Come along to Exeter Library’s Language Café every second Sunday of the month and meet with others wanting to use their French, German, Spanish and Italian conversation skills. We are inviting anyone with skills in other languages to come along and see what goes on… there may be others keen to chat with you. A […]
Join in a new drop-in reading group at Exeter Library. Relax and enjoy the power of great stories and poems read aloud in a small group. No need to book a place, just come along. This event is part of National Libraries Week.
Rory McLeod is an ex circus clown and fire eater; a one-man-soul-band and poet; rhythmic storyteller; multi-instrumentalist telling unpalatable truths about broken hearts and social injustice – in songs that are percussive, bold, lyrical, deeply personal, and have an unexpected edge to them. Accompanied by spoons, harmonica, guitar, trombone and tap-dancing shoes. He has a […]
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 […]
Alright Mate? is an audio-visual installation at Roots Barbershop And Social Space (EX4 3JW), that explores male mental health through presenting conversations with and photographs of Exeter residents. It is a collaboration between Exeter-based playwright and mental health specialist Cally Hayes, and artist Hugh McCann, made specifically for Art Week Exeter. For three days, Cally […]
A one hour spoken word, comedy, performance art show written and performed by Helen Seymour, directed by Hannah Silva. Analysing sickness, health and what it really means to recover, Helen Seymour admits you into a surreal hospital to create a funny, unique and powerful theatrical experience. Directed by Hannah Silva, “To Helen Back” blurs the […]
FOLLOWED BY PHONIC FM REGGAE DJS IN THE BAR Phonic FM presents a spoken word performance by the legendary dub poet Linton Kwesi Johnson, including readings of his famous work and incisive reflections on Black British experience. Linton Kwesi Johnson was born in 1952 in Chapelton, Clarendon, Jamaica. He came to London in 1963, went […]