What would you do if you discovered there was a gorilla on the loose in your wardrobe, which also happened to be a portal into a multiverse consisting only of farces? Call animal protection services, […]
Sarah Garraway catches up with Rory Yeates to discuss his new radio drama, The Old Lie.
Anthony Neilson’s haunting tale of Peter Kurten, a prolific serial killer who terrorised the people of Dusseldorf in the 1930s, has been brought to life extraordinarily by Open Theatre’s production. Eve Walton’s direction tells the […]
Imagine finding yourself trapped in a lift with four strangers, all from completely different walks of life; what would you do? Would you wait it out in awkward silence, or would you pass the time […]
Rory Yeates review Open Theatre’s latest production, ‘Wright Off’.
Open Theatre’s production of The Flick was directed by Abby Barker and is adapted from the 2013 play by Annie Baker. It follows three cinema employees who are stuck with the mundane job of cleaning […]
Lucy Keitley reviews LUU Open Theatre’s Production of Jellyfish, a play by Josh Kirby and Hugo Jones. Jellyfish is a post-apocalyptic tale of the extremities of human existence; broken bonds, tyrannical rulers and finally a […]
Views Editor Ed Barnes talks new projects and daunting audition processes with Theatre Group‘s Katie Austin and Open Theatre‘s Eve Walton So first of all, to any readers who haven’t heard of your societies, what […]
Louise Johns’ A Safe Place to Hide sees the banality of office life at Silchester Publishing Ltd disturbingly suspended upon the entrance of a gunman to the building. With only an office door and makeshift barricade […]
Leeds University Union has a wide variety of societies, each one different, interesting and inclusive. Whether you want to try out something new, or hone a new talent and skill you never thought you would […]
The recognisable life of a Leeds student collides with space-age absurdity for hilarious consequences in Open Theatre’s new play Peroxide. The action begins following a wild night out and Tahys Rodriguez, playing Sophie, and Mike […]
On Thursday night, the Alec Clegg theatre saw the first ever performance of Hugo Jones and Josh Kirby’s new writing, ‘Ink Boy’ – a surrealist dark comedy about Gordon, a hapless and uninspired employee who […]