Audience Makers is a new project at the Exeter Northcott Theatre to explore and engage the community in the theatre’s rich history
Malory Towers, a theatre production on tour of the famous stories, is a Busby Berkely-stype production but in an earthy, feminist way
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
Forget the tub-thumping, the touring Stf-theatre company’s production of Henry V is a play for our times which questions leadership
It’s the 50th anniversary of The Morecambe & Wise Show, where two of the UK’s top entertainers cemented their legendary status, so it seems timely that the stage show An Evening Of Eric And Ern is setting off on the road, and calling into the Northcott Theatre, Exeter on the way. The highly acclaimed portrayal […]
The Wipers Times, the story of a satirical front line trench newspaper during the World War I is touring theatres in the UK. Here’s a Q&A with the writers
The Regional Touring Network promises high-quality drama throughout England at an assortment of great venues, including the Exeter Northcott
Theatre Alibi give a twist to Dickens’ Old Curiosity Shop at the Exeter Northcott Theatre before National Tour
A new play by a writer as accomplished as Howard Barker is a remarkable event at any time, but what is particularly significant about this world premiere at Exeter Northcott, is that it marks a new collaboration between universities and theatres, research councils and writers.
The Exeter University to set up a new company to run the Exeter Northcott. The theatre will go ahead with both the Exeter Summer Festival events and is planning a winter programme, including a Christmas show.
The Exeter Northcott plays host to The Ministry of Fear by Theatre Alibi and the Oxford Playhouse
Theatre Alibi are performing Graham Greene’s The Ministry of Fear is at the Exeter Northcott. Have a listen to this atmospheric live score for double bass and sax and a stunning set and lighting inspired by the bombed-out wreckage of London during the Blitz.
Exeter University Theatre Company directors Isolde Godfrey and Nick Cassen talk to Arts+Culture about Harvey, the play they’re putting on at the Exeter Northcott
A six-foot one-inch rabbit is the central character in Exeter University Theatre Company’s production of Harvey at the Exeter Northcott from Tuesday, February 2 to Saturday, February 6.
Exeter Northcott is holding a Mark Ravenhill and Phillip Whiteman double bill with Eschara and Shoot/ Get Treasure/ Repeat at the theatre from Wednesday, February 17