Horses, Brains and Apples at Midnight

Noelle Spillmann reviews Midnight At The Boiler House, a collection of original theatre pieces created by RHUL’s very own Drama students.

When The Clock Strikes 00:00

Insiyah Adamjee reviews (a)basement theatre collective’s recent production ’00:00′.

You’d Be Wilde To Miss It

Samantha Davis reviews her favourite Oscar Wilde story: The Picture of Dorian Gray. What did she think of Drama Society’s adaptation?

Mind the Gap: Good Enough to Make Even a Londoner Smile

George White reviews the Student Workshop’s latest production, Mind the Gap.

A Truly Amazing Night At The Theatre

Lina Plamenova attends and reviews the annual A Night At The Theatre performance.

Review: Three Fish in a Tree

George White reviews the Student Workshop’s recent production, Three Fish in a Tree.

“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.

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!

A Dark Season

Arts editor Josip Martinčić draws parallels between the dark themes explored within the shows put on by the Performing Arts Societies on campus in Term One.