Something wicked is coming this way…

If there’s one thing we pride ourselves on at the Passage, it’s our passion for getting involved in our local community. Whether that is fundraising for local charities, helping to host the annual Ferryman’s Swim or sourcing our fish from local fishermen, we believe that it is vitally important to support our locals and small businesses in the community. With that in mind, we are pleased to announce that next week we will have a guest ale in honour of a play being opened by Exeter Alternative Theatre (EAT) for a special one night only performance on the 12th October at Barnfield Theatre. EAT is run by Louis and Emma Ravensfield, much loved locals at our bar.

The play in question is ‘Crowley’, a production that explores the life of Aleister Crowley, a man given the epithet, by some, of ‘the Wickedest Man in the World’. Louis tells us that they ‘will be combining live performance, projection and music to create a sensual depiction of the inner workings of a ‘disorganised mind’ (Crowley, Moonchild, 1923) and the play even comes with its very own celebratory ale.’


EAT have teamed up with Big Rabbit Brewery, based just outside Cullompton, who have created ‘Crowley – The Wickedest Ale in the World’ especially for the production. It will be available in the theatre bar on the night and leading up to the big night, will be available at a few select local venues. The Passage is proud to be one of these venues and to be hosting this ale in support of both a local brewery and a very local theatre company.

So why not pop along to the Passage this week to try the Wickedest Ale that’ll ever pass your lips and make sure you head to the Barnfield Theatre on the 12th October to enjoy an intoxicating and intense production by the inimitable Exeter Alternative Theatre.

For more information and to book: or call:01392 270891

Crowley pic


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