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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...

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....

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: 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...

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...

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,...

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...

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: Monster

A s Storm Angus set in, I sat down to watch Duncan Macmillan’s ‘Monster’, EUTCO’s first Term 1 show. In the newly (theatrically) appreciated...

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