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Review: ‘One for Sorrow’ @ Tucker’s Hall

Spending an hour on the edge of your seat whilst being immersed like never before in a haunting tale is a sure way to...

‘Allelujah!’ Review by Alan Bennett

"Heaven is like Heathrow airport, there's bound to be a VIP lounge." Alan Bennett is back with his new play, 'Allelujah!', playing at the Bridge...

Review: Footlights’ My Fair Lady

After almost 60 years, 'My Fair Lady' returned to Exeter this term as Footlights took over the Lemon Grove for four nights. As always,...

Preview: ‘Giant Days’ by Non Pratt

"The reason we came here- to university- wasn't to avoid the rest of the world; it was to explore it." In Non Pratt's witty and...

Review: ‘My Fair Lady’ @ The Lemon Grove

My Fair Lady, Lerner and Loewe’s musical adaptation of Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw, was met with a rapturous reception - setting records for...

Review: Plucked @ Exeter Phoenix

Veganism seems to be a topic which is frequently joked about, with the stereotype of the militant and preachy vegan dominating most conversations about...

Review: The Royal Ballet’s ‘Elizabeth I’

In the current climate of obsessions with regal romances, the Royal Ballet’s performance of Elizabeth I does not differ. Will Tuckett and Alastair Middleton’s...

Review: SHERWOOD @ Kay House

The story of Robin Hood is age old, and whether you are acquainted with it through the 1973 Disney film, or just through its...

Review: 2 Mouthed Men @ M&D Room

The concept of combining beatboxing with sketch comedy is already a profound enough feat in itself and, upon entering the M&D Room, some funky...

Review: Bill Bailey @ Plymouth Pavilions

After one faulty train ticket machine, one subsequently missed train, one caught-but-delayed train, and a consequently brisk run to the venue, I sat down...