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Ignite Exeter’s Festival of Theatre 2013

Ignite Exeter’s Festival of Theatre 2013

Ignite Exeter’s Festival of Theatre 2013

Ignite, venues across Exeter, Monday 3 to Sunday 9 June

Ignite is Exeter’s annual festival of theatre. You can see performances from companies in spaces both usual, and not so, from the cellar of the Hour Glass to the main stage of the Exeter Phoenix. You’ll even catch things happening outside across the city.

The festival takes place between 3rd and 9th June. Performance times vary depending on venue.

The festival is supported by Exeter City Council who are assisting with the co-ordination of the festival.

Prices: One show for £6 ~ two shows for £11 ~three shows for £15~ four shows for £18 ~ five shows for £20 ~

For more information and tickets visit:

Highlights from the festival include:

An opportunity to see the thought-provoking  and entertaining  performance of Skin Deep – read Phonic FM’s review.

The performance of Skin Deep will take place at the Exeter BikeShed Theatre on Monday 3rd June at 9:00pm and Saturday 8th June at 1:30 pm. Tickets are £6


FellSwoop Theatre

A dark and modern drama, adapted from the novel by Patrick DeWitt.

Picture yourself as a bartender, sipping top-shelf whiskey and watching your customers descend into nightly oblivion. Your heart is broken by the world around you and leaving your whiskey aside, you hatch a devious, unthinkable plan of escape…

At the BikeShed Theatre on Thu 6th June – 20:40, Fri 7th June – 16:50 and Sat 8th June – 20:40

I Think I’m a Feminist
Worklight Theatre

“If you all believe in equality between men and women, why aren’t you all feminists?”

Worklight Theatre, an all male company, ask – what is the male role in gender equality? And as individuals who believe in gender equality, should we describe ourselves as feminists?

At the BikeShed Theatre on Wed 5th June – 21:10, Thu 6th June – 18:10  and Sat 8th June – 19:20.

New Model Theatre

This is the story of how a generation grew up with the world at their fingertips, how they learnt to switch off their screens, and got up on their feet.
Static combines brilliant storytelling with verbatim news reports to tell a coming of age story that spans a decade.

At the BikeShed Theatre Mon 3rd June – 17:50, Tue 4th June – 15:40 and Wed 5th June – 19:50


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