Anthos Arts presents

Around the World In Eighty Days

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The Anthos Young Company cast (age 11-18) return for a brand-new, globetrotting adventure!

Abigail Fortescue, an aspiring journalist determined to prove herself, thinks she may finally have her chance when she hears that Phileas Fogg, a mysterious gentleman, has bet his fortune that he can travel the around the world in eighty days.

Notepad in hand, she sets off with Fogg and his hapless assistant Passepartout to document the adventure. Unbeknownst to the three, there has been a robbery at the Bank of England and the prime suspect… Phileas Fogg himself! Now pursued by the ever-persistent Inspector Fix and a shadowy organisation bent on stopping them, can the trio arrive back in London by Christmas Eve?

Hold on to your top-hats and join the AYC as they tackle one of Jules Verne’s most famous pieces, putting their own spin on the classic tale.


Anthos Arts is a non-profit arts organisation working with children and young people in Exeter and Devon. Our goal is ‘Drama for all,’ making Drama accessible for everyone at all ages. At Anthos Arts we focus on helping young artists develop personal and performance skills through carefully planned projects and workshops, providing a safe, supportive space for them to learn and create new work.

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Date
Saturday 26th Nov 2022
Time
07:00 PM
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£13.00
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