What's on

Drama performances, events and seminars are shown here. Please remember that coursework performances may not appear until a week before the performance, so please check back regularly. See also the Conferences page.

Scroll down the list below to find the event you'd like to make a reservation for.

Thu 03 May

Start times are 10:00 and 10:20 and 10:40 and 11:00 and 11:20 and 11:40 and 12:00 and 14:00 and 14:20 and 14:40 and 15:00 and 15:20 and 15:40 and 16:00 and 16:20 and 16:40 and 17:00

Tickets for students/staff: 1
Tickets for public: 0
Admission Free
No public tickets available
End Time: 10:40
Admission Free
University tickets SOLD OUT
End Time: 11:00

Admission Free
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End Time: 11:20

Admission Free
University tickets SOLD OUT
End Time: 11:40


Tickets for students/staff: 1
Tickets for public:
Admission Free
End Time: 12:00
Admission Free
University tickets SOLD OUT
End Time: 12:20


Tickets for students/staff: 1
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Admission Free
End Time: 12:40
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End Time: 14:40

Admission Free
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End Time: 15:00

Admission Free
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End Time: 15:20


Tickets for students/staff: 1
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Admission Free
End Time: 15:40

Tickets for students/staff: 1
Tickets for public:
Admission Free
End Time: 16:00
Admission Free
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End Time: 16:20


Tickets for students/staff: 1
Tickets for public:
Admission Free
End Time: 16:40
Admission Free
University tickets SOLD OUT
End Time: 17:00

Admission Free
University tickets SOLD OUT
End Time: 17:20

Admission Free
University tickets SOLD OUT
End Time: 17:40

Who Is Voicing?

Location: TS3 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)

What are the differences between human and posthuman voices? How do we relate with machines and new technologies, through voice?

If, like me, you are haunted by these questions do come and explore this live immersive performance. The piece is a one-on-one installation, a solo journey of sorts, 40 minutes in length.

Note: Due to the nature of this performance, you must book by 30 April in order to secure a space. You will then be emailed a form you must fill in before and bring to the event so please keep an eye out for that email.

My name is Francesco Bentivegna, and I am studying for my PhD in Performance Practice at the University of Exeter. I work on posthuman voices and relationship between humans and new technologies in contemporary performance practices. Feel free to email me with any questions: fb344@exeter.ac.uk

Photo © January Sim

Fri 11 May


Tickets: £1 each

Coming Soon - The T3 Drama Festival

Location: RS1 (Roborough Studios, Prince of Wales Road)

Running from 11th May to 12th June.
Full details coming soon.

Mon 14 May

Start time: 18:00


Tickets for students/staff: 30
Tickets for public: 20
Tickets: £1 each
End Time: 19:00

T3 Festival
eye ama spidah

Author: Frankie Brickman
Director: Frankie Brickman
Location: TS3 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)

FUK. BOLLAKS. TARUNTALAS. Is this mysterious enough for you?

Come to this show, but only if you have nothing to live for. We will not give you anything to live for, we just don't like those sorts of people, with their 'ambition' and 'moral values'.

Tue 15 May

Start times are 15:00 and 18:00

Tickets for students/staff: 30
Tickets for public: 20
Tickets: £1 each
End Time: 15:45

Tickets for students/staff: 30
Tickets for public: 20
Tickets: £1 each
End Time: 18:45

T3 Festival
Pink

Author: George Simpson
Director: George Simpson
Location: TS1 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)

Pink is about love.

Wed 16 May

Start times are 16:00 and 19:00

Tickets for students/staff: 30
Tickets for public: 20
Tickets: £1 each
End Time: 16:45

Tickets for students/staff: 30
Tickets for public: 20
Tickets: £1 each
End Time: 19:45

T3 Festival
Gemma Collins: The Memesical

Author: Alicia Rees
Director: Alicia Rees
Location: TS3 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)

Gemma’s tired. Gemma’s tired of playing games and the whirlwind that is her life. Is it reality or does someone else have a monopoly on her life?

Wed 16 May

Start times are 17:00 and 19:00

Tickets for students/staff: 30
Tickets for public: 20
Tickets: £1 each
End Time: 18:00

Tickets for students/staff: 30
Tickets for public: 20
Tickets: £1 each
End Time: 20:00

T3 Festival
Dark Vanilla Jungle

Author: Phillip Ridley
Director: Harry Gaff
Location: TS1 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)

Andrea is a girl who, through no fault of her own, defines herself in relation to the men around her, and remains in a perpetual state of paranoia. She wants affirmation from us that what she has done was right, but when she herself can’t even see the truth, it becomes ever more difficult to understand. Will she escape this violent journey which is subjected to the patriarchy and misogyny? Or will Andrea change the entire process for good?

Tue 29 May

Start times are 15:00 and 18:00

Tickets for students/staff: 26
Tickets for public: 20
Tickets: £1 each
End Time: 15:55

Tickets for students/staff: 30
Tickets for public: 20
Tickets: £1 each
End Time: 18:55

T3 Festival
Pig Circus: A Verbatim Brexit Parody

Author: Hitchhiker Productions
Director: Tyler Rainford
Location: TS3 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)

Pigs, pomp and porkers abound in this off-the-wall clown show about our government’s handling of Brexit negotiations. Join Boris and the gang in this ludicrous retelling of the nation’s favourite topic. A completely devised and verbatim piece of theatre, Pig Circus is an insane take on the mundane speeches that our “illustrious” politicians have made in the past two years.

**Shortlisted for the Les Enfants Terribles Fringe Award 2018!**

Presented by Hitchhiker Collective; a New Diorama Graduate Emerging Company.