It’s been a busy few months since the end of Exeter Fringe Festival 2019. We’ve been working on the admin and reflecting on what we achieved this summer.
Paola Dionisotti performs in The Fever by Wallace Shawn, directed by James Robert Carson, at The Barnfield Theatre Studio on Sunday 04 August at 7pm.
This question’s been on my mind about LGBTQ quality of life in the UK for many years. One massive step forward – we can be ourselves out in the world like never before. But what about the news reports of attacks being on the rise again? Two steps back?
Jake’s running out of time…and that’s never been a problem for him before…
It started out as a random crazy thought. I’m walking down a road in London in August 2017 and a young guy is sat at a typewriter. The cardboard sign in front of him says ‘POEMS. £1’.
A comedy show about dating in the 21st century, particularly looking at online dating … current, relatable and very funny! Everyone at some point in their lives has had a bizarre or terrible date, whether that be through awkwardly walking up to someone in a bar or meeting a stranger from a dating site and hoping they aren’t a secret assassin.