Imy reviews Showstoppers’ heart-wrenching new show, an original musical by Jamie Milburn.
Ellis reviews the Comedy Society’s newest original piece of theatre.
Thea and Sophie’s theatre adventures continue with an opening night of ‘sex, death, and rock’n’roll’ à la Showstoppers.
Hilary reviews the ‘inspirational’ play telling the story of a community after 9/11.
Deputy Editor Sophie reviews this tragic production of love, loss, language, and crows, featuring Peaky Blinders’ Cillian Murphy.
Sophie and Thea enjoy a night of ‘G O O D F U N’ with SUSU Theatre Group.
Literature Exec Abi discusses the champions – and disappointments – of diversity within the theatre industry.
Jack Nash ventures to Victorian London to visit the demon barber of Fleet Street; Sweeney Todd
Literature Executive Abi Cutler reveals her favourite Christmas tradition – the love-it or hate-it annual pantomime.
Is it true that the show will always go on? Ben argues for the cultural immortality of musical theatre.
Deputy Editor Sophie Jones reviews Theatre Group’s Freshers’ production of the story of one of the first women on the English stage.
Literature Executive Abi reviews the new musical playing at NST Campus, which sees Henry VIII’s wives reclaiming history.
Samantha checks into the Solana Hotel for ‘Benidorm Live’, a new theatrical adaptation of the hit TV show.