Drive-in pantomime coming to Exeter this Christmas The Birmingham Stage Company, in collaboration with Horrible Histories, has organised a Christmas drive-in pantomime to take place amid COVID-19 restrictions. Two performances will be held at Exeter Racecourse on Friday 18 December, at 4:30pm and 7pm. Families will watch the show from the safety of their cars, […]
Music Editor Bridie Adams reviews the hit musical, Hamilton, and the experience of viewing it from the comfort of your own home.
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 […]
Elizabeth Brown discusses the BBC’s watery new adaptation of this beloved classic.
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
Online Editor, Maddie Baker investigates the rise of virtual theatre- starting with Exeter Phoenix
Courtney Priday explores the delights of reading scripts during nationwide theatre shutdowns.
Online Comment editor, Gaia Neiman, reviews Exeter University’s Shakespeare Company’s ‘King Lear’ performed at Exeter Cathedral.
Freda Worrell reviews Northcott Theatre’s latest pantomime, Beauty and the Beast.
Anna Romanovska, Print Lifestyle Editor, reviews Spotlights Show Choir’s newest show, ‘Expressing Yourself’.