Arts Reviews

This uplifting musical follows the story of two Mormons who are sent to Uganda to teach people about their religion.

The 21st June saw the second day of Nottingham’s Student Fringe Festival, with the standard just as high as the

On the 20th and 21st of June the Nottingham New Theatre put on the Student Fringe Festival (StuFF), and though

Coronet Production’s performance of The Pillowman sinisterly explores the moral implications of violence in art and literature whilst injecting the

An intrepid band of adventurers have set out on a dangerous quest. Threats lurk around every corner, from grumpy barmen,

You know the songs, but do you know the story? Rumours, an original play written by student Emma Summerton, explores

This production of Irvine Welsh’s infamous novel immediately immerses the audience in its vibrancy and intensity. As soon as the

In the year 1938, Austria faced annexation into a torturous Nazi Germany, all for the sake of forming the “greater

Howl’s Moving Castle is a charming and nostalgic novel that I feel is highly underrated and has been forgotten in

When it comes to tried, tested, and loved musicals, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is among the top. Its