Arts

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

‘boys wear their hats backwards so they can kiss other boys’ – Representation through verbatim, poetry and dance.

Orbital’s Arts team, in partnership with rhubarbTV, took a sneak peak into rehearsals for the upcoming Student Workshop production.

Murder He Wrote

Helena Keeble recounts hearing Anthony Horowitz talk at The Norwich Crime Writing Festival.

The Nether – Review

The Student Workshop’s production of this dystopian crime drama successfully created an uncomfortable and tense feeling due to two very crucial elements being executed well – the use of space and characterisation through physicality.

Theatre Tickets at a Price You Can’t Afford to Miss

The best ways to make the most of being a student so close to London’s theatre scene but not breaking the bank!

Review: Fish Out of Water’s “Hares on a Mountain”

Georgia Beith reviews the new EP from Fish Out of Water, a folk rock band featuring lead vocals from one of Royal Holloway’s own.

A Night At The Theatre

Last night at the Student Union’s Main Hall, the Creative Arts Societies of Royal Holloway held the opening night of their inter-societal event ‘A Night at the Theatre’.

Matilda the Musical, a Review

Amber Choudhary reviews Matilda the Musical for Orbital

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