Crediton Arts Centre

Crediton Arts Centre
East Street, Crediton, Devon, EX17 3AX
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1984

  • 1956

The first cinema rendition of Orwell's story depicting a totalitarian future society.

Fri 6 Oct

£6 / 01363 773260

The Dream Factory

The story of a young girl who has lost her ability to dream, we embark on a magical adventure to find out where dreams are made. With breath-taking puppetry, enchanting storytelling and an exquisite musical store. Suitable for ages 4 to 9 years.

Sat 14 Oct

£5–£7 / 01363 773260

I, Daniel Blake

  • 4 stars
  • 2016
  • UK/France
  • 1h 40min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Ken Loach
  • Cast: Dave Johns, Hayley Squires

Newly widowed Newcastle joiner Daniel (Johns) has worked all his life, but when his doctor tells him that his heart condition means he can't work, the welfare system disagrees. Familiar territory for Loach and screenwriter Laverty but despite unapologetic heartstring-tugging, the subject – the system's intrinsic cruelty…

Fri 3 Nov

£6 / 01363 773260

Into The Breach

A one man tour de force, written, directed and acted by Mark Carey, the play is set during the Second World War in a Devon village based on Yeoford, near Crediton. A nostalgic, funny and moving story which will appeal to all from 10 years up.

Fri 13 Oct

£8–£10 / 01363 773260

The Pixie's Scarf

Set in the wet, craggy lands of Dartmoor and inspired by a tale by Alison Uttley, this delightful puppet show tells the story of Dicky Bundle, who, while out picking whortleberries with Grandma, finds a treasure that opens a door to the world of the Wee Folk. Suitable for aged 3 to 8 years.

Sat 4 Nov

£5–£7 / 01363 773260

Tangled Up In Dylan

Armed only with a guitar and harmonica, Steve Page performs the songs of the world's greatest living songwriter stripped back to their bare essentials.

Sat 28 Oct

£8–£10 / 01363 773260

The Unknown Soldier

A moving, thought provoking play that looks at the First World War from a new perspective, through the eyes of a man who has survived the carnage but who finds it hard to return home.

Fri 17 Nov

£8–£10 / 01363 773260

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