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.
Phillip Pulman will speak at a public lecture at Exeter University about about the ways in which we read, and the connection between stories and pictures. He’sin town to pick up an Honorary Degree from Exeter University
Exeter Northcott’s theatre presents its spring showcase, with the Ministry Of Fear, from Exeter Northcott and Theatre Alibi, together with Oxford Playhouse; Pilot Theatre with The Fever Chart; Forkbeard Fantasy with The Colour Of Nonsense; Whipping It Up; James And The Giant Peach; English Touring Opera’s Don Pasquale, The Marriage Of Figaro, and Benjamin Britten’s Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream; plus The Rainbow Fish, How The Koala Learnt To Hug and Gilbert & Sullivan
Exeter University has launched a new exhibition space in the drama department with a photographic tale of cultural creativity and political activism in Southhall, London
Exeter University-based creative writing journal Riptide has managed to bag Orange Prize winning novelist and poet Helen Dunmore