Theatre company, Animate, are putting on an exciting immersive outdoor theatre experience around Plymouth’s famous landmarks. And you’re invited to Amble with Animate.[Read more…] about Amble with Animate | immersive outdoor theatre in Plymouth
You just knew that in the origin story of Totnes, yoga would have to be in there somewhere. Will Kemp’s radio play Brutus of Troy: First King of Britain is a romping history tale of adventure, asylum, fortune and fate.[Read more…] about Brutus of Troy | First King of Britain unleashed in Totnes
Theatre Royal Plymouth is reflecting on the last 12 months, exactly ‘One Year On’ since its forced closure in 2020. After a year like no other, where the Arts and Culture sector faced oblivion, TRP reflects on its achievements during 2020 and starts to look forward to welcoming back audiences and participants.[Read more…] about One Year On | Theatre Royal Plymouth reflects to the future
The Exeter Northcott has announced a number of events to explore its archive and spark debate about emerging themes.[Read more…] about Northcott delves into the past to shape its future
‘Peltorrighia! Peltorrighia!’ The primordial chant catches the wind and reverberates off the hills, ddescending over the ancient landscape around Bridford. A new presence of voices joins with ‘Ceto! Whale! Goddess’, the rhythmic tones beating against the trees and echoing into a chorale of sumptuous sound. This was not the usual soundscape of Bridford Woodland Park, on the eastern edge of Dartmoor.[Read more…] about Could nature provide a lifeline for theatres and the nation’s mental health?
MED Theatre’s 2020 sell-out production of ‘Daughters of Sunset’ was featured in The Guardian and on BBC Radio4 Woman’s Hour. They have been working hard to continue their original plays inspired by local people and history.[Read more…] about Dartmoor, Devon and World War II | original plays, local people