Review: DramaSoc’s Over on Grim Street
When death came to tea
There's no need to understand chess to enjoy the matches; you see it all in her eyes.
[IMAGE CREDIT BY LUCIE JUBIN] ‘My name is Rami Elhanan. I am Smadar’s father. I am an Israeli, a Jew.’‘My name is Bassam Aramin, I am Abir’s father. I am Palestinian, Muslim, […]
At first, everyone went: "This is cliché and stupid, avoid watching it" and then, with a second thought: "Oh dear, are we really that rude?"
The good news? The Drama Barn is going to be open! The bad news? - Not to the audience.
Last night, ComedySoc’s Dead Ducks performed their show: Alive and kicking. Five actors (Emily Brighty, Harry Cole, Geo Craig, Elizabeth Diamond and Maxwell Smales) run up and down the stage of V/N/045 […]
From the second the projectors lit the stage, I knew I would love DramaSoc’s Alphonse, directed by Ella McKeown. Six actors are curled up in a circle. They start dancing on the […]
What a strange afternoon I spent at the [email protected]! I don’t really know what I was expecting to see given the names of the operas being performed by Operasoc: A Dinner Engagement […]
Art projects pinned on pistachio green walls, little desks and chairs, pots of felt-tip pens and coloring crayons, bookshelves and little snacks in lockers, a poster of baby Yoda saying ‘Baby Yoda […]
‘The phone keeps screaming and the birds keep ringing.’ Something was really wrong in the Drama Barn last night. DramaSoc’s week-end show Little Light, written by Alice Birch and directed by Lucia […]