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Review: Unplanned-ersnatch – ‘the kind of plot twists only improv could...

An evening of improvisation and audience participation set to the tone of laughter

Surviving on the Fringes

The experiences of a director at the Edinburgh Fringe.
The cast and crew of the play standing in a row in a garden setting with their arms around each other

The journey from script to stage

What is the process of staging a student production? We speak to the writer and director of this year's Christ Church garden play to find out.
5 young women stand on stage, three in the foreground, two in the background, dressed in dark coloured clothes. The three in the foreground raise their right hands to their heads

Review: My Mother Runs in Zig-Zags – ‘incredibly refreshing and ambitious’

An all-BAME cast and crew production, My Mother Runs in Zig-Zags powerfully explores civil war, intergenerational trauma and the diasporic experience
A cartoon drawing of a young man in a green morph suit, holding a pregnancy test, with a penguin standing next to him and a crab next to his feet. The words 'The First Last' are written next to him

Review: The First Last – ‘an unmitigated triumph’

Student playwright Matt Kenyon's hilarious comedy about unplanned fatherhood is on at the BT Studio until Saturday
A person sits at the table with two kneeling beside them, one with their arm on the sitting man.

Preview: A View from the Bridge – a fresh take on...

Practically Peter Productions bring the Arthur Miller classic set in 1950s Brooklyn to the Pilch in Sixth Week.
A woman in renaissance dress stands on top of a table, her arms raised; three other actors sit beside her, two of them in conversation and dressed in men's renaissance attire

Review: Amadeus – University College Players ‘have more than risen to...

With outstanding performances and excellent musical accompaniment, University College Players do justice to Peter Shaffer's Amadeus
A young woman staring straight ahead, with the words 'How far would you go?' superimposed over her face

Review: Four Men in Their Respective Cells – ‘a whistle-stop psychological...

Though hitting the right notes thematically, Four Men in Their Respective Cells lacks polish and a conclusive ending
Photo showing a poster for Love/Sick which is due on Week 2 Tuesday to Saturday in the BT studio at 7:30PM

LOVE/SICK – ‘Your trip to Tesco’s will never seem the same...

Matter of Act’s ambitious new production in an “alternate suburban reality” details the joys of falling in and out of love.
a young man and a young woman looking at a black wall which has multicoloured post-it notes scattered over it

Every Brilliant Thing – ‘strikes a staggering balance between serious and...

For a play about suicide, Every Brilliant Thing is an unexpectedly life-affirming and hilarious production