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Review: The Durham Revue

Jack Parkes casts an eye over the Durham Revue Returners Show. (Read more)

Review: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Rachael Smith reviews DUCT’s performance of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. (Read more)

Preview: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Megan Cutts interviews Dom Williams and Hugh Train ahead of DUCT’s latest production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. (Read more)

Review: Medea

Abigail Tavener reviews the National Theatre’s take of Euripides’ enduring play Medea. (Read more)

Review: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Laurie Atkinson reviews Mississippi mendacity hitting a Northern stage. (Read more)

Preview: The Birthday Party

Penny Babakhani sat down with the director and cast of CTC’s The Birthday Party. (Read more)

Review: Frankenstein

Penny Babakhani reviews Castle Theatre Company’s highly satisfying stage adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. (Read more)

Review: Chicago

Julia Thomson-Smith commends Hild Bede Theatre on their production of this ‘ridiculously challenging work’. (Read more)

Review: Grease: The Musical

Megan Cutts commends Infinity Musical Theatre on their ‘classic, feel-good’ production of Grease: The Musical. (Read more)

Review: DDO/DIM Comedy Double Bill

Jack Parkes reviews Durham Drama Outreach’s Shakespeare Comedy Cabaret and the Durham Improvised Musical. (Read more)

Opening Night at DDF: Black Box at Durham Student Union.

Iona Thompson reviews three student-written productions on the opening night of Durham Drama Festival 2014. (Read more)

Review: Medea

Abigail Tavener reviews the National Theatre’s take of Euripides’ enduring play Medea. (Read more)

Preview: The Birthday Party

Penny Babakhani sat down with the director and cast of CTC’s The Birthday Party. (Read more)

Review: Chicago

Julia Thomson-Smith commends Hild Bede Theatre on their production of this ‘ridiculously challenging work’. (Read more)

Review: DDO/DIM Comedy Double Bill

Jack Parkes reviews Durham Drama Outreach’s Shakespeare Comedy Cabaret and the Durham Improvised Musical. (Read more)

Review: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Laurie Atkinson reviews Mississippi mendacity hitting a Northern stage. (Read more)

Review: Frankenstein

Penny Babakhani reviews Castle Theatre Company’s highly satisfying stage adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. (Read more)

Review: Grease: The Musical

Megan Cutts commends Infinity Musical Theatre on their ‘classic, feel-good’ production of Grease: The Musical. (Read more)

Opening Night at DDF: Black Box at Durham Student Union.

Iona Thompson reviews three student-written productions on the opening night of Durham Drama Festival 2014. (Read more)

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