Recent Posts by Richard Reed

Olivia Quayle and Jan Patzke of Anima are not only supremely talented dancers but also phenomenal acrobats, blurring the boundaries between dance, circus and theatre.

Add to that live music from Nao Masuda and you have an extraordinary show.

Anima is about the connection between two people breathing through an emotional roller coaster.

Saturday 1 February Corn Exchange...

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Treat your loved one to a romantic evening of music this Valentine’s Day with one of the most acclaimed classical guitarists of his generation, Craig Ogden, as he teams up with accordionist Miloš Milivojevic.

Together they will showcase stunning arrangements of classical compositions by composers including Vivaldi, Scarlatti and Piazzolla. Both virtuosi of their instruments with...

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Pianist and entertainer Peter Gill presents a tribute to the wit and song-writing skill of the most English of Englishmen in The Wit and Songs of Noel Coward.

Through anecdote and song, Peter will remind us of Coward’s dazzling wit and perform such gems as Mad About The Boy, Mad Dogs and Englishmen, and Don’t Let’s...

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Pip Utton’s award-winning performances of Adolf, Chaplin, Maggie, Churchill and Dickens have toured in more than 26 countries to great acclaim.

And before I forget I love you, I love you is a moving performance is about the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease, not only on the sufferer but on family, friends and carers based on...

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Northern Harmony graduates Lynn, Will, Lauren, and Jeremy share a vibrant energy on stage – their connection to each other and to the music is clear.

Windborne, a stunningly powerful close-harmony vocal group from New England, present their collection of UK and US folk protest music from the past 400 years, singing for the struggles of...

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Albert lives alone with his honeybees on Dartmoor, a mysterious land where nothing is as it seems.

One day a stranger appears and steals Albert’s bees. But a little pisky called Mazymeg promises to find his bees, for she knows who the stranger is – a wicked wizard. Weaving threads of Devon folklore, an original soundtrack...

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