Northcott Theatre

Northcott Theatre
Stocker Road, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4QB

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All Or Nothing

A musical based on the 1960s group The Small Faces.

Mon 26 Jun

£19.50–£28.50; £16.50–£25.50; £19.50–£28.50 (£17.50–£23.50; £14.50–£20.50; £14.50–£20.50) / 01392 493493

Tue 27 Jun

£19.50–£28.50; £16.50–£25.50; £19.50–£28.50 (£17.50–£23.50; £14.50–£20.50; £14.50–£20.50) / 01392 493493

Wed 28 Jun

£19.50–£28.50; £16.50–£25.50; £19.50–£28.50 (£17.50–£23.50; £14.50–£20.50; £14.50–£20.50) / 01392 493493

Animal Farm

An adaptation of George Orwell's allegorical and dystopian novel about two young pigs, Snowball and Napoleon, who take control and prepare for the Rebellion.

Fri 20 Jan

£12 (£8) / 01392 493493

Sat 21 Jan

£12 (£8) / 01392 493493

An Audience with Lesley Garrett

An evening of song, reminiscences and chat with the British soprano. Garrett discusses her time on stage in musicals and performing with the English and Welsh National Operas, as well as her TV appearances on shows such as Strictly Come Dancing.

Sun 5 Mar

Count Arthur Strong

Steve Delaney's deluded thespian creation returns with a new show.

Tue 25 Apr

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Dillie Keane

The Fascinating Aïda linchpin goes solo.

Sun 26 Mar

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 01392 493493

Dracula: The Bloody Truth

John Nicholson directs this comedy version of the famous Bram Stoker novel performed by Le Navet Bete.

Thu 30 Mar

£12 preview; £15 ( £30; £39) / 01392 493493

Fri 31 Mar

£12 preview; £15 ( £30; £39) / 01392 493493

Sat 1 Apr

£12 preview; £15 ( £30; £39) / 01392 493493

English Touring Opera: Patience

Gilbert and Sullivan's light comic opera pokes fun at the aesthetic craze of the late 1800s and the eccentric affectations of figures like Oscar Wilde and his admirers.

Wed 24 May

£18.50–£35.50 / 01392 493493

Thu 25 May

£18.50–£35.50 / 01392 493493

English Touring Opera: Tosca

The company performs Puccini's impassioned opera about an escaped political prisoner, Cesare Angelotti, who hopes to evade the clutches of the chief of police, Baron Scarpia, with the help of his painter friend Cavaradossi.

Tue 23 May

£18.50–£35.50 / 01392 493493

Fri 26 May

£18.50–£35.50 / 01392 493493

Sat 27 May

£18.50–£35.50 / 01392 493493

Exeter University Gilbert & Sullivan Society: Ruddigore

The company presents an adaptation of Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera, set in a fishing village in Cornwall and tells the tales of witches, curses and ghosts.

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Funhouse Comedy Club

Stand-up comedy night starring some of the best names on the circuit.

Mon 23 Jan

£7.50 (£5) / 01392 493493

Mon 30 Jan

£7.50 (£5) / 01392 493493

Mon 6 Feb

£7.50 (£5) / 01392 493493

…and 6 more dates until 20 Mar

Home

A tale of unexpected friendship from Frozen Light in this multi-sensory story of discovery.

Thu 16 Mar

£10 / 01392 493493

Fri 17 Mar

£10 / 01392 493493

The International Championship Of Collegiate A Cappella 2017: Exeter Quarter-Final

This ICCA quarter-final will see seven groups fight it out to progress to the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella 2017 UK Semi-Final in the New Wimbledon Theatre.

Leviathan

Multi-award winning choreographer James Wilton re-imagines Herman Melville's seminal novel, Moby Dick. Featuring a cast of 7, Wilton's trademark blend of athletic dance, martial arts, capoeira and partner-work, Leviathan will have you on the edge of your seat. It will leave you gasping for air under the sheer ferocity of…

Mon 6 Mar

£14 (£12; £5 standby) / 01392 493493

Matthew Bourne’s Early Adventures

A programme of hit pieces that launched the career of one of Britain's favourite choreographers. The performance forms part of the company's 30th Anniversary celebrations, and the programme will include The Infernal Galop, Town And Country, Spitfire and Watch With Mother.

Thu 9 Feb

£16.50–£32.50 / 01392 493493

Fri 10 Feb

£16.50–£32.50 / 01392 493493

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Neon Dance: Empathy

About Movement, sound and innovative laser light show combine in this gripping and powerful dance performance. What makes our behaviour uniquely human? Touching and emotionally charged, Empathy reflects on what influences us to empathise with others. Five dancers jostle for position - folding, lifting and…

Mon 27 Mar

£12.50–£16.50 (£10.50–£12.50; £5 standby) / 01392 493493

A Passionate Woman

Kay Mellor's romantic comedy starring Liza Goddard about a woman who looks back at her life on the morning of her son's wedding.

Tue 21 Mar

£19.50–£28; £17.50; £21.50–£30; £18.50 (£17.50–£23.50; £17.50–£23.50; £19.50–£25.50; £19.50–£25.50; £5 standby; £5 standby; £5 standby; £5 standby) / 01392 493493

Wed 22 Mar

£19.50–£28; £17.50; £21.50–£30; £18.50 (£17.50–£23.50; £17.50–£23.50; £19.50–£25.50; £19.50–£25.50; £5 standby; £5 standby; £5 standby; £5 standby) / 01392 493493

Thu 23 Mar

£19.50–£28; £17.50; £21.50–£30; £18.50 (£17.50–£23.50; £17.50–£23.50; £19.50–£25.50; £19.50–£25.50; £5 standby; £5 standby; £5 standby; £5 standby) / 01392 493493

…and 2 more dates until 25 Mar

The Producers

An adaptation of the multi-award-winning musical featuring eccentric characters and show stopping numbers.

Wed 25 Jan

£10–£18 / 01392 493493

Thu 26 Jan

£10–£18 / 01392 493493

Fri 27 Jan

£10–£18 / 01392 493493

Sat 28 Jan

£10–£18 / 01392 493493

Reginald D Hunter: The Man Who Attempted To Do As Much and Such

The self-proclaimed 'comedian, swashbuckler and scientist' takes his latest and no doubt controversial show on the road.

Richard Alston Dance Company 2017

Works by Alston and his Associate Choreographer, Martin Lawrance, with modern tango in Tangent and An Italian In Madrid inspired by the sonatas of Scarlatti. Plus three short pieces, Dutiful Ducks, Isthmus Remix and Holderlin Fragments.

Tue 14 Mar

£13–£21 (£11–£16; £5 standby) / 01392 493493

Wed 15 Mar

£13–£21 (£11–£16; £5 standby) / 01392 493493

Richard Herring: The Best

A 'best of' compilation from the comedian as he picks the best jokes from his last 12 shows.

Fri 28 Apr

£16.50 / 01392 493493

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

A musical play adapted and directed by David Wood, based on the book by Judith Kerr about the unexpected visitor who appears at Sophie and her Mummy's door.

Sat 18 Mar

Sun 19 Mar

The Twits

Roald Dahl's monstrous tale. Directed by Max Webster. Ages 6+.

Mon 27 Feb

£16–£24 ( £45–£69) / 01392 493493

Wed 1 Mar

£16–£24 ( £45–£69) / 01392 493493

Thu 2 Mar

£16–£24 ( £45–£69) / 01392 493493

…and 2 more dates until 4 Mar

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