Harry Twining pops along to North Road Methodist Church to interview the cast and team behind DUCT's summer production of 'Our Country's Good', and comes away full of optimism about the production ahead of the performances.
Kathryn Tann heads down to Fellow's Garden, Castle to chat with the cast of Castle Theatre Company's touring production of 'Twelfth Night' ahead of their Durham performances.
"Death as a Salesman is a pleasantly, if somewhat inappropriately amusing piece of theatre." - Pablo Moon enjoys this student penned piece, but believes it still has room for improvement.
Ben Clark heads down to the DSU Vane Tempest Room to see the first offering of the Durham Festival of the Arts' Black Box Series, and is impressed by the maturity of this production.
Henry Jones dons black tie and heads down to the Assembly Rooms Theatre to see Durham's musical theatre elite round up the academic year with a showcase of Broadway inspired numbers.
Tom Pymer heads to watch the preview of Wrong Tree's 'Aaron', which will take place on the 12th and 13th of June at the DSU.
Sophie Boddington takes a trip to the Assembly Rooms Theatre to see how cult-favourite TV Show 'The IT Crowd' translates itself onto the Durham stage, and is pleasantly surprised at the outcome.