Although devised student theatre might strike fear in the hearts of some, in the case of Solstice this fear is entirely unwarranted.
And the standing ovation at the end of The Fall paid fitting tribute to what was an exceptional piece of theatre.
Zoë Boothby critiques the performance of Durham's 'Shellshock!' at Edinburgh Fringe. Boothby states that it 'feels unpolished and underdeveloped', and that 'the line-up would no doubt benefit from greater diversity'.
Hauntingly emotional, this is a highlight of student theatre in Edinburgh this summer.
Alice Chambers praises Cressida Peever's new drama 'Sex Education' for "tackling the awkward questions surrounding the societal norms of sexual interaction".
"The piece as a whole has an uplifting element and displays a message of hope." Helen Chatterton reviews Oxford University Dramatic Society's new musical, 'Stop'.
Northern Lights, Durham University's A Capella group, will preview its latest show in Durham ready to perform at Edinburgh Fringe later this month.