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 Events for the 1st of February

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 The Mikado  

The Mikado

31st January - 3rd February 2018

£11.00 - £20.00

Exeter University’s Gilbert and Sullivan Society celebrates its fiftieth anniversary in style, with a performance of the duo’s iconic piece: The Mikado! One of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular and enduring works, The Mikado follows the antics of Nanki-Poo,...

 BSO – Monumental Brahms 

BSO – Monumental Brahms

1st February 2018

£16.00 - £40.00

Kirill Karabits, Conductor Sunwook Kim, Piano Two weighty pieces make for an evening of deep symphonic emersion. Brahms’ First Piano Concerto is a spectacular tour the force for soloist as well as orchestra. The Ukrainian composer Lyatoshinsky is relatively unknown...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 2nd of February

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 WCCEH Launch: The Living Library with special guest Alice Oswald 

WCCEH Launch: The Living Library with special guest Alice Oswald

2nd February 2018

free - please register

The Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health (WCCEH) is a world-leading research centre dedicated to providing innovative approaches to enabling health and well-being across the life course. Combining expertise from humanities and social sciences, together with natural,...

 The Mikado  

The Mikado

31st January - 3rd February 2018

£11.00 - £20.00

Exeter University’s Gilbert and Sullivan Society celebrates its fiftieth anniversary in style, with a performance of the duo’s iconic piece: The Mikado! One of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular and enduring works, The Mikado follows the antics of Nanki-Poo,...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 3rd of February

 WCCEH Launch: Walking with Cultures and Environments of Health 

WCCEH Launch: Walking with Cultures and Environments of Health

3rd February 2018

free - please register

The Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health (WCCEH) is a world-leading research centre dedicated to providing innovative approaches to enabling health and well-being across the life course. Combining expertise from humanities and social sciences, together with natural,...

 The Mikado  

The Mikado

31st January - 3rd February 2018

£11.00 - £20.00

Exeter University’s Gilbert and Sullivan Society celebrates its fiftieth anniversary in style, with a performance of the duo’s iconic piece: The Mikado! One of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular and enduring works, The Mikado follows the antics of Nanki-Poo,...

 Events for the 4th of February

 Battle of the Sexes 

Battle of the Sexes

4th February 2018

£2.00 - £3.50

With a background of the rising women’s movement for equality, in 1973, tennis World #1 Billie Jean King (Stone) faces off against retired ex-champion Bobby Riggs (Carell) claiming that no woman could ever beat him. While their on-court...

 Beyond My Control 

Beyond My Control

4th February 2018

£7.50 - £7.50

Science meets theatre in this interactive performance about epilepsy, excitability and all things neurological. Following last year’s successful pilot, this performance kick-starts a national tour of this fascinating show that brings together the worlds of science and theatre to...

 Events for the 5th of February

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Joao Pedro Rodrigues's "O Fantasma" 

Joao Pedro Rodrigues's

5th February 2018

FREE

Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1) Queens Building University of Exeter Queens Drive EX4 4QH Shot almost entirely at night, O Fantasma chronicles a young rubbish collector's descent into a world of increasingly bizarre sexual encounters. Sergio (Ricardo Meneses) spends his days living in a...

 Nina – a story about me and Nina Simone 

Nina – a story about me and Nina Simone

5th - 6th February 2018

£21.50 - £21.50

Backed by a brilliant band, Olivier Award-nominated actress Josette Bushell-Mingo (Disney’s The Lion King) mixes story and song as she draws together tales from Nina Simone's life and her own extraordinary career. Touching upon the 1960s civil rights...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 6th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Nina – a story about me and Nina Simone 

Nina – a story about me and Nina Simone

5th - 6th February 2018

£21.50 - £21.50

Backed by a brilliant band, Olivier Award-nominated actress Josette Bushell-Mingo (Disney’s The Lion King) mixes story and song as she draws together tales from Nina Simone's life and her own extraordinary career. Touching upon the 1960s civil rights...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 7th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Watch This Space 

Watch This Space

7th February 2018

£10.00 - £10.00

Dance in Devon brings Watch This Space back to the Exeter Northcott Theatre with some of the region’s best home-grown contemporary dance. This platform of new works is buzzing with energy and is a vibrant showcase of the...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 8th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

  Andy Kirkpatrick’s Psychovertical: A Higher Education 

 Andy Kirkpatrick’s Psychovertical: A Higher Education

8th February 2018

£17.30 - £17.30

Top British mountaineer, big-wall climber and winter expedition specialist, Andy has soloed the most difficult routes in the world. A leading expert on climbing gear, Andy is also an award-winning writer and film-maker with an ability to captivate any...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 9th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 ABBA - Forever 

ABBA - Forever

9th February 2018

£21.30 - £21.30

ABBA - Forever is one of the UK’s leading International tribute shows and theatre audiences from across Great Britain and Sweden have long enjoyed this superb recreation of possibly the world‘s greatest pop band. The unique Abba sound is...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 10th of February

 ICCA UK South West Quarter Final  

ICCA UK South West Quarter Final

10th February 2018

£15.00 - £25.00

As featured in the hit 'Pitch Perfect' films, The Varsity Vocals International Championship of A Cappella is the only international tournament that showcases the art of university a cappella singing. In this Quarter-Final, audiences will see six to...

 Events for the 12th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Auraeus Solito's 'The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros' 

Auraeus Solito's 'The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros'

12th February 2018

FREE

Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1) Queens Building University of Exeter Queens Drive EX4 4QH An effeminate 12-year-old who dutifully plays mother to his criminal father and older siblings experiences a crisis of conscience after befriending an honest Manilla cop in the sophomore feature from...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 13th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 14th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon 

The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon

14th - 17th February 2018

£12.00 - £14.00

  From the book by David Almond Adapted by Daniel Jamieson A magical tale of big ideas and sky-high courage… Some pretty odd ideas are floating around Paul’s street. There’s Mabel, whose brother hides under a brown paper bag. And...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 15th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon 

The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon

14th - 17th February 2018

£12.00 - £14.00

  From the book by David Almond Adapted by Daniel Jamieson A magical tale of big ideas and sky-high courage… Some pretty odd ideas are floating around Paul’s street. There’s Mabel, whose brother hides under a brown paper bag. And...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 BSO – Heroes & Monsters 

BSO – Heroes & Monsters

15th February 2018

£16.00 - £40.00

  Pete Harrison, Conductor   Once again the full power of a symphony orchestra is unleashed in a concert packed full of stirring and epic soundtracks of the silver screen – this time featuring music from films with monsters galore, whether...

 Events for the 16th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon 

The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon

14th - 17th February 2018

£12.00 - £14.00

  From the book by David Almond Adapted by Daniel Jamieson A magical tale of big ideas and sky-high courage… Some pretty odd ideas are floating around Paul’s street. There’s Mabel, whose brother hides under a brown paper bag. And...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 17th of February

 Faulty Towers The Dining Experience 

Faulty Towers The Dining Experience

17th February 2018

£52.50 - £52.50

This globetrotting and truly quite legendary Australian show continues to tour the world – and returns to Exeter by popular demand! Waited upon by Basil, Sybil and Manuel, this is fully immersive, highly improvised and site-specific comedy theatre at...

 The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon 

The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon

14th - 17th February 2018

£12.00 - £14.00

  From the book by David Almond Adapted by Daniel Jamieson A magical tale of big ideas and sky-high courage… Some pretty odd ideas are floating around Paul’s street. There’s Mabel, whose brother hides under a brown paper bag. And...

 Events for the 18th of February

 The Last Jedi 

The Last Jedi

18th February 2018

£3.50

With the resistance on the run after the events of The Force Awakens, General Leia Organa (Fisher) faces commanding what remaining fighters she has left, including cocky pilot Poe Dameron (Isaac), in an attempt to reach safety and...

 Events for the 19th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Celine Sciamma's 'Tomboy' 

Celine Sciamma's 'Tomboy'

19th February 2018

FREE

Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1) Queens Building University of Exeter Queens Drive EX4 4QH A French family with two daughters, 10-year-old Laure and 6-year-old Jeanne, moves to a new neighbourhood during the summer holidays. With her Jean Seberg haircut and tomboy ways, Laure is...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 20th of February

 Call Me By Your Name 

Call Me By Your Name

20th February 2018

£3.50

Elio, an intellectually curious and introverted 17 year old boy (Chalamet), lives in the northern Italian countryside with his family in 1983. One day, Elio’s father decides to invite Oliver (Hammer), an American graduate student, to live with...

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Truth and beauty 

Truth and beauty

20th - 23rd February 2018

free entry

A new series of drawings and paintings in mixed media inspired by research at the University of Exeter will be shown in the Forum from 20th February to 23rd February 2018. Phillippa Mills, a local Devon artist, has created...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 21st of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Truth and beauty 

Truth and beauty

20th - 23rd February 2018

free entry

A new series of drawings and paintings in mixed media inspired by research at the University of Exeter will be shown in the Forum from 20th February to 23rd February 2018. Phillippa Mills, a local Devon artist, has created...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 BSO – Elgar’s Cello Eulogy 

BSO – Elgar’s Cello Eulogy

21st February 2018

£16.00 - £40.00

Christoph König, Conductor Leonard Elschenbroich, Cello The New World Symphony with its numerous well-known melodies holds a special claim to fame as the underlying music to Britain’s favourite TV advert – remember the boy and his bike on Shaftesbury’s Golden...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 22nd of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Truth and beauty 

Truth and beauty

20th - 23rd February 2018

free entry

A new series of drawings and paintings in mixed media inspired by research at the University of Exeter will be shown in the Forum from 20th February to 23rd February 2018. Phillippa Mills, a local Devon artist, has created...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Soldier On  

Soldier On

22nd - 23rd February 2018

£12.00 - £14.00

WORLD PREMIERE by Jonathan Lewis What happens when a company of ex-soldiers becomes a company of actors? A theatrical band of brothers. Although it’s not a cure all, the bonding, the humour, the theatre of war helps to put them...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 23rd of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Truth and beauty 

Truth and beauty

20th - 23rd February 2018

free entry

A new series of drawings and paintings in mixed media inspired by research at the University of Exeter will be shown in the Forum from 20th February to 23rd February 2018. Phillippa Mills, a local Devon artist, has created...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Soldier On  

Soldier On

22nd - 23rd February 2018

£12.00 - £14.00

WORLD PREMIERE by Jonathan Lewis What happens when a company of ex-soldiers becomes a company of actors? A theatrical band of brothers. Although it’s not a cure all, the bonding, the humour, the theatre of war helps to put them...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 25th of February

 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

25th February 2018

£3.50

Seven months after the unsolved murder of her daughter, Mildred Hayes (McDormand) takes action in the form of three red billboards on the road into town. The three messages, ending with “How come, Chief Willoughby?” directly attack the...

 Events for the 26th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Andrew Haigh's 'Weekend' 

Andrew Haigh's 'Weekend'

26th February 2018

FREE

Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1) Queens Building University of Exeter Queens Drive EX4 4QH Weekend follows Russell (newcomer Tom Cullen, Best Actor winner at Nashville), who, after randomly picking up artist Glen (Chris New) at a nightclub on a Friday night, unexpectedly spends most...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 27th of February

 Get Out 

Get Out

27th February 2018

£3.50

Dir: Jordan Peele Cast: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Catherine Keener Get Out is a psychological thriller written and directed by Jordan Peele. It stars Daniel Kaluuya as Chris, a black man who notices unusual behavior from the black housekeeper and...

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...

 Events for the 28th of February

 More than Food 

More than Food

6th February - 16th March 2018

free entry

The exhibition More than food is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the photographic images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play...

 Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries 

Remembering the Dead in Bahraini Shia Cemeteries

18th January - 28th March 2018

free entry

Cemeteries are contexts in which the dead are remembered by Bahraini Shia communities through visitation, grave based commemorative practices, and material culture. Plastic flowers, incense burners, rosewater bottles, containers for watering plants, fragments of cloth wrapped around stones or...

 Devon Woodlands 

Devon Woodlands

22nd June 2017 - 29th June 2018

free

Richard Rochester is an Exeter based artist who works in a variety of media ranging from large-scale charcoal drawings to small-scale etchings and porcelain sculpture.  His themes are varied but are frequently connected to the natural world. The works...