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Review: YUSU Christmas Comedy Night

YUSU’s second comedy night of the year was filled with plenty of audience participation and ridicule of York’s status as […]

Why I kicked 30 fags a day and alcohol to run the London Marathon in 2015

Elena Michael explains the reasons why she kicked the booze and fags for a noble cause.

Embrace the Big Mac!

  Lovin’it? Apparently most people don’t. McDonald’s is the largest fast food restaurant chain in the world and should be […]

Friargate Theatre Review: ‘Rohilla’

  When settling into my seat in the quaint, tucked-away Friargate theatre on Friday night, I really didn’t know quite […]

PantSoc Review: ‘Dreaming Beauty’

The night was warmed up, as is tradition, with a short set from York’s premier Improv Troupe, The Shambles. Through […]

Review: Nickelback – No Fixed Address

Is No Fixed Address reminiscent of Nickelback’s old music? Adrian Horan investigates.

Dramasoc Review: ‘A Christmas Carol’

As usual, before you enter the Drama Barn, you are offhandedly reminded by the announcer that a certain degree of […]

York Theatre Royal Review: ‘She Stoops to Conquer’

  I was extremely excited to go see Northern Broadsides’ adaptation of Goldsmith’s 18th century laughing comedy ‘She Stoops to […]

In the Bear Pit: Review of TFTV’s ‘Playhouse Creatures’

‘O! for a Muse of fire, that would ascend The brightest heaven of invention; A kingdom for a stage, princes […]

Magnificent Chaos: Review of TFTV’s ‘Nothing Compares to You’

An almighty collision of people and the corresponding smash of glass. Fragmentary thoughts, personalities, accents and clothes all gathered up […]

Dramasoc Preview: ‘A Christmas Carol’

So it’s week nine already and the term is fast drawing to a close with the usual exclamations of “it’s […]

Review: PVRIS – White Noise

Will de Chazal finds himself surprisingly enamoured by Massachusetts rock trio PVRIS’s debut LP.

An Interview with Gang of Four

Barto Joly de Lotbiniere chats to one of the greatest bands from the British ‘post-punk’ scene.

York Theatre Royal Review: ‘The Woman in Black’

‘It’s just your imagination’ Picture the scene. It’s a dark winter’s night in Victorian England; you’ve warmed yourself by the […]

Dramasoc Review: Road

Blank brick walls with a beaten up solitary sign reading ‘Road’ greets the audience with a sparsity of spirit that […]

Live Review: Jamie T

Sophie Church reviews Jamie T’s return tour.