Sir Ian McKellen launched the ‘pay it forward’ campaign in Exeter Northcott to help get people to pantomimes who wouldn’t be able to afford it
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The EMG Symphony Orchestra, the EMG Singers and French choir, the Jean-Marie Lorand Ensemble plus more at Exeter Cathedral for St Petrock’s
Seth Lakeman will perform his Well-Worn Path album at Exeter Cathedral, a fitting gig for the music recorded in his Dartmoor studio
Women Artists close out the year at Exeter’s RAMM, with an exhibition that finishes 2018, kicks off the new year and runs into summer.
It starts with Gandalf, and could end up with you on stage with him! Ian McKellen is going on tour to celebrate his 80th and raise funds for theatre
The EMG Symphony Orchestra will be back at Exeter Cathedral with Mahler’s Symphony No 5 in aid of Living with Aphasia
Enjoy some of the world’s most relaxing symphonic music in Exeter with the BSO, pianist Anna Fedorova and conductor Marta Gardolińska
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its 125th year, and you can join them at Exeter University for a new season. Tickets on sale now
Cornish duo Echo Town are kicking off the tour of their new album Kin in Exeter and calling into Plymouth.
It’s all change at the Exeter Phoenix this summer, and to ease the edge and the eye they are calling for creatives to offer their ideas for a design to the place that is robust and reflects the creative, inclusive ethos of the venue in their design commission. Find out how to apply
Collections will be brought to life as the EMG Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Leo Geyer takes you through the 150 years of Exeter’s RAMM with a special concert at Exeter Cathedral
Art historian, critic and curator Dr Jean Wainwright has brought together a group of internationally recognised artists for Another Spring, at the Exeter Phoenix. The exhibition reflects those nationalistic trends in Western Society
Young In Hong is at the Exeter Phoenix with The Moon’s Trick exhibition, which mixes quiet thoughtfulness with a sense of action
Young In Hong opens her The Moon’s Tick show at the Exeter Phoenix with a live performance. The exhibition draws on imagery of collective protest and demonstration in recent Korean history and allude to the politics and economics of the (predominantly female) global textiles industry
Artist Phillippa Mills claims she is no social commentator, but her exhibition Truth and Beauty at The Forum, Exeter Uni, takes the pressure of staying thin to explore the thin line between beauty and disposability.