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Every Brilliant Thing, a new play about depression and love, at The Drum, Plymouth

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Every Brilliant Thing

Every Brilliant Thing is a new play about depression and the lengths we will go to for those we love.

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Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage: sport, politics, secrets, life and learning to be yourself, at Exeter Northcott

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Daniel Hawksford in Crouch,Touch,Pause,Engage. Photo by Robert Workman.

Daniel Hawksford in Crouch,Touch,Pause,Engage. Photo by Robert Workman.

Acclaimed theatre company, Out of Joint, return to the Exeter Northcott Theatre, this time with Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage – a new, verbatim play directed by Max Stafford-Clark.

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Michael Praed leads cast in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, coming to the Princess Theatre, Torquay

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dirty rotten scoundrels the musical

Prepare to be transported to the luxurious lap of the French Riviera where the decadent world of sophisticated conman Lawrence Jameson is set to come crashing down with the arrival of larger-than-life Freddy Benson – a conman of an entirely different order – as Dirty Rotten Scoundrels visits the Princess Theatre, Torquay.

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Globe Theatre's new version of Romeo & Juliet at the Exeter Northcott Theatre (news)

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Romeo and Juliet

Award-winning Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre will visit the Exeter Northcott Theatre in April with its brand new version of the classic tragedy, Romeo & Juliet.

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With the trickiest of tricks and craziest of ideas The Cat In The Hat calls into Exeter (news)

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Cat in the Hat

Katie Mitchell’s acclaimed stage adaptation of Dr Seuss’s The Cat In The Hat will embark on its first UK tour in 2015, playing at the Exeter Northcott Theatre.

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Godspell in concert at Princess Theatre, Torquay (news)

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Godspelll

Godspell, the legendary rock musical from Stephen Schwartz, the Grammy and Academy Award winning composer of Wicked, will be calling into the Princess Theatre, Torquay.

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Highly anticipated play Back Down by award-winning spoken word artist Polarbear in Plymouth (news)

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Back Down Sam Cole (Tommy), Waleed Akhtar (Zia) and Lawrence Walker (Luke) credit Graeme Braidwood

Back Down Sam Cole (Tommy), Waleed Akhtar (Zia) and Lawrence Walker (Luke) credit Graeme Braidwood

Back Down is the highly anticipated first play by Birmingham-born Steven Camden, more commonly known as the award-winning spoken word artist Polarbear. Directed by Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s associate director, Tessa Walker, Back Down is an insightful and funny coming-of-age story which comes to Plymouth as part of a national tour following its premiere in Birmingham.

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Stormzy UK tour calls into the Marble Factory, Bristol (news)

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Stormzy

Following the sell-out of his first ever tour, grime phenomenon, Stormzy has announced a UK headline tour for October 2015. The seven-date run will see him play at some of the UK’s major cities, including Bristol.

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Exhibitions

Devon: A Contemporary View at Harbour House

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Rob Dudley speaks to a packed art gallery at Harbour House

Rob Dudley speaks to a packed art gallery at Harbour House

Painters, sculptors and photographers braved the unseasonal Kingsbridge drizzle and flocked to Harbour House for their first glimpse of a new exhibition.

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Classical

Dartington Community Choir show their trademark performance energy (review)

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Dartington Community Choir

Bach’s B Minor Mass is a difficult work for any choir to tackle, and when there is an enforced change of musical director just weeks from the performance, this could signal a recipe for disaster.
 
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