The Long Goodbye

A new art installation commemorating the Great War

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Cuckoo's Nest

Footsbarn Travelling Theatre bring their own joyful twist to Ken Kesey’s cult novel, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

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Ray Harryhausen

Bill Douglas Cinema Museum presents an exhibition of artwork and models from across the career of the late Ray Harryhausen

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Simon Callow: The Man Jesus

A fresh and moving account of biblical stories performed by one of Britain's best-loved actors

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Summer on Campus

A major art installation entitled The Long Goodbye: A Conversation Across a Century, commemorating the Great War has now opened on Campus . Through letters and postcards, a wide range of people have been invited to send a message back to people in 1914 and the installation, which is on display from the sunken garden of Reed Hall on the Streatham Campus, down to St David's train station, will be in place until approximately early September - the message cards are biodegradable. Find out more here.

Summer is a great time to visit the University's beautiful Streatham Campus.  Come onto campus and see the wonderful flowers in bloom, tended by the University's dedicated Grounds Team and enjoy the sculpture collection - all free of charge.

Why not book tickets for one of the productions at the Exeter Northcott Theatre?  There's family entertainment with Peppa Pig's Big Splash on 9 - 10 August. On 30 August the theatre will be presenting Just So, a piece of professional theatre about a First World War soldier, devised by participants of the Exeter Northcott's Summer School with the team of professionals at the theatre.


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