On Thursday 7 December, the Great Hall, Exeter will once again host Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, led by guest conductor Vassily Sinaisky and joined by the award-winning concert pianist Kirill Gerstein, whom the New York Times describes as “one of the most respected pianists of his generation”. ‘An Artist’s Reply’ includes three compositions from Russian composers, each a response to a personal threat.
English Touring Theatre return to the Exeter Northcott Theatre in March with their new, critically-acclaimed, production of The Herbal Bed.
Exeter Northcott Theatre is proud to present artistic and executive director Paul Jepson’s directorial debut for the theatre with a new adaptation of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal. The production is also Exeter Northcott Theatre’s first full in-house production in six years.
The University of Exeter will make significant investment into the Exeter Northcott Theatre as part of a new partnership.