Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery’s new public art project Museum at Large, Is in Exeter city centre this autumn
Exeter Cathedral is back on the events map, with the Amadeus Orchestra set to perform its postponed annual summer concert there this year
Growing Together is Exeter’s RAMM’s newest community initiative, and places planting and growing at the centre of improving civic wellbeing.
A thousand-year-old riddle has been the inspirational jumping off point to bring together printmakers, historians, a poet and a filmmaker
With the House Never Wins, Kill The Cat Theatre found themselves unwittingly at the vanguard of virtual theatre. Here’s what they did
The online adventure The Three Worlds is created by Burn The Curtain and is one of Exeter Northcott’s The Time is Now commissions
Oh My God! It’s The Church will be preaching to the converted and non converted alike as they embark on their spring UK tour
The People’s Poet, and pop culture influence wagon, Dr John Cooper Clarke is on his Luckiest Guy Alive tour, with poetry, riffs and chat
Hunter & the Bear are off on a spring tour with a new single, Digital Light, and more new music. Or rather, new bangers to get sweaty to
Music in the Galleries at the RAMM in Exeter, invites you to make your way through the museum with live musical accompaniment
Audience Makers is a new project at the Exeter Northcott Theatre to explore and engage the community in the theatre’s rich history
The BellRays are spreading their punk, rock and soul stylings up and down the UK with their infamous teaching and preaching
The Exeter Phoenix is planning a solar-powered auditorium and is calling on people to help show support in the M&S Energy Community Fund
Punk / folk band Skinny Lister are starting their UK tour in Exeter. And their Second Amendment single highlights a band worth seeing
Cracking is a play by Cally Hayes that helps men talk opening about mental health and the pressures they are under.