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Compelling and completely haunting, Peter Whelan’s The Accrington Pals at the Nottingham New Theatre puts on an impressive performance for their opening
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s touring production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, with a different, regional cast playing the Mechanicals and
In 1914, soldiers of the Indian Army travelled over four thousand miles to fight alongside the British in the First
This year marks the 3rd time that NU Dance has won ‘Best Overall Club’ at the biggest inter-university competition in
Shopping and F***ing is a 1996 play by English playwright, Mark Ravenhill. In a world where everything has been reduced
Stylised sets of celluloid castles and sci-fi spaceships, incredible musical pieces, and an entire theatre full of burly transvestites and
It’s upstate New York, 1979, post-Vietnam. Set in the Latowski family’s front kitchen-come-bar, Tom Willis’ Electric Nebraska consumes the greying
‘Mother says that people like me just become intellectual old maids,’ I told him. ‘I don’t see why,’ he protested.
It may have taken an eternity, but I managed to read all 154 of Shakespeare’s sonnets and to agonisingly reduce
Following The Tempest‘s fantastic reviews, Impact Arts spoke to the production’s director, Chris Trueman, and producer, Emma Kendall, about all things Shakespeare.