Laura Wade’s award-nominated play first debuted at the Royal Court a decade ago, but as George Marlin writes in his director’s note, “Posh is as relevant and topical in a post-Brexit Britain as it was […]
An intense personal tragedy, Random Acts of Malice was made successful by its versatile actors who balanced a heavy, difficult script with their own compelling characterisation. “Four people in a room with a gun” is […]
Helena Smith delivers a reflection on her experience watching Theatre Group’s production of ‘Our County’s Good’, and assesses the importance of the performing arts within university life.
Matthew Jefferey reviews Theatre Group’s adaptational production of The Picture of Dorian Grey, and sits down with director Eve Walton to find out about the creative process behind it all.
Matthew Jeffery reviews Theatre Group’s production of Hedda Gabler
The Theatre Group’s Othello adaption, directed by Melanie Noa Jehan, is an original take on the Shakespearean classic. While many new elements are added (a poem and a song as well as changes to the […]
Two hours of dialogue set in the same, Victorian-style drawing room doesn’t jump out to me as a performance; in fact, I’d ordinarily be deterred. But the difference from what one may expect, is that […]
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 […]
Featuring a strong cast, excellent production and a modern interpretation of the Shakespeare classic, Theatre Group’s ‘Macbeth’ is a success. Ella Kennedy’s Macbeth warps the classic tragedy into a narrative of underground secrecy, forming a […]
LUU Theatre Group’s production of Birdsong was haunting to say the least. It defied time by slipping seamlessly between Stephen’s horrific struggle through the war and his time spent in the house of factory owner, […]
Not so much a typical tale of romance, Nick Payne’s Constellations is a boy-meets-girl two-hander that explores the infinite outcomes of a relationship. A meeting, an intimate night, a betrayal, a reunion, a parting. The […]
Based on Franz Kafka’s 1925 novel and adapted by Steven Berkoff, Theatre Group’s performance of The Trial delivered in all areas comic, captivating and tense. Centred around the arrest of Joseph K., played by Joe […]