The Great Hall

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The Great Hall

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University of Exeter
Stocker Road
Streatham Campus
EXETER
EX4 4PZ

 

The Great Hall is situated at the very heart of the University of Exeter. With a fixed stage, excellent acoustics and bar space, it is a popular venue for concerts, with provision to sit up to 1,400 people theatre style.

 

Getting there

Click here for directions to the Streatham Campus by car or public transport.

 

Accessibility

The Great Hall has full disabled access. Lift and stairs access to all levels.  There is an accessible toilet on the 2nd floor. There are 10 parking spaces for blue badge holders are in Car Park C opposite the entrance to the Great Hall in Stocker Road (accessible from North Park Road)

 

Eating and drinking

The Terrace Restaurant, located next to the Great Hall and accessed via the doors to the right of the stage in nearby Devonshire House, is open Monday to Friday 11.30am – 2pm during term time, selling Hot Wok noodle dishes, Old El Paso Mexican meals and World To Go flame-grilled street foo as well as cold drinks. For more information visit the Terrace Restaurant web pages.

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra pre-concert dining and refreshments

The Terrace Restaurant is open from 5pm before each BSO performance for pre-concert drinks and dining, plus an interval service. The menu includes traditional favourites including soup, carvery meals and fish and chips. No need to book a table, just turn up.

Next door to the Great Hall in the Forum, the Market Place Forum shop sells hot and cold snacks, drinks, freshly made sandwiches and fresh fruit. Open from 8am-10pm, Monday to Friday, 8am-6pm on Saturdays and 10am-4pm on Sundays, in term time.  Out of term time the hours are 8am-6pm Monday-Friday.

There is also a Costa Coffee and ATM hot drinks stand in the Forum.

There is a bar at the Exeter Northcott Theatre next door. 

Temporary bar and dining facilities are provided within the Great Hall building for some events.

BSO – Finding Answers 

15th March 2018

£16.00 - £40.00

Thierry Fischer, Conductor Stephen Hough, Piano   If you liked the Eroica Symphony earlier this season, you will enjoy Beethoven’s majestic Emperor Concerto and Brahms’ glorious First Symphony with their balanced, expert composition and colourful dramatic power. A musical pallet cleanser...

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...

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...