Lucy Evans, Online Features Editor, reviews Shotgun Theatre’s production of Company.
Shotgun Theatre’s performance of Spring Awakening is nothing short of overflowing with talent, and I feel genuinely privileged to have seen it. Set in 1890s Germany, Spring Awakening is a rock musical which tells the story of a group of schoolchildren as they encounter life’s hurdles on their journey into adulthood, from wet dreams to […]
Set in provincial 1891 Germany, with a backdrop of religious and parental repression, Spring Awakening is a daring exploration of adolescence and sexual awakening. a daring exploration of adolescence and sexual awakening Through the angsty and delicate rock score, a group of teenagers demonstrate the painful yet beautiful story of growing up, discovering new feelings and […]
The story of Robin Hood is age old, and whether you are acquainted with it through the 1973 Disney film, or just through its sheer notoriety, mention that an adaptation of Robin Hood is being performed and just wait for seats to fill up. This was definitely the case with Theatre with Teeth and Shotgun […]
Everyone loves a potted plant. They’re a great way to brighten up a room, bring a bit of life into your home; in fact, I’ve just invested in some myself. Now, however, I’m tempted to take them back to the shop – because if there’s one thing I’ve learned from Little Shop of Horrors it’s that your […]
Shotgun Theatre, the University of Exeter’s musical theatre group, raised a total of £2,000 in just four days after the crowdfunder to get their production of Godspell to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe launched on 2nd April. After the musical’s sell-out run in Exeter last November (Exeposé gave the production four stars), the group wants to […]
Avenue Q is the hilariously crude, yet masterfully-written comedy musical from the minds of Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx. Shotgun Theatre are putting on a production of the hit later this month, so I asked them a few questions on what we can expect. Here’s what they had to say: Firstly, can you give us a rundown of […]
First up to the stage was XpressionFM’s Leah Finegold, guitar in hand and ready to lead the room through a set of perhaps predictable but well-executed covers, comprised mainly of folk/pop hits. Opening with Vance Joy’s ‘Riptide’, Finegold established an enthusiastic energy that she maintained throughout her performance, clearly at ease in front of an […]