The Duchess of Malfi

Exeter University Shakespeare Company: The Duchess of Malfi Tuesday 25 January 2022 7:00pm The Duchess of Malfi celebrates women with power, as the Duchess rules and acts on her own will to remarry for love. This independence is tested through the world of men she operates in. They grow jealous of her influence and breaching of […]

The Duchess of Malfi

Exeter University Shakespeare Company: The Duchess of Malfi Monday 24th January 2022 19:00 The Duchess of Malfi celebrates women with power, as the Duchess rules and acts on her own will to remarry for love. This independence is tested through the world of men she operates in. They grow jealous of her influence and breaching of […]

The Exeter Nativity – A Journey to Life!

The Exeter Nativity I A Journey to Life! Exeter Cathedral’s Nativity Returns! Of course nothing is certain these days but we have plans for a full scale production with actors and animals, a slightly rebellious heavenly host, music to enjoy, and carols to sing. The action will begin in the Cathedral at 3pm on Sunday […]

[Not] The Exeter Nativity

This year’s Exeter Nativity is different! It’s a different style, with Covid-secure measures in place. But you’ll still enjoy that special blend of humour and pathos, with the overriding message of Christmas. Also live streamed on our Facebook page! To be part of the Cathedral audience, online booking is essential at www.ticketsource.co.uk/exetercathedral Also live streamed […]

Shakespeare in the Garden – Handlebards perform The Comedy of Errors

The boys are back and we are opening up the Cloister Garden this year for the return of the Handlebards Theatre Company. As this show will be performed outdoors this year, please bring your own chair or blanket to sit on, a picnic to dig into, and dress for the weather! The Cloister Garden opens […]

Exeter University Shakespeare Company; King Lear

King Lear Exeter University Shakespeare Company return to Exeter Cathedral after last years sell-out run of ‘Doctor Faustus’. This year they present King Lear, one of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies, with a production that explores ideas of gender, power and loyalty. Dates Tuesday 28th January at 19.30 Thursday 30th January at 19.30 Friday 31st January […]

Hanging Hooke: A Solo Play About Robert Hooke

19.30-21.00 (21.30 with post-show discussion) Take the Space presents Hanging Hooke written by Siobhán Nicholas and performed by Chris Barnes Evening 19.30-21.00 (21.30 with post-show discussion) This is the most wonderful piece of new writing I have seen in years” Plays International Christopher Wren loved him. Isaac Newton loathed him. Robert Hooke {1635 – 1703} was […]