Hidden Florence is a new free app to help you explore the complex history of the city through the eyes of those who lived there
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its 125th year, and you can join them at Exeter University for a new season. Tickets on sale now
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.
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra will present an evening of seasonal classics and hits from shows at the Great Hall, Exeter University
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra will be at Exeter Guildhall with a a deeply moving concert of Elgar, Ravel and Vaughan Williams
A four-year study will show the extent of trading networks throughout the period and Exeter’s changing role within the region.
Christmas too commercialised? The Victorians allayed their fears by sending Christmas cards created by respected artists, according to Exeter Uni’s Dr Patricia Zakreski
Exeter’s Spacex is calling for artists whose practice involves collaboration and an exploration of how art is used in a social context
Take a trip through Shakespeare’s history plays this summer
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.
Performing Arts Summer Sessions for young people are running throughout the South West for fun creative opportunities for young people to banish summer boredom.
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.
Exeter University raised the question ‘why do the arts and culture matter’ in a panel debate chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby – turns out art and culture make the world a better place to live…
Exeter University has joined Dorset County Museum, Dorset History Centre, The New Hardy Players and the Thomas Hardy Society in the campaign to keep an important collection of original papers, adaptations and staging of Thomas Hardy’s works by the Hardy Players in the UK and in the West Country
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.