- Telephone 01392 667080
- Bar open Mon–Sat 10am–11pm.
- Food served Mon–Sat 10am–3.30pm & 3.30pm–9pm.
- Box office times Mon–Sat 10am–8pm
- Website www.exeterphoenix.org.uk
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- Provides: Wheelchair access
There are 37 events at this location
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Against All Odds: Low Profile
Performances, videos, installations and a publication by the collaborative duo, exploring themes of survival, preparedness and endurance in the modern world.
Ba Ba Boom
Resident DJs play reggae, dancehall and roots.
The sextet, which includes fiddle-players Allan Henderson, Iain Macfarlane and Jenna Reid, perform lively folk.
BTEC Extended Diploma Music Students
A performance by student musicians.
Cafe Scientifique: Talk
Exeter Phoenix and the University of Exeter presents Cafe Scientifique. Monthly talks and discussions on topical scientific issues. With Fred Pont, Exeter University, Astrophysics.
Mixed-media drawings made using a variety of contemporary and traditional techniques and materials.
Daniel Kitson: After The Beginning. Before The End
Offbeat humour and inventive storytelling from the multi-award winning stand-up.
Tue 18 Jun
£10 / 01392 667080
DJ Dizzit spins house and techno with resident DJs Gavin Quiet, Ramsey, Kelly Jay and Notzz.
Contemporary photography by young people.
Fox: Scratchworks Theatre
Inspired by the classic story Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl, this humorous and heart-warming tale for all the family follows Mr Monty Fox and his farcical friends as they embark on a dangerous and thrilling adventure when their home is unearthed by The Hunters.
The Spanish collective performs a lively and eclectic fusion of Balkan-funk, Latin-dance and jazz-pop.
Ginger Baker's Jazz Confusion
The veteran drummer and former member of Cream performs jazz fusion with his backing band featuring bassist Alec Dankworth, Pee Wee Ellis on sax and percussionist Abass Dodoo.
Solo show from the former Squeeze frontman.
The London-born singer-songwriter performs mainstream jazz in support of the album The Sea Cabinet.
Jenny Eclair: Eclairious
A grumpy look at life from Ms Eclair, giving her usual wry take on life.
Former Smiths guitarist who's stuck to his indie credentials by gracing the stage with the likes of the Cribs, Dinosaur Jr and Modest Mouse.
The Last Post
Set to an original 'harmony-drenched, melancholy-tinged' live score and performed at extremely close quarters in the back of Mobile Sorting Office 451, a lovingly converted bright red van crammed with retro-chic details from a much-travelled life, a thousand items of real mail and seating for just 17.
Thu 6 Jun
Fri 7 Jun
Laurence Clark: Inspired
Intelligent and hard-hitting humour from the stand-up with cerebral palsy.
Tutored class for artists of all abilities.
London Contemporary Dance School: EDge 2013
Eleven exceptional dancers perform specially commissioned works, with pieces by Associate Artist of Sadler's Wells Hofesh Shechter, James Cousins winner of the inaugural New Adventures Choreographer Award, Swedish choreographer Helena Franzen and Tim Rushton the Artistic Director of Danish Dance Theatre.
Low Profile: Against All Odds
Art pranksters Low Profile, aka Rachel Dobbs and Hannah Jones, deck the Exeter Phoenix in positivity in an effort to buck up the artgoer and, possibly, themselves.
Mon 27 May
Tue 28 May
Wed 29 May
Making Handmade Books: Workshop
Explore book making techniques and create photo albums, sketchbooks and journals with Megan Stallworth.
Misty In Roots
Classic roots reggae by the well-established, Southall-based, veteran band.
Wistful post-folk songstress from Wigan, on the Leaf label.
Pete Canter, Pete Kelly, Kevin Sanders And Tom Rosenbloom
Modern jazz by the saxophonist and his accompanying musicians, with the opportunity to play with them.
Wed 5 Jun
£4; £3 participating musicians / 01392 667080
Wed 3 Jul
£4; £3 participating musicians / 01392 667080
Battling existential anxiety through the medium of voice, dance, and soliloquy, one man shall ultimately encounter his greatest demon: himself. Step up to the metaphysical mirror and search for the true meaning of identity.
Rebecca Turk-Richards: Small Things
Oil paintings created by the Devon-based artist, reflecting the urban environment using photographs of geometric concrete structures juxtaposed against fluid mark-making.
The four-piece from East London plays reggae and dub from the album Part & Parcel.
The veteran songwriter and acclaimed guitarist from London, best known for his work with Yes, Asia and GTR, plays progressive rock.
Telling Our Stories
Traditional tales and true stories by Sandhya Dave and local historian Lucy MacKeith. The subject is multi-cultural history. The performance will be followed by a discussion.
Thick As Thieves And Dirtybird Present
House, electro, garage and hip hop from Shadow Child, Kill Frenzy, Friend Within, Kry Wolf, Compa, LSB, Tonic, Budos, Modu, Simba, OJF, Josh Toogood, Wonka and more.
Three short plays will be created on the night in one hour from audience suggestions. Whether it's a gritty thriller, a love story or a comedy, The Trilogy is chance to see fresh, responsive and entertaining new theatre.
Uncut Poets: Liz Adams And Rachel McCarthy
Performances from headlining poets. An opportunity to take part in the open mic session. Participants are advised to book a slot prior to the event.
Unique Boutique Art and Craft Market
There are arts and crafts by local artists for sale, along with a few workshops to help you get your own inner-crafter out.
Unique Boutique Art Market
Devon artists and craft makers sell their wares.
Young Singer-Songwriter Workshop (Ages 13-16)
Older children can explore various approaches to writing songs.