Tags : Student theatre

Theatre Review: The Glass Bell // Gondal Theatre Company

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Anne Bronte’s birth, Gondal Theatre Company (comprised of third-year students at the University of Leeds) celebrate and honour the “forgotten” Bronte sister with a self-devised performance of The Glass Bell. A play that gives audience members a complex and intimate portrayal of Anne Bronte – a woman whose work was often […]Read More

Theatre Review: Pareidolia // Off The Page Theatre

During the COVID-19 epidemic, existential-crisis is something that many of us have faced head-on as lockdown means we are encased within the way-too familiar four walls of our rooms. As the ‘new normal’ has led to a physical and often mental disconnection from many of our closest peers, we have been left in a period […]Read More

Theatre Review: Maleficarum // [email protected]

Adapted for radio in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Maleficarum is an hour-long play devised by final-year Theatre & Performance undergraduates at the University of Leeds. The production takes full advantage of its new medium, boldly conveying a unique, yet timeless, message through a deft knitting together of historical evidence and creative storytelling. The premise […]Read More

Theatre Review: Pterodactyls // Theatre Group

Pterodactyls, written by Nicky Silver, was the most absurd piece of theatre I have seen in quite some time. Theatre Group’s talented cast of five delivered the dark comedy’s problematic themes with great maturity and comedic timing, bringing light to the harrowing occurrences of this play. Alice Fox, Emily Raven-Baker, Adam Ben, Tiago Ventura and […]Read More