Something for Everyone

25th Feb 2015 at 01:46pm by Exeter Hotels

Well, the first few months of 2015 have certainly got the year off to a good start. Lots of great shows and exiting moments for city see the year shaping up to be really special. Very excitingly for the city was the opening of Jamie Oliver’s Italian in the Princesshay Shopping Centre, A must for all dedicated pasta fans!

Over the next few months the city’s got everything from cakes to high culture. So for all you Great British Bake off fans out there why not come and stay with us whilst you visit The Big Cake Show at Exeter’s Westpoint Showground from the 20th to the 22nd of March? Or how about a visit the theatre for all you culture vultures out there? Exeter’s highly respected and well established Northcott Theatre is hosting the very well thought Reduced Shakespeare Company bring The Complete History of Comedy (abridged). The show has been described as Comic Gold by Metro magazine and is sure to have you rolling in the aisles.

Or perhaps you prefer your culture with a few more Guitars than Guffaws?  In that case you could do a lot worse than visit us and stroll the short distance to Exeter’s Corn Exchange for a night of blistering Blues with the highly influential Robin Trower, once dubbed the white Hendrix! High praise indeed! It’s sure to be a fantastic night so put the 15th of April in your diaries and follow the links on the website to our booking page to make sure you have a place to stay.

There is really is much to see and do for all tastes in Exeter over the next month or so that to list it all here would take up the rest of my week. One thing is for sure though, whatever your tastes and wherever you’re headed in the city we have a range of accommodation options to suit most budgets.

Before I go let me give you final suggestion. On the 6th of May stalwart of Radio 4 comedy shows such as The News Quiz and that famous antidote to panel shows, I’m sorry I haven’t a Clue, Jeremy Hardy will be bringing his particular brand of curmudgeonly comedy the Exeter’s Corn Exchange for a show that’s sure to get your comedy juices flowing.

Whatever your tastes, Exeter has something for you, so if it’s Faure’s Requiem at The Cathedral on the 9th of May or Limehouse Lizzy at The Corn Exchange on the 11th of April, the city’s got the events and we’ve got your room ready and waiting, so check out your dates and book up early to avoid disappointments.

Till Next time        

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