Lauren Haughey reviews Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s production of The Lovely Bones at Exeter’s Northcott Theatre.
Sofia Gallucci-Giles reveals what was hot, what was not, and all things at the Fringe this year.
Rebecca Winkle reviews David Mamet’s three-women comedy drama, ‘Boston Marriage’.
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 […]
W ill Gater is one of the current generation of ‘rock star’ science popularisers. He is currently touring with his show, The story of the Solar System. However, he was able to take some time out to talk to Scarlett and Finn about his love for his subject and recent exciting developments in space exploration. […]
“There is a beast. Because I saw it”. I saw the beast of a show that is EUTCO’s latest Northcott offering, a contemporary retelling of William Golding’s ‘Lord of The Flies’. Casting aside any harrowing memories of GCSE English Literature, the production charges into the 21st century. It’ll make you laugh, it’ll make you cry, […]
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 Theatre Company exhumed the body of this wartime classic and paraded it across the Barnfield Theatre to bemused and rapturous applause. Looking at the character sheet, the play is essentially the […]
Best described as a ghost story set in Victorian Exeter, ‘One for Sorrow’ depicts Thomas Flay, a textile merchant at a time when textiles made Exeter one of the most significant cities in England. When his wife disappears on their wedding day, he searches in vain. But the real main character is Ignatius, Thomas’ brother, […]
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 in for a night of culture when I entered the M&D Room to find it in the style of an art gallery. The room was lined with portraits of a man […]
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 the Irish countryside, the tyrannical ruling within this dystopian world shows that a red splash of paint on your door signifies an execution, and a red envelope through your door means […]