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Review: The Trial

Penny Babakhani spends an evening immersed in the world of 3DTC’s The Trial. (Read more)

Review: The Drowsy Chaperone

Rachael Smith enjoys an evening of musical theatre with DULOG’s The Drowsy Chaperone. (Read more)

Review: The Canterbury Tales

Connie Bettison joins STAB’s production of The Canterbury Tales for “an evening of light entertainment”. (Read more)

Review: Skylight

Megan Cutts shines some light on Fourth Wall Theatre’s production of Skylight. (Read more)

Review: Private Lives

Connie Bettison critiques Castle Theatre Company’s production of the Noel Coward masterpiece, Private Lives. (Read more)

Review: The Caucasian Chalk Circle

Penny Babakhani applauds Ethrael Theatre for bringing epic theatre to Durham with The Caucasian Chalk Circle. (Read more)

Review: Into the Woods

Penny Babakhani steps Into the Woods with Hild Bede Theatre. (Read more)

Review: My Favourite Year

Rachael Smith casts her eye over TCMS’ latest production. (Read more)

Preview: Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens

Jack Parkes catches up with one of Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens’ producers, Sam Nicholls, to discuss the upcoming sci-fi cabaret. (Read more)

Review: Durham Drama Festival 2015 – The Black Box

Rachael Smith reviews Durham students’ original productions at the annual event. (Read more)

Review: Durham Drama Festival 2015 – The Assembly Rooms

Oriel Irvine-Wells enjoys an evening of comedy as part of this year’s Durham Drama Festival. (Read more)

Review: Skylight

Megan Cutts shines some light on Fourth Wall Theatre’s production of Skylight. (Read more)

Review: The Caucasian Chalk Circle

Penny Babakhani applauds Ethrael Theatre for bringing epic theatre to Durham with The Caucasian Chalk Circle. (Read more)

Review: My Favourite Year

Rachael Smith casts her eye over TCMS’ latest production. (Read more)

Review: Durham Drama Festival 2015 – The Black Box

Rachael Smith reviews Durham students’ original productions at the annual event. (Read more)

Review: Private Lives

Connie Bettison critiques Castle Theatre Company’s production of the Noel Coward masterpiece, Private Lives. (Read more)

Review: Into the Woods

Penny Babakhani steps Into the Woods with Hild Bede Theatre. (Read more)

Preview: Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens

Jack Parkes catches up with one of Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens’ producers, Sam Nicholls, to discuss the upcoming sci-fi cabaret. (Read more)

Review: Durham Drama Festival 2015 – The Assembly Rooms

Oriel Irvine-Wells enjoys an evening of comedy as part of this year’s Durham Drama Festival. (Read more)

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