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Review: Zips

While the title didn’t do much in exciting me about the premise of this play, Simon Marshall’s Zips was a highly enjoyable and surprisingly emotional play. Set in local Teignmouth, it was part of...

Treat Your Shelf: Well, Well, Wellness

You probably bought yourself a recipe book in January, using the Waterstones voucher from your aunt, to support your New Year’s resolution to take a break from those 3am Subways, and chances are it...

Review: Shotgun’s Made in Dagenham

Songs, dance and whole lot of sass, Shotgun Theatre’s production of Made in Dagenham was just what the doctor ordered. But, most importantly, what Shotgun Theatre produced proved it be so much more than...

Magicians, Time Travellers and all round Spiffing Chaps- An Interview with Morgan & West

The Victorian era of magic is one surrounded by an air of mysticism and wonder, which still holds an allure for audiences today. With the likes of Harry Houdini and Chung Ling Soo performing...

Footlights and ‘The Producers’

Prior to watching Footlights’ take on The Producers, my only encounter with the show was pre President Trump, amongst the confines of a downtrodden, beleaguered Guardian article. “When they come to make Trump: The Movie,...

What to expect from EUTCo’s “Animal Farm”

“All animals are equal. But some animals are more equal than others.” I have been lucky enough to attend a preview of EUTCo’s adaptation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm, and I must say that I...

Made in Dagenham: Directors’ Interview

I meet Rosie Thomas and Ella Nokes, co-directors of Shotgun Theatre’s upcoming show “Made in Dagenham”, at 9am on the Monday of exam week. The day is the first - and last - term...

Godspell – a spellbinding success

Shotgun Theatre has a history over the last couple of years of producing high quality and high energy term one shows. Following the huge sell out successes of The Wild Party and The Witches...

‘I Name This Mountain After Him’: The Poetry of Leonard Cohen.

One of the most tragic events of 2016 – and that, believe me, is saying something – was surely the passing of Leonard Cohen. Best known for his musical career, with his excellent final...

Treat Your Shelf: Books are the Real Christmas Magic

Christmas, much like my student debt, has come out of nowhere this year. And, again much like my student debt, I’m trying not to think about it. Christmas shopping is an intimidating thing for...

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