BUBBLEWRAP, HAPPY FAT After a total sell-out of her Dead Baby Frog tour in 2018, Sofie heads to Exeter Phoenix with the show that won her the Edinburgh Fringe Best Newcomer award, Bubblewrap, all about self-acceptance and mental health. Plus, a first chance to hear her read from her new book Happy Fat, a manifesto […]
Lesley is celebrating 25 years in publishing and will be discussing her new book “The House Across the Street”. Copies of the book will be sold at the event. The event is part of National Libraries Week at Exeter Library. Tickets, including a cream tea, are £6 from the library help point or £6.88 from Eventbrite.
Sat 20 Oct, 11am to 12.30pm, £5 Explore far-future civilisations and adventures with author Philip Reeve. Joining us at RAMM, as part of the Exetreme Imagination Festival, Philip will talk about his work developing both the Mortal Engines and Railhead Series. If you enjoy Philip’s enthralling novels, and would love to ask him about the […]
Simon Reeve’s first-ever theatre tour will feature the world-famous journalist recount tales from over 15 years of travelling to the most remote and extreme corners of the planet. From being chased by pirates, hounded by the Mafia and bombed by Columbian barons, Simon Reeve has travelled through over 120 countries and his BBC documentaries have […]
Exeter Heritage Open Days 2018 runs from Thursday 13 September – Sunday 16 September and offers a unique opportunity to visit, free of charge, some of Exeter’s most interesting and unusual historical sites and buildings. Heritage Open Days celebrates England’s architecture and culture by offering free access to properties that usually charge for admission or are not normally […]
Join us for the perfect evening for summer fiction fans with some of our favourite female authors! Cathy Bramley, Miranda Dickinson, Lisa Dickenson and Holly Martin for an interview, Q&A and signing as we celebrate the release of A Match Made in Devon by Cathy Bramley, as well as fabulous titles such as Somewhere Beyond […]
Come and meet a team of scientists from the University of Exeter, and discover what the science of light and materials reveals about different museum objects. Take part in hands-on experiments and demonstrations throughout the day. Learn how butterflies get their colours, why emeralds are green but rubies are red, and many more natural marvels […]
A special screening of the two newly commissioned moving-image works by The Jerwood/FVU award recipients Patrick Hough and Lawrence Lek, followed by a Q&A with featured artist Patrick Hough. In response to the curatorial theme, Neither One Thing Or Another, Hough and Lek both employ pioneering, conceptually fitting, technologies to examine the steadily blurring line between […]