What’s On ?
28th October 2014 : 7 pm for a show at 7:30
Travelling Trends Fashion Show
The Exmouth Players are putting on a fashion show in conjunction with Travelling Trends Fashion Show at Exeter Road School. This is a fun evening where you get to see the clothes modelled before you buy.
Tickets are available from the Blackmore Ticket Line, 07905 761 485 and a priced at only £7.50. You do need to purchase tickets in advance and numbers are limited.
Garments can be tried on, purchased and taken home that night!! Funds raised go towards necessary repair/refurbishment of the Blackmore Theatre, home of the Exmouth Players.
8th November 2014
Coffee Morning - monthly, each 2nd Saturday
Come along and have a coffee or tea and some rather excellent home-made cakes on our regular 2nd Saturday of the month Coffee Morning. All proceeds go toward the further development of the Blackmore Theatre. Everyone is welcome ! If you’d like a theatre tour please ask one of the members on the day and they will do their best to show you round.
13th November 2014
World War 1
Thursday 13th & 14th Nov @ 7:30 pm, Saturday 15th Nov @ 2:30 pm
Exmouth’s Great War
Compiled by Tony ChristopherDirected
by Peter Nickols-Rawle
Through first-hand accounts of the War at home and abroad, together with poems and songs, we explore how it all felt from Exmouth. As well as the tragedy, there were moments of humour: the servicemen and those at home all rallied and won through. And women’s lives were changed for ever…
A one-act play by Alan Marshall,
directed by Andy Jury
Every year, the Pye family, like many other families, has a photograph taken in a studio and sends copies to relatives. In 1914, this is a very special photograph because John Pye, the son of the family, has volunteered to fight in France and has just been issued with his uniform. During the following two years, the Pyes turn up for the annual photograph until, eventually, in 1916, there is just a gathering of women. The war has imprisoned some women and liberated others. Nothing will ever be the same again…