It is open to all members of the University, and rehearses and performs in the Exeter College Chapel. The Turl Street Arts Festival is one of the highlights of the year at Exeter and sets the experience at Exeter apart from other Colleges. Moreover, both within the College and the wider University there is a huge variety of orchestras, magazines, exhibitions and plays which students can become involved with. Historically, Exeter College has had a lively and productive MAD – Music, Arts and Drama – scene. The College has also taught famous writers in a variety of genres, including Philip Pullman, Will Self, Amy Sackville, JRR Tolkien, and Qian Zhongshu.
MAP Charity is an alternative education provider working with young people who are unable to access the mainstream school system. We’re delighted to present a series of recordings from the festival’s fifth edition, commencing with an ecstatic offering from Naarm … Read More