This ancient magical illusion is presented by the ancient magical Great Surmo - a winning combination by anybody's standard! Like the last bus home - Not to be missed.
Join storyteller Billy as he takes you on a short adventure inspired by some of the best loved fairytales supported by Makaton signing and singing!
'If you have the time, please, sit with me. If you chose to listen, I shall speak.' Hear my stories and you may find the world I speak of is one not too different from your own.
On a distant farmland there was a fire. One morning it swept out of some nearby woodland and set fire to the crops and hedgerows... Does this story sound familiar? It should.
A new contemporary dance piece.
Set to an original sea shanty, a sailor's story is brought to life through the use of puppets.
How do you make choices in a world flooded with conflicting information? Tina spins her Wheel of Destiny to discover how to solve problems with less crisis, more celebration.
Watch the talented 9 to 16 years students of Centre Stage School in Barnstaple sing and dance a selection of show and pop songs.
T.S. IDIOT reflects on themes of identity, visibility and self-acceptance as they queer the narrative of growing up in seaside suburbia in this spoken word performance.
There's a Giant's Head in front of the library. Sometimes you see the townsfolk whisper in its ear. This is the story of how the giant's head came to be there.
Ilfracombe Academy's Stage Right Theatre Company present the worlds greatest love story. "For never was a story of more woe, than this of Juliet and her Romeo'.
Viewed by the character, and hearing the thoughts inside his head, a trip into Barnstaple ends in a dark place of rough justice.
The Mask of Anarchy, arguably the greatest poem of political protest in the English language was written in anger by PB Shelley following the Peterloo massacre on 16 August 1819.
A woman's last two eggs make an important decision. Fertility and friendship in Annie Fox's funny short play.
Based on interviews from the Exmoor Archive, The Plough Youth Theatre Seniors bring some of the characters to life to tell their stories.
Something strange is happening in Sherwood Forest. Tales of portals and travellers from a bygone era reach the city of Nottingham, Who or What is behind it all?
John Gay of Barnstaple - an 18th Century poet - advises all good people as to their best winter footwear and reveals the origins of the most honourable trade of shoe-shining.
We've all discovered our inner IT manager through the last year! We take a look at how virtual interaction has changed us and brought us together whilst keeping us apart.
Barnstaple pays host to the weirdest celebrations ever seen as you stumble across "Two tents" and become drawn into the events unfolding inside and around them.
Once upon a.. There was a family. There was a lockdown. Many lockdowns.
After a year of performing at home, its finally "Our Time" to take to the Stage, as the young performers of VAMP present a Musical mash up to celebrate the re-opening of theatres.
From Barnstaple 2021, let me whisk you away to Belleville, Ontario, Canada, circa 1971. A tragical tale of a boy who just wants to offer tulips to the women he's in love with.
Stop by for an appointment with Doctor Beake. Though usually good-humoured, lately he's been losing his patients...
Poems about healthcare from comic, poet and reformed mental health nurse Rob Gee. “The kind of fringe performer you pray you’ll discover” Orlando Sentinel