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, […]
Catch up on all things literature, awards, and recommendations in this first ever English Society feature!
There have been numerous reports of a gorilla roaming the streets in rural Scotland. Locals suspect is it part of an animal rights movement although the gorilla appears to be searching for something. ‘Based on […]
Sarah Garraway catches up with Rory Yeates to discuss his new radio drama, The Old Lie.
An engaging tearjerker of a radio drama. The Old Lie written and directed by Rory Yeates is a stunning thought-provoking drama that is a must watch (or listen) for not just University of Leeds students, […]
Ahead of their upcoming final-year performance project, we caught up two members of the Off the Page Theatre Company, Hannah Rooney and Chloe Robinson, to discuss the creative process of their show Pareidolia, and how […]
Our wonderful In The Middle Associate Alex Gibbon interviews Leeds-based Gondal Theatre Company as they prepare for their upcoming performance of The Glass Bell!
After a strange year of makeshift livestreamed gigs and endless viral challenges to do at home, people from all walks of the creative industries have had to find new and inventive ways to keep their […]
Hamilton has rightly earned its acclaim as game-changing and renegade theatre. With its eighteenth-century Founding Fathers rapping their way through the construction of America and a cast that is largely made up of actors of […]
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 […]
Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women is a story told in many forms, from a BBC television series to an Oscar Nominated film we have watched the March sisters grow into the kind and perfectly imperfect […]
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 […]