Exeter Drama Company

at The Shed Theatre, Ide Lane, Alphington, Exeter, EX2 8UP United Kingdom

Exeter Drama Company is an amateur dramatics group based in Exeter, Devon, UK. We perform, usually four times a year, at our own little theatre, The Shed, next to Alphington Village Hall, and sometimes elsewhere.

Exeter Drama Company
The Shed Theatre, Ide Lane, Alphington
Exeter EX2 8UP
United Kingdom
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We are a very active company and continue to put on a varied programme with four productions each year. Plays over the years have included most subjects imaginable - comedy, tragedy, murder mysteries, ghost stories, pantomimes, farce and thrillers. Associate members receive details of our forthcoming programme four times per year and can buy tickets to whichever of these plays they wish to see. Members are actively involved in the running of the theatre - everything from acting on the stage to making the tea/coffee for the audience on production nights. Membership is currently running at 50 members and over 300 people are on our mailing list and regularly come to see our plays. Our club night is Monday evening where all full members can come and meet. There is usually a rehearsal underway for the next play.

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Hi all - expect the photos of the last two shows up imminently...

Published on 2013-05-05 17:18:21 GMT

Tickets are on sale for "Verdict" by Agatha Christie (17th - 21st March) and the one night show "The Smell of the Crowd and the Roar of the Greasepaint" (March 27th): https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/exeterdrama

Published on 2015-03-01 19:02:30 GMT

Rehearsals underway for Spider's Web - tickets go on sale in May. Watch this space!

Published on 2014-04-01 06:52:37 GMT

Robin's play reading of "Pardon Me, Prime Minister" was a brilliant success! Thanks to everyone who came and tried out - going to be a very tough choice for some parts!