Theatre

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Exmouth’s Centre Stage is “madly rehearsing” Sweeney Todd, which opens soon at the Pavilion.

A memorable Easter message in Exmouth

Sunday, March 22, 2015
Front row fom left: Clemmie Donald, Jasmine Woolsey and Chloe Hunter play narrators in The Hopeful Grave. Victoria Woolsey (centre, rear) is also in the cast. Photo: Shaun Fry.

With Easter nearly upon us, there’s a timely play at Exmouth’s Holy Trinity Church on Saturday, April 4.

Honiton society wins prize for pantomime

Saturday, March 21, 2015
Members of Honiton Pantomime Society receive their award from NODA. Picture courtesy: McPhersonPhotography.co.uk

Honiton Pantomime Society’s 2014 production Jack and the Beanstalk has won the Wilfred Roe Trophy for Stage Decor at the NODA South West Awards Gala.

Bold Girls arrives in Exmouth

Friday, March 20, 2015
Bold Girls. Photo: Linda Bowen.

A gripping drama has just opened in Exmouth. Bold Girls is at the Blackmore Theatre in Bicton Street until Saturday, March 21.

Centre Stage's Regan Meadowcroft

Sweeney Todd – the latest production from Exmouth youth theatre Centre Stage – is due soon at the Exmouth Pavilion. Running from March 31-April 4, it’s a story of murderous revenge and cannibalism, with one of Sondheim’s greatest scores.

Bold Girls. Photo: Linda Bowen.

The Exmouth Players’ latest production – Bold Girls – opens this Monday (March 16) at the Blackmore Theatre on Exmouth’s Bicton Street, and runs until Saturday, March 21.

Puppet play in Awliscombe

Friday, March 13, 2015

Puppetcraft is presenting a new version of Monkey by Michael Rosen, with Villages in Action

Children excel on Axmouth stage

Friday, March 6, 2015

Axmouth Village Hall hosted two sell-out performances of the pantomime Sleeping Beauty, specially written for Axmouth Children’s Theatre by director Malcolm Henty.

The performance of Hickory Dickory Dock by Colaton Raleigh players. Ref exe 3112-08-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

It was my first visit to a Colaton Raleigh Players’ pantomime for some years and I’m pleased to say that I was not disappointed when I attended a performance of Hickory Dickory Dock, writes Christopher Holland.

Dracula comes to Lympstone!

Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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Be very careful out there... Dracula is coming to Lympstone!

Students from Exmouth School of Performing Arts in rehearsal for Essence of Ireland.

Essence of Ireland – a lavish musical and dance extravaganza, set against the backdrop of Ireland, England, America and Spain from the 19th-century to the early 1960s – is coming to Exmouth Pavilion on Thursday, March 5.

Exmouth Players go for bold

Sunday, March 1, 2015
Exmouth Players' Bold Girls in rehearsal. Photo: Linda Bowen.

After the success of the Exmouth Players’ production of The Wind in the Willows, its next offering at the Blackmore Theatre – from March 16 to March 21 – could not be more different, writes Andy Jury.

Murder mystery in Budleigh Salterton

Sunday, March 1, 2015
Pam Terry as Mary and Dave King as Allen in Salterton Players' Prescription for Murder.

The Salterton Players’ latest production – Prescription for Murder – opens this Monday (March 2), at 7.30pm, at the Salterton Playhouse, writes Mary Logan.

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