Theatre Tag Archive

Review: Theatre Society’s Much Ado about Nothing

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While this review of Much Ado About Nothing contains a considerable amount of bias, as we are all well aware Maria Ansdell and Beth Rennie are some of Newcastle’s greatest...

Review: Cinderella @ People’s Theatre

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News editor Jodie Duddy reviews the ups and downs of the People's Theatre panto...

“Omigod, omigod you guys!”: Musical Medics’ dazzling performance raises £3500 for charity

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The Musical Medics Society stunned audiences with three performances of the musical rendition of the classic chick-flick to raise over £3500 for charity. Following eight weeks of...

Review: Under Milk Wood @ Northern Stage

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Culture Editor Carys Rose Thomas reviews Northern Stage's recent production of Under Milk Wood...

Review: The Merry Widow @ Theatre Royal

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Theo Turvill comments on The Merry Widow at the Theatre Royal, his first experience of opera!...

‘Obscurely relatable and incredibly powerful’: The Lovely Bones

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Culture editor Carys Rose Thomas describes her experience seeing Bryony Lavery's theatrical adaptation of the bestselling book: The Lovely Bones....

The must see gems of Geordie-land

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Incoming Culture Editor Carys Rose-Thomas provides first hand insight into the hidden cultural hotspots in Newcastle....

Review: NUTS Drama Festival 2018

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The NUTS drama festival is such a great display of student talent in all areas of theatre, and I was fortunate enough to see three plays which had all been written, directed,...

Review: NUTS’ The Ladykillers @ The Cluny 2

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Alice Wilson reviews NUTS' farcical show, The Ladykillers....

Live Theatre brings us a week of fun in ‘Elevator Festival’

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Carys Rose Thomas tells us about the exciting events Live Theatre have to offer during this week's 'Elevator Festival'....