Exmouth’s day of festive fun is back. See all the details on the brochure linked to this post.
Unanimously acclaimed by the critics as one of Stephen Sondheim’s most powerful scores, this black comedy concerns the infamous homicidal career of Sweeney, the unjustly exiled barber who returns to 19th century London seeking revenge against the lecherous judge who coveted his young wife and falsely imprisoned him. Cheated of his revenge against the Judge, Sweeney’s thirst for blood soon expands to include his unfortunate customers, and, with the aid of his razor, he exacts a far more terrible revenge, cheerfully helped by Mrs. Lovett, who is delighted to give new life to her flavourless meat pies! Sophisticated, macabre, visceral and uncompromising, Sweeney Todd mixes intense drama with dark humour, audiences find themselves laughing one moment, and gasping in surprise at the next…. At the show’s core is a challenging score of epic proportion with two tasty tour de force roles in Sweeney and his comic female accomplice Mrs. Lovett.
Young Exmouth chef Lauren Williams raised almost £1,000 for the Huntington’s Disease Association by organising a fun day in Strand Gardens, Exmouth. Here is what she wrote about the day.
The new Premier Inn being built at Exmouth is using the address of the hall that was demolished to make way for it.
Protesters campaigned unsuccessfully to save the Elizabeth Hall on the Esplanade.
YOUNG chef Lauren Williams is holding a fun day in Strand Gardens in Exmouth on Saturday, October 4, to raise funds for research into Huntington’s Disease, a rare inherited condition which has affected her family.