Ruby Rogers chatted to indie rock band The Carnabys after their gig at the Students’ Union. “Do we think that Jack...05/12/2016
Carlos Acosta: from Poverty to Ballet Stardom
“Passion meets power and precision”: Victoria Bastable explores the career of Carlos Acosta In October I was honoured to see Carlos...02/12/2016
A Triumphant Team Effort at the ‘Winter Concert’.
This year’s Winter Concert was a lovely collaborative effort between two of Royal Holloway’s many choirs: the Gospel Choir and the...26/11/2016
Shakespeare Society Presents ‘Much Ado About Nothing’
For their first term production, Royal Holloway’s Shakespeare Society are tackling one of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies: Much Ado About Nothing....24/11/2016
Never Swim Alone – Review
Image by Sophie Morgan Susanna Clark reviews The Student Workshop’s production of Never Swim Alone. The Student Workshop’s production of Never...21/11/2016
‘Bluebird’: Brave, bold and beautiful.
Drama Society’s production of ‘Bluebird’ by Simon Stephens is filled with raw and visceral emotion. I have to commend director Emily...20/11/2016
‘Lady Be Good’ made this lady feel good!
‘Lady Be Good’ made this lady feel good! Last night I was treated to the Savoy Opera Society’s main term show...19/11/2016
MTS Presents ‘Bring It On’: From the Perspective of a Sideline Cheerleader.
Orbital’s Joanne Archer reviews Musical Theatre Society’s performance of Bring It On. Every time I watch MTS perform I laugh, I...15/11/2016
Stage School Trouble
E4’s new structured reality TV drama ‘Stage School’ has caused a lot of controversy recently. So much so that after its...04/11/2016
Slam Poetry: Rebirth of a Genre?
Punchy and powerful, the slam poetry movement has rejuvenated poetry; blowing away the stereotypes of a literary genre often reserved for...04/11/2016