All posts tagged "Drama"
Medea: a monster, a mother, or a murderer?
‘A bride of hate to me and death / Tigress, not woman’ (Euripides, Medea) Medea: a monster, a mother, or a...Arts13/06/2017
UnScene Festival: A Review
The 10 short pieces that made up Drama Socs UnScene Festival certainly packed a punch. Emma Halahan reviews a night of...Arts31/01/2017
Ruby Rogers discusses the decline of BBC’s ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Sherlock’ “Doctor who?” – the famous question, that has been asked...Arts30/01/2017
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...Arts21/11/2016
‘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...Arts20/11/2016
Bowie From Your Bottom: Midsummer at The Globe
Concealed in the midst of artistic director Emma Rice’s traditionally authentic season of Bard-based foolery, nestled within the open air glory...Arts03/08/2016
Savoy Kicks Off Half-Centenary with ‘Pirates Of Penzance’
“Everyone we capture says he’s an orphan. The last three ships we took proved to be manned entirely by orphans, and...Arts21/03/2016
Something Wicked This Way Comes: ‘Faustaff’ Premieres at The Cockpit
“Say it like you did in the asylum” – “You’re going to kill your wife, and then you’re going to kill...Arts25/11/2015
Di and Viv and Rose
Beth Carr reviews The Student Workshop’s first production of the term. Upon reading the synopsis for Di and Viv and Rose,...Arts24/11/2015
Holloway Alumni Collaborate to Create London Stage Show
‘Virginia Woolf once said that the world of her times was not ready for a female Faustus. Now, according to the...Arts14/11/2015