Samantha Davis reviews her favourite Oscar Wilde story: The Picture of Dorian Gray. What did she think of Drama Society’s adaptation?
Josip Martincic reviews the Shakespeare Society’s production of The Taming of the Shrew, a show done entirely by students in their first year.
Michele Theil reviews Shakespeare’s Society’s Main Term show, King Lear.
Michele Theil reviews Drama Society’s thrilling production of Arthur Miller’s infamous play, The Crucible.
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.
Image by Sophie Morgan Susanna Clark reviews The Student Workshop’s production of Never Swim Alone. The Student Workshop’s production of Never Swim Alone is, simply put, a triumph. Frank (played by Jack Read) and Bill (played by Azan Ahmed) are two adult men who were once childhood friends and maintain a façade of the continuation […]
Beth Carr reviews The Student Workshop’s first production of the term. Upon reading the synopsis for Di and Viv and Rose, it became impossible to resist buying a ticket and heading to see it. Following three girls from the beginning of their friendship at university into adulthood and the changes it brings, the Student Workshop’s […]
Royal Holloway Drama Society will be putting on the play ‘Posh’ by Laura Wade which is highly relevant in light of the upcoming general election in May. ‘Posh’ is based upon the infamous Bullingdon club – an exclusive but unofficial all male students’ club at Oxford University noted for its wealthy members and riotous rituals […]