Emma Rudeck

Emma has written 10 articles for Nouse

Second Star to the Right

When entering the Drama Barn it seemed more like I was walking back outside. The smell of the real grass that covered the floor filled the room, while the soft lighting mimicked the night sky

Art Exhibit: 100 Years of Gifts

100 Years of Gifts is a fascinating exploration of British art throughout the last century

Place Making

Place Making, on display at the Norman Rea Gallery, is a bold yet engaging exhibition of sculpture, prints and paintings by David Fitzpatrick

Monsters of Folk

Expectations ran high before Monsters of Folk took to the stage in London

Grayson Perry

Emma Rudeck interviews Grayson Perry about this year’s RCA Secret Sale Show

Michael Craig-Martin

Emma Rudeck interviews the creator of An Oak Tree, the seminal Michael Craig-Martin

Script Factor

Script Factor is a forum for local scriptwriters to present short plays to an intimate audience in The Studio at the York Theatre Royal

Stones in his Pocket

Stones in his Pocket is a comedy written by Marie Jones, set in a rural town in County Kerry, Ireland. It concerns the invasion of this quiet place by an American production company who want to film their latest romance, ‘The Quiet Valley’, in an idealised Ireland

Death of a Salesman

Arthur Miller’s play, Death of a Salesman, portrays Willy Loman, a travelling salesman who’s disillusioned with life. Through a series of flashbacks, the audience glimpses Willy’s past and his loosening grip on reality

Fresh thinking or a stale alternative?

The possibility of a major international chain gracing our humble Market Square is a much-needed boost for an increasingly dreary part of campus. This commercial zone was once a major selling point of a university complex that is otherwise isolated from the amenities of the city centre, in stark contrast to York’s many metropolitan rivals