Arts

The Nobel Writer


Helena Keeble describes hearing the 2017 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, Kazuo Ishiguro, at UEA.

To Kill a Mockingbird: Necessary Discomfort


Beth Gooding discusses the recent banning of To Kill a Mockingbird in from the curriculum of an American school

Les Miserables…Today!


Timeless and loveable, Kyriakos Kosta discusses Les Miserables and its impact on today’s society.

How can we remember the horrors of WW1? – A generation who weren’t there.


In the wake of Remembrance Day, how can we truly remember those who fought in the war?

The Devil is loose in Royal Holloway


Michele Theil reviews Drama Society’s thrilling production of Arthur Miller’s infamous play, The Crucible.

Worth Every Penny


Francesca Tyer reviews Savoy Opera Society’s ‘The Threepenny Opera’

“boys wear their hats backwards so they can kiss other boys” – Review


The love-filled Student Workshop production created a sense of familiarity and complicated emotion in the LGBTQ+ community with its creative choices on music, writing, and genuine acting.

Overshadowed


As a follow up to “A Bone To Pick”, Michele Theil reviews BBC Three’s new show ‘Overshadowed’ and praises its portrayal of eating disorders in comparison.

Life is a Cabaret, Old Chum


Michele Theil reviews MTS’ Main Term Show, Cabaret, an amazing musical with interesting themes.

Comedy Virgins – Review


Thursday the 2nd of November saw RHUL’s Comedy Society host an evening of stand up comedy that did not fail to entertain a bustling audience in Stumble Out