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“RAG does Take Me Out” Reviewed

IF you’ve never seen Take Me Out, let me preface this by summarising the show; this pinnacle of television sees single guys paired up...

Review: EUTCo’s ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’

Morbidly chuckle-raising and intelligent in its silliness, EUTCo’s 'Arsenic and Old Lace' was a laugh for even the theatrically inexperienced like me. The Uni...

‘Twelfth Night’ Review at Hole in the Wall

The hilarious and surprisingly talented cast of Shakesoc succeeded in bringing to life all the celebrated aspects of Shakespeare’s 'Twelfth Night', adding humorous details...

Review of ‘One for Sorrow’ at St Nicholas’ Priory

Best described as a ghost story set in Victorian Exeter, 'One for Sorrow' depicts Thomas Flay, a textile merchant at a time when textiles...

Twelfth Night Review, Bristol Old Vic

In the midst of a party, drunken bohemians decide to put on a spontaneous production of ‘Twelfth Night’. From there, we get the twisted...

Behind the Canvas of Klimt/Schiele Duo

In an affluent Vienna at the turn of the 20th century two artists explore the avant-garde techniques and attitudes of the art nouveau. The...

Review: EUTCo’s ‘The Shape of Things’ in the M&D Room

On the 9th of November I was privileged enough to review EUTCo’s performance of Neil LaBute’s ‘The Shape of Things’. I knew I was...

Review: Theatre With Teeth’s ‘Angelus’ in the M&D Room

Theatre With Teeth’s production ‘Angelus’ is a bold and emphatic piece of new writing, which certainly lives up to Swain’s esteemed reputation. Set in...

Review: ‘One for Sorrow’ @ Tucker’s Hall

Spending an hour on the edge of your seat whilst being immersed like never before in a haunting tale is a sure way to...

Homophobia in sport – ongoing yet neglected

An ongoing issue which appears relatively stagnant and to a large degree unreflective of wider society, homophobia in sport is having a major impact...