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What’s on 6 JANUARY – 6 FEBRUARY PLAYS AND SHOWS


TRUE VISION TOUR Best known for his work on hit TV show Most Haunted, medium Derek Acorah has two decades of experience taking his stage show all over the country, and this Exeter tour date is bound to attract a sizeable crowd. Exeter Corn Exchange; 01392 665938


UNTIL 21 JANUARY CINDERELLA Julian Clary takes to the stage as Dandini and is joined by guest stars Keith Harris, Orville and Cuddles in another unmissable Theatre Royal pantomime. With an abundance of comedy, stunning sets, fabulous costumes and panto magic, Cinderella is ideal entertainment for all ages. Theatre Royal Plymouth; 01752 267222


3 FEBRUARY EXETER COMEDY CLUB LOL FESTIVAL SPECIAL Exeter Comedy Club is regarded as perhaps the best of its kind in the South West, attracting big names from the circuit. This Comedy Club evening is organised as part of Exeter’s Laugh Out Loud Comedy Festival. Last year’s event sold out very quickly, so book early to avoid disappointment. Exeter Corn Exchange; 01392 665938


5 FEBRUARY JO CAULFIELD:


CRUEL TO BE KIND The minute Jo Caulfield hits the stage, you know you’re in for a good time. A familiar face on our TV screens in shows like Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Mock The Week, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and The Apprentice – You’re Fired, Jo is one of the most popular and successful female stand-up comediennes in the country. Expect razor-sharp observations and scandalous one- liners as Jo discusses irritating girlfriends, negotiating with terrorists, celebrity perfumes, bespoke kitchens and more. Exeter Corn Exchange; 01392 665938


6-12 FEBRUARY WUTHERING HEIGHTS Set on the wild, windswept Yorkshire moors, Wuthering Heights is the tempestuous story of free-spirited Catherine and dark, brooding Heathcliff. As children running wild and free on the moors, Cathy and Heathcliff are inseparable. As they grow up, their affection deepens into passionate love, but Cathy lets her head rule her heart as she chooses to marry wealthy Edgar Linton. Heathcliff flees broken hearted, only to return seeking terrible vengeance on those he holds responsible, with epic and tragic results. Ages 12+. Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, University of Exeter; 01392 493493


n John Rolle Walter by Pompeo Girolamo Batoni (1708-1787), until 6 May, Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery


OTHER EVENTS


UNTIL 29 JANUARY A CONVERSATION BETWEEN TREES This project is a partnership of artists, scientists and researchers to visualise and interpret environmental data as part of a new interactive artwork revealing the invisible forces at play in the forest. Centre For Contemporary Art And The Natural World, Exeter; 01392 832277


UNTIL 18 FEBRUARY BLAST THEORY: BLESS PRACTICE Blast Theory is internationally renowned as one of the most adventurous artist groups using interactive media. This exhibition, marking its 20th anniversary, delves into its archives to reveal details of works never before presented in a gallery environment. It features video, photo and design exploring trust, identity and espionage with political and social undertones. Spacex, Exeter; 01392 431786


n Dick Whittington And His Cat, until 8 January, Exeter Corn Exchange 10 Exeter Living www.mediaclash.co.uk


UNTIL 1 APRIL ROGER FENTON & JULIA MARGARET CAMERON: EARLY BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE ROYAL


COLLECTION This exhibition features photographs generously loaned to Exeter’s newly-reopened and refurbished Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery by Her Majesty The Queen which were taken by two of Britain’s most accomplished photographers of the 19th century, Roger Fenton (1819- 69) and Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-79). Some were commissioned by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, and together they demonstrate the royal couple’s involvement in the early photographic world. Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter; 01392 665858


UNTIL 6 MAY THE ROAD TO ROME: ARTISTS AND TRAVELLERS ON THE GRAND TOUR Acquiring the painting John Rolle Walter by Pompeo Batoni, with Heritage Lottery Fund support, provided the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery with a great opportunity to explore the history of the 18th century Grand Tour from a personal, regional and national perspective with this exhibition. Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter; 01392 665858 EL


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