Review: Cyrano Despite finding something to love in its extravagance and flamboyancy, Clémence Smith argues that Joe Wright’s adaptation misses the point of its source material. Cyrano seems like a promising film at first. It is a musical adaptation of the 1897 French play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand and features a star-studded cast; needless to say, […]
Lucy Evans, Online Features Editor, reviews Shotgun Theatre’s production of Company.
The recent surge in Covid-19 cases has forced many artists to step away from the stage. Catherine Stone shines a light on the understudies that have kept our favourite shows running.
My parents have taken me to the theatre since I was a tot, and therefore a love of musicals has been instilled in me. I recognise that I’ve been extremely fortunate in being able to attend lots of live theatre performances and that many of these can be extortionately priced. Musical film adaptations are a […]