YUSU’s second comedy night of the year was filled with plenty of audience participation and ridicule of York’s status as […]
Elena Michael explains the reasons why she kicked the booze and fags for a noble cause.
Lovin’it? Apparently most people don’t. McDonald’s is the largest fast food restaurant chain in the world and should be […]
When settling into my seat in the quaint, tucked-away Friargate theatre on Friday night, I really didn’t know quite […]
The night was warmed up, as is tradition, with a short set from York’s premier Improv Troupe, The Shambles. Through […]
Is No Fixed Address reminiscent of Nickelback’s old music? Adrian Horan investigates.
As usual, before you enter the Drama Barn, you are offhandedly reminded by the announcer that a certain degree of […]
I was extremely excited to go see Northern Broadsides’ adaptation of Goldsmith’s 18th century laughing comedy ‘She Stoops to […]
‘O! for a Muse of fire, that would ascend The brightest heaven of invention; A kingdom for a stage, princes […]
An almighty collision of people and the corresponding smash of glass. Fragmentary thoughts, personalities, accents and clothes all gathered up […]
So it’s week nine already and the term is fast drawing to a close with the usual exclamations of “it’s […]
Will de Chazal finds himself surprisingly enamoured by Massachusetts rock trio PVRIS’s debut LP.
Barto Joly de Lotbiniere chats to one of the greatest bands from the British ‘post-punk’ scene.
‘It’s just your imagination’ Picture the scene. It’s a dark winter’s night in Victorian England; you’ve warmed yourself by the […]
Blank brick walls with a beaten up solitary sign reading ‘Road’ greets the audience with a sparsity of spirit that […]
Sophie Church reviews Jamie T’s return tour.