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Wit, Wisdom and Wine – An Interview with Marcel Lucont

Marcel Lucont has been making a name for himself recently on the British comedy circuit. Having made appearances on the likes of Russell Howard’s Good News, John Bishop’s Christmas Show and Set List the...

Review: A Passionate Woman

Based on the real-life events of writer Kay Mellor’s mother, A Passionate Woman was a short, albeit sweet story of love, loss and family. Settling into the theatre, the story opens with Betty, a...

The Boat Shed

There is something truly magical about the Quay on a bright, clear evening. After winding your way down through the hustle and bustle of town, there is a certain purity of air and light...

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.  As part of a performance exchange with EUTCo we were...

Review: Rocky Horror at the Northcott

“Who’s a virgin here?” Frank N. Furter asked us. I grinned at my housemate, who already looked terrified. Even more so when our host gleefully announced: “We’re going to pop some cherries tonight!” Don’t worry:...

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 designed to numb and confuse, we are still- albeit slowly...

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...

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