Exeter Theatre Community open up about new “Opening Up” Initiative Print Editor Kamila Bell reports on the new anti-racist initiative within the Exeter Theatre community, “Opening Up”. The University of Exeter Theatre community is introducing a new collaborative initiative of inclusivity called “Opening Up”. On 14 June, Chad St. Louis, fourth-year History student and incumbent […]
Online Comment editor, Gaia Neiman, reviews Exeter University’s Shakespeare Company’s ‘King Lear’ performed at Exeter Cathedral.
Anna Romanovska, Print Lifestyle Editor, reviews Spotlights Show Choir’s newest show, ‘Expressing Yourself’.
Scarlett Parr-Reid, Science Print Editor, interviews Medical Imaging lecturer Julie Mills, the organiser of the latest A Pint Sized Conversation performance at Exeter, as well as Dylan Frankland, director and actor and Ferdinand Boucher, medicine student at Exeter who attended the performance.
Social Secretary Olivia Gomez and Print Screen Editor Sam Thomson tackle whether Alan Moore’s seminal graphic novel is truly ‘unadaptable’
Best described as a ghost story set in Victorian Exeter, ‘One for Sorrow’ depicts Thomas Flay, a textile merchant at a time when textiles made Exeter one of the most significant cities in England. When his wife disappears on their wedding day, he searches in vain. But the real main character is Ignatius, Thomas’ brother, […]
On the 9th of November I was privileged enough to review EUTCo’s performance of Neil LaBute’s ‘The Shape of Things’. I knew I was in for a night of culture when I entered the M&D Room to find it in the style of an art gallery. The room was lined with portraits of a man […]
Theatre With Teeth’s production ‘Angelus’ is a bold and emphatic piece of new writing, which certainly lives up to Swain’s esteemed reputation. Set in the Irish countryside, the tyrannical ruling within this dystopian world shows that a red splash of paint on your door signifies an execution, and a red envelope through your door means […]
My Fair Lady, Lerner and Loewe’s musical adaptation of Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw, was met with a rapturous reception – setting records for the longest running Broadway show and creating a popular film starring Audrey Hepburn. Exeter Footlights’ reprisal, almost exactly 60 years later, combines the crackle and charm of the original stage production […]
Veganism seems to be a topic which is frequently joked about, with the stereotype of the militant and preachy vegan dominating most conversations about a lifestyle free of animal products. Although DiceBox’s first production, Plucked, has not marketed itself as ‘vegan theatre’, primarily focusing on the story of its mute protagonist, the troubled 12 year […]