Amy Milka

Amy has written 15 articles for Nouse

On the Arts Trail

Amy Milka discovers York’s cultural side

Peter Pan

Contrary to popular belief, Pantsoc is not a society dedicated to pants. As director William Seaward explains; “We’ve got nothing against pants

Langwith Summer Arts Festival

This year, the Langwith Provost, John Issit, and a group of enthusiastic students got together with a common goal: to further the regeneration of the college with a day devoted to arts

The Cut, Drama Barn


The Drama Barn was packed out for the last evening of The Cut, an intense production of Mark Ravenhill’s play

Morocco: the Hitchhiker’s Guide

This Easter, Amy Milka joined the annual student migration to Africa. She remembers the OAPs, squaddies and French fascist who helped her to blag her way across the continent

University Dance

Amy Milka slips on her dancing shoes and boogies with some University dance societies

University dance has received mixed publicity recently. The cliquey image associated with performing arts in general is hard to shake off. But, as the build-up to the extravaganza that is Fusion continues, I find out what’s going on and how to get involved

What’s On

A therapeutic cinema experience
19 – 25 January
City Screen

Spotlight On Illuminating York

Illuminating York, York Minster until 28 January Despite the heavy scaffolding covering the eastern side of the Minster, Paul Kaiser…

Theatre Reviews

Oh yes it is! Sarah Jeffries and Amy Milka report for our panto special At any mention of pantomime I…

Chicago, York Grand Opera House

An antidote to a dreary January night: immerse yourself in the “old razzle-dazzle” of Chicago. The musical has once again been revived and is on the road, even stopping in York for a fortnight, and filling the Opera House to bursting point

Coming Soon: Drama Barn

DramaSoc puts on student productions at the Drama Barn every Friday, Saturday and Sunday of term at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £3 for Fridays and £3.50 for members, £4.50 for non-members and are available Thursday and Friday 12-2pm from Vanbrugh Stalls, or on the door. Spring term will see a variety of productions showcasing York’s student talents

York’s other Gallery

Amy Milka swaps boob tubes for pashminas when she visits the city of York’s other Gallery

Contrary to student popular opinion, there are two Galleries in York. In one, you can expect to be doused in dubious champagne, and possibly even bodily fluids. In the other, you can expect to pass a leisurely Sunday afternoon and not spend the entirety of the next day cocooned in a duvet drinking Tetleys