Only the Lonely – Artist Opportunity
As part of the launch events for the new Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health at Exeter University, the Bike Shed Theatre has partnered with the Centre to deliver an event exploring the themes of loneliness and social isolation. The event will be on February 5th 2018, at Exeter Library.
Festive Opening Hours
Festive opening hours for The Bike Shed Theatre and Cocktail Bar
Pizza & Pasta from The Flat
Cultural Venues Team Up in Exeter
Exeter is at its best when organisations work together. Using three of our spaces, we’re delighted to be welcoming the phenomenal creatives support by Fuel Theatre for a week of exceptional theatre.
Over to you
Have you ever sat in the auditorium of our little theatre and thought: “I could be on stage”? In the early days of the Bike Shed, we were often sent ideas from people. “Could we do this?” “I’d love to have an evening of that”.
Inspired by the best bars in the world.
It’s been so inspiring to visit tons of amazing bars, it’s hugely shaped how we approached the new menu, and it constantly makes me question how we approach what we do at the Bike Shed and how can do things better. My favourite places are those where I instantly feel at home and at ease, a friendliness, this is something we always strive for at the Bike Shed, if you’re out for some cocktails you’re out to have fun and feel relaxed. Your mood when you’re out is hugely important and our new menu responds to that, the light and dark menu provides two different variations of each drink, in the aim that there is something to suit your mood no matter what mood you’re in.
Christmas Parties at The Boat Shed
After a wonderful summer, The Boat Shed is re-opening its doors to host a number of exclusive Christmas parties. If you’re booking the office party and are looking for something a little different, talk to us.
New Play Happiness Ltd. By Tom Nicholas Premieres This October
Happiness Ltd is a hilarious, urgent new play which asks prescient questions about happiness, depression and how we measure the success, or otherwise, of a life.
Tom Marshman on Beacons, Icons and Dykons
BID is interested in the oldie worldly, the forgotten, the kitsch and the camp. We run film nights where we sometimes, cheekily don’t play all the film. The film is interrupted with hit and run performances that seem to overtake the film or move the audience from being a passive audience to being very present in the room.
The Bike Shed Theatre joins pioneering bid to end middle-class domination of arts organisations
The Bike Shed Theatre has been selected as one of forty organisations across the country to take part in a flagship scheme to help end middle-class domination of the arts. The Exeter venue will join arts organisations including Turner Contemporary and Sage Gateshead on the Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries programme which will employ graduates from lower income backgrounds.