"I found myself chuckling all the way through."
Stage speaks to the Lefty Scum about comedy, activism and their special message to UKIP ahead of their Gala performance.
"The team focused on the historical links to Isherwood and the show that resulted in an atmosphere that grew increasingly unsettling."
"There are moments of great comedy from the cast as a whole, as they effectively create an organic banter in a convincing conversational setting, avoiding potentially mechanical delivery of the fantastically witty dialogue."
"The Durham Opera Ensemble ought to be proud of such a deeply compelling and musically impressive production, with a truly unique and innovative edge compared to most in student productions."
"Crudely, messily, roughly hewn with a spark of humanity animating it" – Martin Docherty's take on 'Feet of Clay.'
Stage sits down with some of the cast to find out what drew them to Jerusalem, a play which tells the story of the perfect anti-hero, Johnny “Rooster” Byron.