Amy Scott

Amy has written 21 articles for Nouse


The low down: Poland is an increasingly popular option for students, as you can easily have a great trip on…

Ladri di Biciclette

De Sica’s 1948 film Ladri di biciclette, is considered a masterpiece of Italian Neorealism, a movement which thrived in Italy after the Second World War

Charlie Wilson’s War

Runtime: 97 mins
Rating: * *
Charlie Wilson’s War is the latest offering from screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, better known recently for his work in television, aving created the extremely successful West Wing, and the underrated Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

Elizabeth: The Golden Age

Director: Shekhar Kapur Starring: Cate Blanchett, Clive Owen Runtime: 114 mins Elizabeth: The Golden Age marks Shekhar Kapur’s second foray…

Turn on the water works

There’s nothing like a flooded kitchen greeting you in the morning to spurn you into genuine adult decision making

Sweet Charity

Following last year’s hit performance of West Side Story, the Central Hall Musical Society have announced their next production, which will be the hit Broadway show Sweet Charity

Fusion 2008

Fusion is an annual charity event run by the University of York. Only in its fourth year, Fusion chair Amy Browne describes it as “ themost prestigious event on campus

When toasters go bad

When you consider the worst things that can happen when living in student accommodation, top of the list would have…

Subletting, The Drama Barn


Jethro Compton’s directorial debut in the Drama Barn, Subletting, was watched with NSDF judges in the audience on the first night

His Girl Friday


Director: Howard Hawks
Starring: Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell
Runtime: 92 mins

The 1940 hit His Girl Friday is considered by many to be the finest of director Howard Hawks’ comedies, and one of the best examples of the Screwball Comedy genre of the 40s and early 50s

Fusion: Bright Lights and Lingerie

The biggest and most extravagent campus event of the year has come and gone. Amy Scott takes a look at the highs and lows

Fusion, campus’s self-proclaimed biggest event, got a little bigger this year, with the dance and fashion extravaganza spread over two nights for the first time

Preview: Riding Lights

Amy Scott previews a Riding Lights collaboration with the York Theatre Royal.

York Theatre Royal and local Riding Lights Theatre Company are collaborating for the first time this spring with a new play, African Snow, written by Ben Okafor