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The Beehive

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Dowell Street, Honiton, Devon, EX14 1LZ
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1917

1917
  • 2019
  • UK / US
  • 1h 57min
  • Directed by: Sam Mendes
  • Cast: George MacKay, Dean-Charles Chapman, Mark Strong, Andrew Scott, Richard Madden, Claire Duburcq, Colin Firth, Benedict Cumberbatch

Lance Corporals Schofield (MacKay) and Blake (Chapman) are given the job of hand-delivering a message to another unit, across the mud and misery of the trenches. It suffers from simplistic dialogue and flat characterisation, but it’s visually impressive and a respectable, heartfelt tribute to the sacrifice of WWI.

Sat 22 Aug
Auditorium

£6.50 (Children £5.50)

Asleep at the Wheel

Asleep At The Wheel

American country music.

Fri 28 Aug
Auditorium

Cancelled

Frozen 2

Director: Jennifer Lee,Chris Buck

Cast includes the voice talents of Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, Jason Ritter, Evan Rachel Wood

Duration: 113 mins.

Relive all the iconic songs from Frozen II: 'Into the Unknown', 'Show Yourself', 'Lost in the Woods', 'All is Found' and many more. Come Along and Sing-Along!

You know the story dont you?

Why was Elsa born with magical powers? The answer is calling her and threatening her kingdom. Together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, she'll set out on a dangerous but remarkable journey. In 'Frozen', Elsa feared her powers were too much for the world. In 'Frozen II', she must hope they are enough.

Saturday 11 April performance has been rescheduled to Saturday 29 August. If you have pre-booked tickets, they will be valid for the new date.

Sat 29 Aug
Auditorium

£6.50 (Children £5.50)

Happy Days Are Here Again

Join us for a very special Celebration to mark V.E. & V.J. Day

In 2020, we will celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War.

75 years ago, millions of people took to the streets to celebrate peace and to look forward to a brighter future. This uplifting, heartwarming show is full of patriotic nostalgia to celebrate that event.

Hand clapping, foot tapping songs, singalongs, songs that won the war, songs to make you smile and to touch your heart and a good old fashioned cockney knees up.

Featuring songs from Vera Lynn, Gracie Fields, the Andrews Sisters, Glenn Miller, Arthur Askey and many more, it is a real trip down memory lane.

We will pay tribute to the Fallen and acknowledge their sacrifice.

And of course there is a rousing, flag waving Last Night of The Proms Finale with timeless classics that you are actively encouraged to join in with.

Come and celebrate with us and we can guarantee you will leave with a smile on your face.

For more information click here

Friday 8 May performance was rescheduled to Friday 14 August and has now been moved again to Friday 7 May 2021. If you have pre-booked tickets, they will be valid for the new date.

Fri 14 Aug
Auditorium

£15

Fri 7 May
Auditorium

£15

Hazel O'Connor: Breaking Glass 40 Years On - Hallelujah!

Breaking Glass 40 Years On-Hallelujah!

“They were absolutely fantastic, bringing the entire audience roaring to its feet.” Telegraph

The first major female star of the 80’s, award-winning singer-songwriter Hazel O’Connor rose to fame exactly forty years ago in 1980 starring in the film 'Breaking Glass'. There were hits and eye-catching Top of The Pops appearances aplenty along the way. Hazel's ageless songs include 'Eighth Day', 'Will You', 'Big Brother', 'Monsters in Disguise', 'Calls The Tune', 'If Only', 'Give Me An Inch', 'Blackman' and 'Hanging Around' - all of which seem even more relevant in our present times.

Celebrating the Hallelujah Moments of a stunning and illustrious live career Hazel is accompanied here by virtuoso saxophonist Clare Hirst (The Belle Stars, Communards, David Bowie), Sarah Fisher (Eurythmics)  keyboards and Tony Qunta (Odyssey/Edgar Winter) on guitar. This powerful blend of voices and musicianship brings a classy touch of energy, passion and fire to Hazel’s vibrant performance. With a special meet and greet immediately after the show you're in for a treat.

“It's all there, that voice, soaring sax …timeless.” Glastonbury Festival

“The sturdiness and earthy expression of her voice…marvellous” Hot Press                                            

More details can be found at www.hazeloconnor.com

When Hazel O'Connor was last at the Beehive it was a Sell Out and an amazing show - book early to avoid disappointment!

Friday 27 March 2020 performance has been rescheduled to Friday 19 March 2021. If you have pre-booked tickets, they will be valid for the new date.

Tickets £20 - Allocated seating.

Ticket price includes £1 admin fee

Accessible seating available by contacting the Box Office.

Fri 19 Mar
Auditorium

£19

India Electric Co

Folk duo from London.

Sat 26 Sep
Auditorium

£11.50

Fri 2 Apr
Auditorium

£11.50

Johnny Cash Revisited.

A Tribute to the Legendary 'Man in Black'.

Johnny Cash Revisited is a musical rollercoaster of classic Country, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Rockabilly music!

Rick McKay and special guest Jodie McKay pay tribute to Johnny Cash and June Carter with the fabulous live band, Starkville, to bring you an exciting and fun show packed full of great music from the 'Man in Black' and his musical friends!

Hear all the classics from “Hey Porter”, “I Walk The Line”, “Ring Of Fire” and “Folsom Prison Blues”, to “A Boy Named Sue”, “San Quentin”, “Sunday Morning Coming Down”, “One Piece At A Time” and the incredibly powerful “Hurt”.

“Rick McKay and Starkville are doing an excellent job of keeping Johnny's music alive and well in the UK and for that we are extremely grateful” - WS 'Fluke' Holland who was Johnny's drummer in The Tennessee Three and who has played with Starkville.

"I would recommend this show to anyone from die hard old Johnny Cash fans to newcomers who want to hear the real deal" - Dave Roe who was the bassist with The Tennessee Three.

With such high praise from two original band members, this is a show not to be missed!

Saturday 27 June performance has been rescheduled to Friday 23 October. If you have pre-booked tickets, they will be valid for the new date.

Fri 23 Oct
Auditorium

£19

Military Wives

Directed by Peter Cattaneo

Cast includes Kristin Scott Thomas, Jason Flemyng, Sharon Horgan, Teresa Mahoney, Lara Rossi, Amy James-Kelly

Duration: 123 mins.

'The Feel-good film of the Year' - James King, BBC Radio 2

Military Wives is centred on a group of women from different backgrounds whose partners are away serving in Afghanistan. Faced with their loved ones' absences they come together to form the very first military wives choir, helping each other through some of life's most difficult moments, and quickly find themselves on an international stage. Peter Cattaneo (The Full Monty) directs Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Horgan in this feel-good crowd-pleaser inspired by true events.

Gosh darn it, it's hard not to warm to a film that features an a cappella version of Yazoo's "Only You"… and Kristin Scott Thomas having a verbal cat fight in a parking lot. - Hollywood Reporter

It will have you on your feet…cheering and crying - Radio Times

Saturday 18 April performance has been rescheduled to Friday 28 August. If you have pre-booked tickets, they will be valid for the new date.

Fri 28 Aug
Auditorium

£6.50 (Children £5.50)

Misbehaviour

Misbehaviour
  • 2020
  • UK
  • 1h 46min
  • Directed by: Philippa Lowthorpe
  • Cast: John Heffernan, Jessie Buckley, Keira Knightley

Sally (Knightley) is a prim but committed activist who, with artist Jo (Buckley), aims to infiltrate the 1970 Miss World pageant, although Grenadian contestant Jennifer (Mbatha-Raw) has a different take on the contest. A spirited and sincere look at the contradictions involved; despite the slightly fantastic degree of female solidarity, it’s got an impressive sense of balance.

Fri 4 Sep
Auditorium

£6.50 (Children £5.50)

Noble Jacks + Support

Due to Covid restrictions show to be rescheduled - new date to follow.

With the fiddle leading the charge, Noble Jacks are out to take no prisoners with their high-energy footstompin’ rhythms, which have taken crowds by storm across the UK.

2017 saw the release of Noble Jacks’ debut album What the Hammer to much acclaim. A fiddle driven thrill ride, the band set out to capture the raw energy of their notoriously hectic live shows. Achieving radio play internationally, including support from BBC Introducing and Radio Caroline, the riotous album has become a firm fan favourite.

Since this point Noble Jacks have been touring relentlessly, with sold out shows across the UK on their headline tours, as well as shows at major festivals including Glastonbury, Isle of Wight and Bestival, plus major European festivals. With their second album, Stay Awake, released Spring 2019, the Jacks went straight into the top 10 Official UK Americana Album Charts – with a sold out concert and launch party at the renowned Concorde2, Brighton to a capacity crowd of over 600 fans.

Hailed as the finest purveyors of folk-influenced Americana, the band were invited to showcase at this years Americana Fest in Nashville where they went down a storm!

To join the bands e-mail list and have a listen click here

“A dashing alt-pop gem”– CLASH Magazine

“Their music is just the kind of sonic elixir we need in these troubled times”– Acoustic Magazine

“An Explosion of insurmountable energy and brilliantly catchy riffs”– On The Beat

“Just Brilliant”– BBC Introducing

Fri 9 Oct
Auditorium

£7–£14

Fri 11 Dec
Auditorium

£7–£14

Phil Beer & Sound of the Sirens

Phil Beer together with Sound of the Sirens in a Special Double Header event.

When given the opportunity to be together for this unique evening of music Phil, Abbe and Hannah leapt at the opportunity and they are all very much looking forward to it.

Phil is one half of folk supergroup Show Of Hands and is in much demand as a multi-instrumentalist and producer and has been described by the Guardian as 'where Steve Earle and Richard Thompson collide'. He was nominated for the coveted Musician of the Year title in the 2009 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. He is perhaps best known as a top-flight fiddler, but his skills don't stop there: he also plays slide, Spanish and tenor guitars, mandocello, viola, mandolin and South American cuatro, not to mention contributing his rich and remarkable vocals. All are songs and music of memory and significance, sung in the subtle and melodic Phil Beer style and interjected with musings and amusings to an almost personal audience.

Phil will open the show and comes to the Beehive as part of the 'So Much to Choose From'  2020 Tour.  The solo shows for 2020 will be the last time Phil undertakes such a large number of performances and aim to encapsulate the last 40 years of his songs and music.

He will then be joined on stage by Sound of the Sirens and part of the show will be them making music together.

Sound Of The Sirens are Abbe Martin and Hannah Wood. They combine agile guitar-playing, soaring harmonies and lyrical, heartfelt songwriting to make lushly melodic music. They  released the critically acclaimed album This Time in early 2019 on independent label DMF Records. In Spring 2020 they will be playing a number of headline shows before playing festivals throughout the Summer.

“’This Time’ is a collection of moments, emotions, challenges and stories,” say the duo. “We’ve collected lyrics, melodies and ideas from the past couple of years for this project. We created this album last winter in an isolated barn in Wales with only guitars, a piano, wine and the dogs for company. The themes of time, love, loss, perseverance, hope and clarity are intertwined in these songs.”

Abbe & Hannah are very much looking forward to working with Phil again:-

"We are so excited to be sharing the evening with Phil Beer. He is always so lovely to work with. We managed to share a stage at Exeter Respect a couple of years ago and then borrowed his skills at Cottingham Folk Festival. Fingers crossed we get to play a few songs with him again this time.

We can't wait x"

The last part of the evening will be Sound of the Sirens on their own.

Saturday 13 June 2020 performance has been rescheduled to Friday 26 February 2021. If you have pre-booked tickets, they will be valid for the new date.

Fri 26 Feb
Auditorium

£20

Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show

Due to Covid restrictions this event has now sadly been cancelled.

“Entertainment doesn’t come much better than this.” - The Irish Examiner

The new 25th Anniversary show catapults Riverdance into the 21st century and will completely immerse you in the extraordinary and elemental power of its music and dance. 25 years ago, 7 minutes changed the face of Irish dancing forever.

The Eurovision interval act performance gave millions of people a new and exciting glimpse of the future of Irish dance. Now 25 years later, composer Bill Whelan has rerecorded his mesmerising soundtrack while producer Moya Doherty and director John McColgan have completely reimagined the ground-breaking show with innovative and spectacular lighting, projection, stage and costume designs.

This powerful and stirring reinvention of the beloved family favourite is celebrated the world over for its Grammy Award-winning music and the thrilling energy of its Irish and international dance.

Filmed live at the 3Arena Dublin, the exact spot where it all began, the 25th Anniversary Gala Performance will bring Riverdance to the big screen for the very first time!

Check out the website here

“A family evening unlike anything else!” - The Times

“The phenomenon rolls on! There will always be a Riverdance!” - The New York Times

“The show is quite simply incredible.  A phenomenon of historic proportions.” - The Washington Times

“The sort of spectacle and experience that comes along once in a lifetime.” - The Hollywood Reporter

“Triumphant! A perfect Gem” - New York Post

“The original…. the best” - The Irish Times

Running time is 120 minutes including an interval (t.b.c.)

Friday 20 March performance has been rescheduled to Saturday 5 September. If you have pre-booked tickets, they will be valid for the new date.

WARNING: Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect customers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy

Sat 5 Sep
Auditorium

£12.50 (£10)

The Sound of Springsteen

The “SOUND OF SPRINGSTEEN”, take to the stage for the second year of touring in 2020. After 2 years of getting the show together, and 1 year of touring in 2019, crowds, fans and theatres have given such high reviews from all over the UK.

With a passion for the work of "The Boss", the 8 piece tribute “The Sound Of Springsteen” brings their years of live performances and recording to rock you with Bruce Springsteen's greatest hits and deep cuts. With songs like, Born In The USA, Glory Days, Streets of Philadelphia and many more, this is a night of passion for Springsteen, and we are back in year 2, Bigger and Better.

Saturday 15th August 2020 performance was rescheduled to Sat 19 June 2021 and has now been moved again to Fri 18 June 2021. If you have pre-booked tickets they will be valid for the new date.

Sat 15 Aug
Auditorium

£24

Fri 18 Jun
Auditorium

£24

Sat 19 Jun
Auditorium

£24

True Strays

The Beyond the Horizon Tour with support from Jordan Jane

The True Strays are a vintage loving, blues fuelled, dirty rock and roll band. Their live shows are a joyous hoedown of huge bass driven riffs, a howling tornado of resonator guitar, cacophonous drums and soaring Hammond organ.

Influences span the history of modern music with great admiration for the delta blues of the 40s and 50s, British Invasion and Psychedelic Rock of the 60s and 70s, Southern Rock and Soul and modern age Punk, Rock and Blues artists. Blues music is at the heart of everything they do but their sound isn’t bound to those rules or that genre. Influences include greats like Muddy Waters and Howling Wolf, Jimi Hendrix and Fleetwood Mac, The Doors and Pink Floyd and more recent punk and rock and roll bands like Nirvana, QOTSA and Idles.

True Strays have made Bristol their home recently, after a previous band disintegrated after 5 years hard work. Determined to never be in that situation again, the True Strays was formed with the ambition that this band would last. With a new set of songs and hopes in their suitcases, the band set off doing what they knew best; playing live. A real road band, they took any show they could, busked relentlessly, and shared their songs with anyone that would listen. Regularly collaborating with old band mate Matthew Cooke and some of Bristol finest keys session players, the bands sound expanded and found new direction.

Check out artist website here.

“Rising stars of the UK Americana scene” – The List

“A hip-shaking barrage of blues rock n roll.” – Clunk Magazine

“Rockin’ blues at it’s best.” – Swingamajig

“Their creations have vitality, it’s more than just words and music, they pack a real punch and make you sit up and take notice…” – Blues & Roots Radio

“Brilliant Live!” – Shambala Festival

Support comes from Jordan Jane a singer/songwriter from Cornwall with roots deeply buried in Folk and Americana Music. His debut single “Follow the Cliff Face North” won several awards in the folk music scene.

"Poised, Impassioned, Perfect" - Tom Robinson, Radio 6

Friday 1 May performance has been rescheduled to Friday 9 October. If you have pre-booked tickets, they will be valid for the new date.

Fri 9 Oct
Auditorium

£7

The Unravelling Wilburys

Celebrating THE TRAVELING WILBURYS -

Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne

This top tribute show is more than just a tribute!

They are the ‘complete package’, a great combination of brilliant musicianship, tongue in cheek humour and rave reviews throughout the UK, the band play their songs in their familiar country-rock style whilst stealing a few choice numbers from those famous five icons, Messrs Orbison, Harrison, Dylan, Petty and Lynne!

The set list includes Wilbury songs such as:  End Of The Line, Handle With Care, The Devil’s Been Busy, Last Night, Tweeter And The Monkey Man, She’s My Baby, Heading For The Light……………. And choice cuts such as:  Pretty Woman, You’ve Got It (Roy Orbison), Mr Blue Sky, Evil Woman (Jeff Lynne’s ELO), I Won’t Back Down, Running Down A Dream (Tom Petty), Mr Tambourine Man, Make You Feel My Love (Bob Dylan),  Here Come’s The Sun (George Harrison)………… and many more.  All great songs in the Country/Rock genres and plenty of humour throughout!

"Thank you all for a sensational performance last night, it was musicianship of extraordinary talent from you all.  I took my wife and two friends and we all had a blast. I had no idea that you are so amazing. Would you please thank every single member of the band?  I thought I was a reasonable musician, but now realise I am a total starter compared to you lot!  Please come back next year for The Fringe”.- Bath Fringe Festival

"Captured the style and sounds perfectly and with their own added sense of humour gave the audience an evening to remember"

Saturday 23 May performance has been rescheduled to Friday 13 November. If you have pre-booked tickets, they will be valid for the new date.

Fri 13 Nov
Auditorium

£17

Wishbone Ash

The Kings of Ckasdic Rock makng their first ever appearance at the venue!

Sat 13 Nov

£24.20

The Beehive

An arts centre in East Devon with a 300 seat auditorium plus venues for music, theatre, comedy, dance and cinema and extra space for exhibitions, workshops and community activities.

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