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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: 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...

Mass murder or mass hysteria?

Want to hear a joke? Okay, here goes: there’s an escaped convict roaming the streets you probably live on or near, and he’s knifed...

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...

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...

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...

Review: Holes @ Edinburgh Fringe

On a remote desert island Ian (Jack Smail) and Gus (Calum Wragg-Smith), quite possibly the last two men left alive, stand before sixteen-year-old Erin...

Midsummer’s dream turned midsummer’s nightmare?

O ne Midsummer's day, rambling at the Hay Exeposé learned of the BBC play, “Watch it! It’s marvelous,” he told the crowd, For Russell T. Davies the...

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