Amy Scott

Amy has written 21 articles for Nouse

Relationships: Contemporary Sculpture, at York Art Gallery until 13 May

Something exciting is happening at York Art Gallery. That may sound like a contradiction in terms, but it’s true. The…

The National Student Drama Festival

Amy Scott talks to York students involved in the National Student Drama Festival

The annual National Student Drama Festival will this year be joining us in the sunny world of North Eastern Yorkshire or, more specifically, Scarborough. Seven venues in the town will host the crème de la crème of British student theatrical talent, between 29 March and 4 April

Langwith Art

Amy Scott talks to Langwith Provost John Issit about his latest artistic venture on campus

Langwith College is known for many things. Some are good, such as community spirit in the face of hilariously bad facilities or the Langwithian fondness for ducks

What’s On

Meditainment
A therapeutic cinema experience
19 – 25 January
City Screen

What’s on in December

Other Side Comedy Club
Every Sunday, 7.30 for 8.00 start
City Screen Basement Bar
Acts including Steve Day, Dan Atkinson and Silky’s Christmas Baubles.
Entry: £8 or £7 in advance, student discount available

Amy Scott, Helen Citron and Molly Bird check out some on-campus theatre

This autumn has seen an impressive array of theatrical productions on campus, from the Drama Barn to the University’s Music…

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Amy Scott is grabbed by Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in the Drama Barn.

The Drama Barn’s first production of the year got off to an appropriately dramatic start. Having failed to obtain the rights to the play during the rehearsal process, it seemed like James Spinney’s production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? would have to be performed for free in the Dixon Drama Studio in the faraway land of Wentworth

Shakespeare in the Park

Amy Scott braves the turbulent elements for some Shakespeare in the Park , while our book reviewers come up with three summer reading suggestions for the beach

Tom Stoppard’s Travesties at the Drama Barn

Amy Scott enjoys a revolt at the Drama Barn, despite a few technical hitches along the way

Tom Stoppard’s Travesties, directed this term in the Drama Barn, by Francesca Seeley, presents a hypothetical meeting between James Joyce, Lenin and Tristin Tzara in Zurich, 1917. Events are re-told by the aging Henry Carr, who was immortalised in Ulysses by Joyce after a court case revolving around his involvement in a production of The Importance of Being Earnest