Beth Ridley

Beth has written 6 articles for Nouse

The Art of Television

Beth Ridley speaks to television executive, producer, director and writer Tom Gutteridge, questioning TV as an art form

The Full Monty

A gaggle of girls descend upon the auditorium, screaming in pitches only heard by dogs: this was an interesting introduction to campus’ very own strip show, otherwise known as ‘The Full Monty’

The Northern Art Prize at the Leeds Gallery

Beth Ridley attends The Northern Art Prize at the Leeds Art Gallery and apprasies the new works.

Wicked

This was amdram at its worst. The two leading roles had so little chemistry it seemed like they had never met before

The Scarlet Pimpernell

Despite the unconvincing performances of the leads, the chorus brought flavour to an otherwise bland production, with the males standing a league above the rest

Patient No. 1

The production was gripping, due to an incredibly well devised script and an impeccable display of acting talents from Jon Farris playing the doctor. Despite the topic, there were comedic moments, delivered with perfect timing