As Exeter’s first TED event had to move online this year, Elise Hamersley discusses the highlights of the various performances and talks given at the digital event.
Ariane Joudrey discusses the implications that streaming theatrical productions may have on the experience of the viewer and how this may influence the way in which people respond the the return of live theatre
Jaysim Hanspal, Print Features Editor, interviews the inventive performance artist Richard DeDomenici
Anna Romanovska, Print Lifestyle Editor, reviews Spotlights Show Choir’s newest show, ‘Expressing Yourself’.
We live in an age where climate change, terrorism, suicide rates, gender and confidence issues are discussed as much as what type of tea one would like in the afternoon. For a young person, it is difficult to know where to fit in this chaotic modern world. In their touring play, ‘Next Thing’, the award-winning […]
Imagine if exam boards condoned Maths GCSE calculus units completed with the use of a smart phone calculator app rather than a scientific calculator. If Chemistry GCSE practicals did not require live demonstrations by the teacher of the scientific process before students were expected to complete the experiment, and they could just watch a quick […]
On the 2nd March, Exeter’s Art Society will be holding a life drawing class to raise awareness of mental illness. For various reasons, mental health is an issue quite close to my heart, so I thought that I would contribute to increase public understanding of mental health issues by writing about my experiences with anxiety […]
In a small seminar space in the Queens building, performance artist and director Tess Denman-Cleaver is talking about a much wider sense of place, evoking the receding shore, cold waters, and broad skies of the North Sea. The description of her experience of sea-swimming and island exploration off the coast of Northumberland, which has formed […]
There are little girls everywhere in the audience, with criss-crossed plaits pinned tightly across their heads, pink bows peeking from pristine buns and excitedly clutching programmes. This is a vision of every young girl in dance class taking their first trip to the ballet, and I am reminded of my own first trip as an […]
Theatre with Teeth, one of Exeter’s student run theatre companies, have set themselves the bold challenge of writing, directing and performing a play in the space of 24 hours, a feat most would find daunting if not insurmountable. As I take my seat in the M&D Room the excitement and anticipation of the audience is […]