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“Well-choreographed and genuinely captivating”: EUTC’s The Importance of Being Earnest review

As one of Oscar Wilde’s most classic comedies, The Importance of Being Earnest is a play that deserves to be done well, and it is safe to say that Edinburgh…

Philly Philly Wang Wang review

Beginning by proclaiming bitterly that he is the oldest he has ever been, Phil Wang crafts an hour of comedy with a delicate balance of self-deprecation and self-importance. For example,…

Rob Auton: The Time Show Review

Have you ever wondered who came up with time? Rob Auton has, and he’s given the concept quite some thought. He amusingly questions whether people thought the idea of time…

The Dead Ducks: York du Soleil

“A slightly damp cave”, as it is described by one of the members of York University comedy group The Dead Ducks, is completely taken over by five comical geniuses in…

‘Cheeky childishness’: Grease review

Nelson Youth Theatre Company puts on a lively rendition of a well-loved classic. Ever irreverent, it is great to see actual high school students bringing youth to Grease‘s bright array…

‘No room for errors’ ‒ SEVEN review

Edinburgh Footlights’ SEVEN is a wonderful example of a community of people with a huge amount of talent who have come together to produce something really powerful. The show is…

Stuck in love? Check out these fun Valentine’s Day ideas

If you’re lucky enough to have someone to spoil this Valentine’s Day, why not go all out? Flowers don’t last forever and let’s face it, chocolates disappear before you can…

Into The Woods

Le Petit Verre did its best with Sondheim’s Into The Woods, a lengthy and challenging musical with countless songs full of tongue-twisting lyrics. A small student opera company, Le Petit…