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Review: Hedda Gabler

How exactly does one adapt a play for a modern audience without losing too much of the flavour of the original? Frequently termed the...

Nobel prize in literature 2017: Kazuo Ishiguro receives award

Having chosen, amidst considerable controversy, to award last year’s Nobel prize in literature to singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, those waiting for this year’s announcement were...

Review: Izindava @ Exeter Northcott

Haunting backlights, dark silhouettes and convicting voiceovers - the implications of deeper truths and knowledge are hardly deficient in Bawren Tavaziva’s Izindava. The dancers...

Exeter’s first Translation! Festival serves up a feast of linguistic delights

A year in the planning, the inaugural Translation! Festival hit Exeter on Friday 29th September across a variety of city centre venues and-appropriately enough-on the International...

Review: Katherine Ryan @ Reading Festival

Ah, Reading Festival. Like a crèche for giddy 16 year olds clutching their GCSE results in one hand and a can of Dark Fruits...

It’s not about the music anymore: Glastonbury from another perspective

The economy of human hedonism; people pass in droves innumerable. They flatten in colour over the horizon as I look through the flaps in...

Review: Bristol Dramasoc’s “A Sleepless Night”

In just one and a half weeks Bristol Dramasoc devised an animated and fun loving piece, gracing our own M&D stage with childish vigour. ...

Review: The Brexit Club

  We could be forgiven for forgetting that somewhere, amongst the fog of the Brexit headlines and the smog of the Farage drivel: o cleverly...

Review: Sealed

Imagine one day, through the post, you receive a sealed envelope. Inside the envelope, there is an address to a house somewhere in central...

Review: Bright

I had high expectations for this piece of new writing, put on by Theatre with Teeth, and was not disappointed. As a writing and directing...