Theatre Archive

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    Review: Two

    WILL MACLEAN enjoys a show that affirms human connections of all types in a way that avoids the saccharine and the cliché, and allows us...
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    Review: Oleanna

    WILL MACLEAN appreciates a play that speaks to some of the most important issues facing us in university life
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    Review: Bunny

    ROSE AITCHISON appreciates a trip into the idiosyncratic psyche of a slightly strange individual that is witty, charming, and chilling in equal measure
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    Review: Wife

    ROSE AITCHISON enjoys a show about the lives of famous wives as people in their own right that celebrates their individuality, agency and sexuality
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    Preview: Bunny

    ANUNITA CHANDRASEKAR speaks to the cast and crew behind 'Bunny', an intense, enthralling evening of theatre, exploring the psyche of a girl on the brink...
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    Review: Spiders

    NATASHA MAY enjoys a student written piece that is consistently witty and by turns touching and dark
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    Review: Bedroom Farce

    TOM BAILEY enjoys a play that manages to retain both poignancy and humour in dealing with issues of love, adultery, and masculinity
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    Preview: Spiders

    Spiders writer KATE COLLINS and director RACHEL KITTS discuss their upcoming student written piece 'Spiders' that is fast-paced, witty and touching
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    Review: The Day Room

    ANTON ERLANDSSON appreciates the novelty of a play that renders the familiar absurd with its sharp wit and dark humour
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    Review: The Merchant of Venice

    GENEVIEVE COX enjoys a performance with an overarching brilliance of acting and set which created a truly innovative adaptation of Shakespeare’s treasured origina
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    Preview: Ghostwritten

    ROSE AITCHISON speaks to the directorial team behind a macabre trip into the psyche of classic Russian literature
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