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Review: Twelfth Night @ Cygnet Theatre

I studied Twelfth Night four years ago under the guidance of my English teacher, who passed away this year in August. Although I know...

EUTCO presents: ‘Me, as a Penguin’

Tom Wells' charmingly eccentric comedy-drama has been taken on by EUTCO, and it’s safe to say that the theatre company has done the play...

Review: Madam Butterfly

Have you ever dreamed of immersing yourself in the world of traditional Japan? Although set closer to our modern age at the start of...

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...