Spork! Summer Special

Thu 01 Aug 2024


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Running time: 75 mins


£8* | £5* Students/Under 25s



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Spork! Summer Special

Whack the factor 50 on and join Spork! for another glorious Summer Special in Rougemont Gardens. A sun-drenched hour (and a bit) of sumptuous spoken-word, poetry & comedy.
Featuring the award winning wordsmith & perpetuator of weirdness Antosh Wojcik. Plus a couple more acts to be announced. Hosted by silly stand-up poet Chris White.

Please note, we won’t have hireable deckchairs this year but you’re welcome to bring your own blankets, cushions and folding chairs, or just sprawl out in the grass.



Antosh Wojcik is an award winning performer, poet, sound artist and drummer. His cross-disciplinary performance piece, How To Keep Time: A Drum Solo for Dementia, was commissioned by Penned in the Margins and toured the UK & internationally. His writing has appeared in anthologies published by Bad Betty Press and Nine Arches. He is a national slam winning poet and has lectured in poetry at the University of Winchester, as well as facilitating regularly with young people. Whether in his writing or performance, his unique and off kilter style is full of disarming wit, energy and charm.


Chris White is a poet, performer and the founder of Spork! The first Riddler in Residence at Exeter Cathedral, and a multiple slam winner, his poems about love, ducks and other wet things are soul-searching, subversive and silly.

+ more acts TBA! Watch this space

Part of our Theatre in the Park Season Please note this performance takes place OUTSIDE. You may bring your own chair, blanket or cushion to sit on and refreshments can be brought into the park. In the event of wet weather, the performance may be moved into Exeter Phoenix and bookers will be contacted.

The seating area is on grass. For access enquiries, please contact the box office.

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