Amy Wilcockson

Amy Wilcockson

  Impact Arts’ Tom Proffitt spoke to three more of the cast of Nottingham Lakeside Arts’ Blue Stockings to find out

The fifth collaboration between Lakeside Arts and the New Theatre presents an exciting and engaging take on Olivier Award-winning playwright

Impact Arts spoke to director Martin Berry of the Lakeside and New Theatre’s new collaboration, Blue Stockings. Summarise briefly what Blue

In response to our recent controversial article, which asked if Shakespeare is that big a deal any more, Impact Arts’ Esther has

Following the massive media excitement about the first “exclusively gay” moment in a Disney movie – LeFou in the new

Grief is difficult to explain. Its presence is always noticeable, but the strength of this presence is mutable. Overtime the

The age old saying “history repeats itself” is as cliched as it is true. Ask any historian and they’ll tell

As a first-year English student studying Creative Writing as my subsidiary module, we have pondered in some detail over the

Monarch, written and directed by student Tom Heath, weaves together spoken word, poetry and dramatic monologues to tell the stories of

In these dark essay-writing and intensely depressing times, where each and every one of us feels like throwing ourselves into