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Postponed: St Thomas Stories; The Show

By Daniel Jamieson

Due to the latest advice on Coronavirus we have made the difficult decision to reschedule all upcoming performances of St Thomas Stories; The Show  in May.  Although the event is being postponed we are implementing full ticket refunds for the current dates in May. Ticket holders will be contacted by email. Information about future dates will be released in due course.


St Thomas Stories; The show

St Thomas lies by the River Exe, on its floodplain. In wet winters, upstream, the rain runs off the shoulders of Exmoor and Dartmoor into the river and fills it to the brim, then it runs over and onto the floodplains, dropping the fine particles of soil it’s carrying. They build up over time, flood by flood, layer by layer, into a rich fertile bed. And that’s why St Thomas has always been a special place – the natural garden of Exeter.

Inspired by the extraordinary stories we have been told by the people of St Thomas, Theatre Alibi will conjure up the floods and the bonfires, the speedway, the garden nurseries, the youth club dances and adventures in Flowerpots Fields…

Come and join our wonderful cast of actors and musicians. Have a drink before the show, take a look around Emmanuel Hall, which will be utterly transformed, and experience the stories of St Thomas; stories which have something important to say, far beyond the boundaries of this special place.


development of ‘St Thomas Stories; The Show’

Mark Parry (AV Designer):

Nikki (Artistic Director) & Dan (Writer):