--- Arts & Social Club ---

Tracing the Light
Sep
13
12:00 am00:00

Tracing the Light

  • EX1 1BD

A drop in workshop aimed at illustrating techniques of using light to aid with drawing. Alongside a camera obscura there will be an opportunity to use a camera lucida, experiencing techniques used by artists before the birth of photography.

PechaKucha 'Light'
Sep
11
7:00 pm19:00

PechaKucha 'Light'

PechaKucha 20x20 is a simple presentation format where speakers show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and they share their thoughts along to the images.

DIY Zine Workshop
Sep
6
11:00 am11:00

DIY Zine Workshop

  • EX1 1BD

The photocopy club have been running DIY workshops since 2012. Working with local communities, students and people of all ages they have made a simple and easy workshop that helps get images off the computer, on to the page and into print. Giving a history of zines and self publishing culture and pushing new ideas of releasing photography into the world. 

Argentine Sign Writing Course
Aug
1
Aug 2

Argentine Sign Writing Course

A 2 day intensive introduction to Filete Porteno (Traditional sign painting of Buenos Aires) With Alfredo Genovese and Jemma Thompson. Saturday 1st Aug and Sunday 2nd August 9am -1pm £140 All Materials and refreshments included. Beginners and professionals Artists welcome.

A SINGLE ACT
Jun
6
4:30 pm16:30

A SINGLE ACT

ONE Political Event. TWO Couples. FOUR Trajectories.

In a world surrounded by the continual fear of terrorism and the speculation that surrounds it, Jane Bodie’s play which debuted at The Hampstead Theatre in 2005, places us at the epicentre of two relationships after an unspecified urban terrorist attack. Bodie explores the human condition and its varying forms of deterioration following such catastrophic events.

2015 Election Hustings 'Creativity in Exeter'
Apr
30
7:00 pm19:00

2015 Election Hustings 'Creativity in Exeter'

With an election around the corner, we’ve invited five prospective parliamentary candidates to discuss their views and policies around culture and creativity. This is your opportunity to ask the politicians how they see Exeter’s cultural community developing over the coming years and the values they place on creativity in all areas of life.

EUTC presents 'Party'
Mar
5
Mar 7

EUTC presents 'Party'

The Exeter University Theatre Company presents 'Party'. In a garden shed four young idealists have formed a new political party. Tom Basden's comic play is about small minds tackling big issues- China, sex trafficking, cycle lanes, unfair trade coffee, and when exactly they should break to eat cake.

Introduction to Capoeira for Beginners
Feb
28
11:30 am11:30

Introduction to Capoeira for Beginners

Capoeira Libertacao, in association with The Hall Exeter, are running two sessions of ‘An introduction to Capoeira for Beginners’ on Saturday 28th February: the first for children under 12 (9.30 to 11am) and the second aimed at children aged 12 and including adults (11.30 to 1pm).

The Big Christmas Wrap Up
Dec
12
Dec 13

The Big Christmas Wrap Up

This Christmas we would like to say thank you to our volunteers, members and local residents by cooking you a Christmas meal.  But there's a catch...

Nice Guy Eddie
Nov
26
Nov 28

Nice Guy Eddie

Eddie, a perpetual intern and completely in love with his beautiful, dancer flatmate, Ella, is about to turn 23. But unfortunately his mildly sociopathic "best friend" David is insisting that he meet a mysterious new friend of his, April. Over the course their night together, Eddie and April realize that perhaps they get on better than they might think.

Euripides' 'Hecuba'
Nov
20
Nov 22

Euripides' 'Hecuba'

Exeter University Theatre Company presents a modern day adaptation of Euripudes' 'Hecuba' in a new version by Frank McGuinness.

The Trembling Grass: Performance
Nov
1
7:30 pm19:30

The Trembling Grass: Performance

A performance featuring poets from the exhibition will take place at The Hall, Exeter This will showcase work produced from our workshops alongside established poets working with themes of eco-poetry and conflict over natural resources, including readings from Allen Fisher, Maggie O’Sullivan, Harriet Tarlo and Judith Prince.

The Trembling Grass: Workshop
Oct
25
Oct 26

The Trembling Grass: Workshop

Eco-poetry is the study of the ways that poetry can address ecological issues. Open to all, this workshop run by poets Elizabeth-Jane Burnett and Camilla Nelson will explore the ideas of eco-poetry and allow participants to experiment with the theme of conflict over natural resources.

The Rogues Review
Sep
20
7:00 pm19:00

The Rogues Review

  • The Hall

'A Hell-raising fund-raiser for The Hall Exeter'

Tickets now available for The Rogue Review 20th September 2014
A night of victorian, steampunky burlesque frolics.
All door and bar proceeds go to The Hall renovation fund.

 

Are You Lonesome Tonight?
Jul
4
6:00 pm18:00

Are You Lonesome Tonight?

  • The Hall

A story becomes a truth by the amount of people who believe in it. Belief is a choice we make. I am the secret love child of Elvis. Are You Lonesome Tonight? is a solo performance based on a true story. Ellie has been working with neuroscientists she has been trying to discover howand why delusional beliefs occur. Using 9 numbers that fascinated Sir Issac Newton, Pythagoras and Elvis she explores her lineage to ‘The King’. 
Ellie uses theatre, games, dancing and live music to look at how we define and measure ‘madness’.

Don Quijote
Jun
5
Jun 7

Don Quijote

  • The Hall

Returning to Exeter after success as part of the From Devon With Love Festival., HELP! is an engaging solo performance which questions what we know about ourselves. It’s about falling apart, pulling yourself together and being surprised by what you are left with.

Taking you from the dairy isle of Sainsbury’s to the greens of Ascot, via a disco of dirty secrets with a euro pop soundtrack; HELP! is a show for anyone who’s ever struggled.

Help!
Jun
5
Jun 7

Help!

  • The Hall

Viki is not coping. Seeing people is a strain. Reading a book is a battle. Going food shopping is a horse-race and she’s in last place. It’s time to stop pretending to be ok. It’s time to ask for help.

Returning to Exeter after success as part of the From Devon With Love Festival., HELP! is an engaging solo performance which questions what we know about ourselves. It’s about falling apart, pulling yourself together and being surprised by what you are left with.

Breakers
Jun
5
Jun 7

Breakers

  • The Hall

In 2015, Sophie is the only employee of an otherwise staff-less supermarket. In 1812, George's livelihood is under threat from the new wave of industry sweeping across England.

From Luddite's looms to cashiers' till, 'Breakers' explores the relationship between man and machine in this brand new piece by Rabblerouse Theatre.