Birmingham Stage Company

Exeter Northcott


Exeter Northcott


Stocker Road,

Box Office: 01392 726363



Getting here by bus

The D and H buses run from Exeter City Centre direct to our theatre 7 days a week including Bank Holidays.  However we recommend you catch the D bus if you are travelling from the city centre as the route is more direct.

The last D services from the city centre to Exeter Northcott Theatre for evening shows Monday to Saturday are at 6.30pm (for 7pm shows), 7pm (for 7.30pm shows) and 7.30pm (for 8pm shows).  Sunday D services run at 9.22am, 9.52am, and then at 22 and 52 mins past the hour until 22.52pm.

D Route

Digby - Pynes Hill - Broadfields - St Lukes - City Centre – University

H Route

St Davids Station - City Centre - RD&E Hospital

Download a copy of the latest D & H bus timetables here.

Getting home by bus

The D bus leaves the bus stop opposite the front entrance of the theatre on North Park Road at 21mins and 51mins past the hour after 6pm and continues until 11.51pm (Mon to Sat) and 10.52pm (Sundays) to the city centre, ready for you to connect to other city centre late night services.

For more information about this bus service, including updates to timetabling, please call 01392 427711 or visit

Getting here by train

From Exeter St Davids Station, take the 1km walk up the hill to the University Campus. The H Bus links St David's Station with the University Campus (see left).  For university staff and students, there is a free minibus shuttle which runs at selected times from St David's Station - more details can be found here.  Alternatively, taxis are available from both Exeter St David's and Exeter Central railway stations.  For more information on train services call 08457 48 49 50 or visit

Getting here on foot or by bike

We'd like to encourage those who are able to walk or cycle to the Theatre to do so whenever they can.  There are several cycle paths and lanes in and around the theatre and University campus to ensure the safety of cyclists and there is a now a Cycle Park to the left of the theatre, which is part of the new Great Hall Piazza.

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