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Review: Well-Fangled Theatre’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Tucked away just off of Clifford Street, Friargate Theatre played the perfect host to Well-Fangled Theatre’s adaption of A Midsummer Night’s Dream yesterday evening. The liminality of the little playhouse reflected the setting of Shakespeare’s timeless comedy, fantastically interpreted by director Mark France and expertly taken on by a universally talented cast. Taking a seat […]



Review: Asockalypse

With a superb premise and dynamic cast, It Came From The Tumble Dryer premiered the third and final instalment of the ongoing Asockalypse trilogy, as performed at the two Drama Society Writers’ Showcases this academic year. The play recapped the events of the first two parts, and offered a conclusion which held fast to the established absurd […]



Review: Lauren Ray’s We Will Need Courage

We Will Need Courage is a diverse debut album from London-based singer-songwriter Lauren Ray. From an international background, Ray has previously worked in the music industry with songwriters for well-known artists such as Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez. Her own work, however, has been compared to the likes of Norah Jones – though perhaps a little […]



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Review: Frankenstein

“I did not ask to be born, but once born, I will fight to live. All life is precious – even mine.” The story of Frankenstein is one that has been told in many forms, each honing in on a different aspect of Shelley’s creation. In this particular adaption by Nick Dear, it is The […]



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