Him With His Foot in His Mouth at The Bike Shed Theatre

Harry Shawmut is a man who often says things he shouldn’t. He once made an unkind comment to a lady in passing and now, years later, he has decided to apologise. But saying sorry isn’t always that straightforward. Harry uses us, the theatre audience, to help rehearse the most elaborate apology in history, taking us through the contours of his hilarious, shocking and uniquely moving … Continue reading Him With His Foot in His Mouth at The Bike Shed Theatre

A Little Nonsense at the BikeShed Theatre

Acclaimed Bristol theatre company Juncture return to The Bike Shed Theatre with an original black comedy that explores the clown inside the man and the mirth hidden in the melancholy. Through mime, slapstick, poetry and farce, A Little Nonsense is a bare-knuckle look at the sharp edge of funny. The play follows a tortured double-act as they walk the tightrope between love and loathing and … Continue reading A Little Nonsense at the BikeShed Theatre

The West End Comes to Exeter

Laura Wade is best known for her play Posh which gained critical acclaim during its West End run. The playwright now brings her work to Exeter with a brand new play, Other Hands. The play looks at the reliance on technology in the modern world, and how this quick-fix attitude cannot be applied so easily to personal life. It tells the story of a high-flying businesswoman, struggling … Continue reading The West End Comes to Exeter