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Review: Chopping Chillies

It was a Friday night and, in true British fashion, the rain had not stopped. I was debating whether or not the show I...

It’s not about the music anymore: Glastonbury from another perspective

The economy of human hedonism; people pass in droves innumerable. They flatten in colour over the horizon as I look through the flaps in...

In with the new (but not out with the old): the V&A’s new Exhibition...

The Victoria & Albert Museum has always been one of my favourites due to its hybridity of old and new – from historical artefacts...

EUTCO presents: ‘Me, as a Penguin’

Tom Wells' charmingly eccentric comedy-drama has been taken on by EUTCO, and it’s safe to say that the theatre company has done the play...

Review: EUCB’s Concert on the Quay

In a rare spell of unusual sunshine, I found myself walking with my housemates to the Quay to witness probably the best band in...

Review: Theatre With Teeth’s WOOLF @ Exeter and Devon Institution

Walking into the production, we were advised this show was unfinished and a work in progress. Only forty minutes long, it was not the...

Review: Much Ado About Nothing @ Exeter Lemon Grove: ‘Deftly composed’

UoE Shakespeare Society’s staging of Much Ado About Nothing opens with verve: May Macleod, who plays Audrey, sings in the dim red-purplish light of...

Interview with Will Jarvis on ‘Sealed’

A new play produced by Katie Jenkins of Exeter’s own Theatre With Teeth, written and co-directed with Niamh Smith by Will Jarvis, Sealed is...

If it’s a Scottish play, why is it in German? Dimitra Mina reviews...

I ought to preface this review with the statement “I do not speak any German”. Although one of my personal goals for my year abroad...

The art of wreckage: ‘Hope and Renewal’ on Cathedral Green

Just over six months since a fire destroyed the Royal Clarence Hotel - England’s oldest hotel - a temporary art sculpture on the theme...