looks to be going, the Quixotic journey to find a tropical rain forest in Northumberland may not be so far fetched in the not-so-distant future, but that’s what the one man mini epic adventure story The Stations: Fourstones, aims to do in its tale of a voyage of discover – and hot from its hit run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
A new play from Howard Barker, Blok/Eko is getting its world premiere at the Exeter Northcott Theatre, and it comes from a unique partnership and Barker’s residence as Creative Fellow at Exeter University.
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Despite having studied English Literature at university, I have never read a Pinter play. Nor have I, before last night at least, seen one performed: shameful I know, but there it is. So it was to my great delight and educational advancement that I was invited to attend The Bike Shed Theatre in Exeter’s new production of Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter.
Harold Pinter’s one-act play The Dumb Waiter is making an appearance at Exeter’s The Bike Shed Theatre.
The Accordionist is a piece of music theatre written by Dorset singer/songwriter and performer Bethany Jameson and is popping into The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter on its way to London’s New End Theatre season in April, following successful run in Poole in February, where audiences described it as a ‘truly beautiful play’ with ‘amazing singing with fantastic lyrics’.
Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox, an opera by Tobias Picker, with text by Donald Sturrock, tours the UK visiting the Exeter Northcott on Tuesday, March 22. The production, directed by English Touring Opera’s education director, Tim Yealland features 21 Exeter schoolchildren performing alongside a cast of professional singers.
Goucher’s War, a new play by Daniel Jamieson, from Exeter’s Theatre Alibi in association with the Exeter Phoenix, where it starts on Friday, February 25 tells the story of Donald Goucher, a popular children’s writer blessed with a wildly fertile imagination.
This week The Bike Shed Theatre in Exeter is hosting Josh’s Monsters, an utterly compelling new drama from celebrated North Devon company Multistory. My attendance at yesternight’s opening was a challenging but fulfilling experience.