Nouse quotes, sex jokes and talent: Eliza Hunton reviews Comedysoc’s latest show
Northern grit and avant-garde charm delivered by a cast of only two. Lara Medlam reviews DramaSoc’s first of the term
A strong start but is it sustained? Jasper Cunningham-Ward reviews TFTV’s erratic play
Lara Medlam embraces the meta in DramaSoc’s charming foray into situationist absurdity
Identity, success, feminism – all delivered with sharp comic edge. Francesca Killoran reviews DramaSoc’s richly layered, relevant production
Hina Rana reviews the latest instalment in the wizarding franchise – is the magic still there or are the fans merely sustaining it?
Emma Whitworth is wowed by TFTV’s mysterious and gritty production
Martha Wright ponders the immersive approach and Yorkshire touch in this adaptation of Melville’s Moby Dick
Eliza Hunton gets caught up in the cosmic collision of DramaSoc’s considered and touching production
Brutal, dark, gleaming. Holly Huxter reviews DramaSoc’s final offering of the term
Hannah Sackville-Bryant appreciates the subtle touch and dynamic suspense in DramaSoc’s take on a classic
Arabella Watkiss is blown away by Dramasoc’s set, but can a cast of three manage to captivate too?