Ocean Alley: Riding the Psychedelic Waves

Drenched in the sun-soaked vibes of Australia’s Northern Beaches, Ocean Alley emerges as a mesmerising force in the realm of alternative psychedelic rock. With their hypnotic melodies, dreamy guitar riffs, and soulful vocals, this band has carved out a niche in the music scene, captivating audiences worldwide. From humble beginnings in a backyard shed to … Read more

Steve Backshall Ocean: Explorer and Wildlife Maverick

In the realm of wildlife exploration and conservation, few names shine as brightly as Steve Backshall. An English naturalist, explorer, author, public speaker, and television presenter, Backshall’s journey through the natural world has not only fascinated audiences but has also left an indelible mark on the landscape of wildlife programming. As he prepares for latest … Read more

Scouting for Girls: Back to Their Roots

When it comes to indie-pop anthems, Scouting for Girls have been a household name for over a decade. With chart-topping hits like ‘She’s So Lovely,’ ‘This Ain’t a Love Song,’ and ‘Heartbeat,’ this British trio has left an indelible mark on the music scene. After four Top 10 singles, four Top 10 albums, 2 million … Read more

Frankie Boyle: The Story So Far

In the realm of stand-up comedy, few figures have been as unapologetically audacious and brilliantly irreverent as Frankie Boyle. A master of controversy and a virtuoso of razor-sharp wit, Frankie Boyle has carved out a unique space for himself in the comedy landscape, leaving audiences both doubled over in laughter and taken aback by the … Read more

A Brief History of The Jam

From The Jam All Mod Cons Purple Hearts

The Jam, one of the most influential and beloved bands in British music history, left an indelible mark on the punk movement of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Comprising of three talented musicians, including Paul Weller, Bruce Foxton, and Rick Buckler, the Jam rose to fame with their distinctive sound, socially conscious lyrics, and … Read more

BSO Live For A Fiver

Did you know, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, one of the country’s top orchestras, has a long-standing relationship with the University of Exeter and regularly raises the roof here in our very own Great Hall? With a diverse calendar of performances, BSO offers a mixture of popular programmes like Smooth Classics (24th November) as well as big … Read more

Who Do You Want To See Live@Exeter?

From stellar gigs to theatre performances, comedy shows and club nights, the University of Exeter has held some unforgettable events on campus for students and the general public since the 1950s. The Great Hall, one of the largest venues in the South West, has welcomed huge artists such as U2, Muse and The Vaccines. Lemon … Read more

Time to Get Lost

Exeter, are you ready to get LOST? After its epic sellout success, Exeter’s biggest student night LOST Saturdays is back, bigger and better than ever before… Get set for the grand return of Exeter’s ultimate student night, as the Lemon Grove reopens on campus this September, driven by the overwhelming demand to bring back our … Read more