Georgie Proctor spends a night at the Gala Theatre and revels in the silliness of '5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche'.
On the back of successful shows with the Oxford Revue and Cambridge Footlights earlier this year, The Durham Revue invite the Leeds Tealights and St. Andrew’s Revue to their show 'North of the Wall' at the Assembly Rooms Theatre.
Roshan Jacob explores the possibilities for future directors and producers when they approach race-blind casting in theatre.
"I’m an emotional person, but there are very few plays which so nearly moved me to tears as 'Waiting For Gandalf'" - Tom Pymer reviews 'Waiting for Gandalf.'
Sophia Atkinson responds to Quentin Letts' recent comments about the current RSC show The 'Fantastic Follies of Mrs Rich' and questions what the role of the critic truly is.
"If you fancy an evening away from summative and exam stress and instead want to watch a play that sees people stressing about their own upcoming exams, then look no further," Luke Blackstock reviews 'The History Boys'.
"Definitely not your bog-standard musical" – Tom Penman's take on 'I Love You Because'.