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Preview: Come As You Are @ Exeter Phoenix

Come As You Are is a ground-breaking and eccentric festival that celebrates trans, non-binary, and gender-queer theatre. Titling themselves “Gender Anarchists”, Camden People’s Theatre are travelling across the UK to challenge people’s preconceptions of gender and identity, demonstrating the freedom to be found in interrogating these oppressive norms. Continue reading Preview: Come As You Are @ Exeter Phoenix

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Preview: BSO’s ‘Songs from the Heart’ @ Exeter Great Hall

The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra returns on Thursday evening to Exeter Great Hall, bringing ‘Songs from the Heart’ to the stage. The works of three Romantic German composers, selected for their deeply moving personal sentiment, will be performed by the world-class orchestra, which produces the finest classical music in the South West. Karl-Heinz Steffens will act as guest conductor for this next instalment in the BSO season Continue reading Preview: BSO’s ‘Songs from the Heart’ @ Exeter Great Hall

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Preview: BSO’s”Divine Sublime” @ Exeter Great Hall

On Thursday 11th October the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra shall return to grace Exeter Great Hall with the continuation of its latest season, which began at Poole Lighthouse on the 4th. There, according to The Times, Kirill Karabits conducted Mahler’s Resurrection symphony with an intense profundity that is sure to lay the groundwork for the year to come. This is Karabits’ tenth year as Chief Conductor, and it will be him that conducts works by Mozart and Beethoven on Thursday, to great anticipation. Continue reading Preview: BSO’s”Divine Sublime” @ Exeter Great Hall

Preview: Nick Mulvey @ Exeter Phoenix

Nick Mulvey’s tingling strings rise from the Phoenix once again…

 On Saturday 29th September 2018, Nick Mulvey returns to the Exeter Phoenix as part of his Autumn 2018 solo acoustic marathon. Having just arrived back from his momentous American tour, Mulvey is finally returning to little old Exeter to flaunt his melodic magic in front of his beloved UK fans. Continue reading Preview: Nick Mulvey @ Exeter Phoenix

Preview: A Fantastic Woman

Winner of this year’s Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, A Fantastic Woman will be shown at The Exeter Phoenix this weekend. The film follows the experiences of a transgender woman called Marina in the aftermath of her boyfriend’s death. The film was written and produced by Gonzalo Maza, a current student at Exeter University working towards his PhD in film, and Daniela Vega … Continue reading Preview: A Fantastic Woman

Preview: Tom Walker @ Exeter Cavern

If you like listening to new and upcoming artists and want to expand your playlists, then grab a ticket to see Tom Walker at Cavern, on Sunday 18th March at 19:30. Tom Walker, a singer/songwriter from Manchester, is an up and coming artist in Indie folk, pop and rock. His immalgamation of genres make his music interesting and iconic. However, what makes his songs so … Continue reading Preview: Tom Walker @ Exeter Cavern

Preview: Franz Ferdinand ft. Albert Hammond Jr. @ Bristol O2 Academy

Indie rock legends, Franz Ferdinand have emerged back into relevance, and are touring the globe with their new album Always Ascending. Best known for their noughties hits such as Take Me Out, The Matinee and Do You Want To, frontman Alex Kaprano asserted the band’s desire to create something “very different” to anything they’d made before – which they’ve certainly done with their retro, electro … Continue reading Preview: Franz Ferdinand ft. Albert Hammond Jr. @ Bristol O2 Academy