TOMORROW: Exeter Phoenix – Two Short Nights Film Festival

Film fans this looks like a great festival with some great films, make sure you head to the phoenix to check it out… Exeter Phoenix Celebrates 10 years of the best short film talent in Two Short Nights Film Festival 1 – 2 December For its tenth anniversary, Two Short Nights Film Festival presents extraordinary films from Devonand around the world as well as workshops and seminars for amateur and … Continue reading TOMORROW: Exeter Phoenix – Two Short Nights Film Festival

Razz takes an exclusive look inside Urban Outfitters Exeter

So we were incredibly excited to go to the press launch of Urban Outfitters in Exeter yesterday before the store opened to the public in the evening. We were filled in on how the UO team have worked diligently to restore and maintain the heritage of a wonderful building whilst simultaneously bringing it into the 21st century. Situated on the corner of the quirky Gandy Street … Continue reading Razz takes an exclusive look inside Urban Outfitters Exeter

Sneaky Peak…

Here are a couple ‘backstage’ shots from our Mischief and Monsters photoshoot. It was loads of fun and we can’t wait to show you the final product! Props and make up Nathan the wolf Trying out costume ideas Sorting out the boys Mark practising his menacing looks before starting Finishing up Last model to get her make up done. The photoshoot went really well! Thanks to all … Continue reading Sneaky Peak…

Bang Bang Bang: A Northcott Review

Razz writer, Erin Mathias gives her thoughts on Northcott’s recent showing of Bang Bang Bang… Bang Bang Bang is an ambitious exploration into the experiences of passionate humanitarian worker, Sadhbh and her naïve apprentice, Mathilde in their stint as aid-workers to the brutal Democratic Republic of Congo. The play opens with a bang, diving headfirst into the centre of the plot, where a Congolese soldier … Continue reading Bang Bang Bang: A Northcott Review

Woyzeck on the Highveld: A Northcott Review

Razz editor, Anna went along to see the new production from the Handspring Puppet Company, here are her thoughts… Handspring Puppet company, well known for having created War Horse, have returned with the unique performance that is Woyzeck on the Highveld. The company began in 1981 by co-founders Adrian Kohler and Basil Jones, starting with children’s shows, later moving on to adult theatre. Their technique … Continue reading Woyzeck on the Highveld: A Northcott Review

Bunnies: A Bike Shed Theatre Review

Razz writer, Aisling Fahey, went along to the opening night of ‘Bunnies’ at the Bike Shed Theatre. Here is what she thought… On the 2nd of November I saw the opening night of Bunnies (For Short) which was written by Kieran Lyyn, directed by Fin Irwin and performed at the Bike Shed Theatre. The programme describes the play as ‘a play concerning a farmer’s radical … Continue reading Bunnies: A Bike Shed Theatre Review