Chris Blois-Brooke

REVIEWED: The History Boys

You should have watched this show.

Durham Drama Festival

The 38th Annual Durham Drama Festival is here! With lots of performances, workshops, socials, awards and more!

PREVIEWED: Oleanna

The Tab gets an interview with Cordelia Yeung, Producer of the controversial production “Oleanna” that opens in Durham this week.

REVIEWED: Posh

David Myers is blown away at the Castle’s Senate Suite.

REVIEWED: The Crucible

A didactic classic done well – highly entertaining.

REVIEWED: And Then There Were None

“The whole thing is like a detective story. It’s [very almost] thrilling.”

REVIEWED: The Waves

A challenging but ultimately rewarding piece of theatre, that is as unusual as it is effective.

Reviewed: Good Grief

“A very enjoyable way to spend an hour.”

Previewed: Good Grief

The Tab chats to producer Will Hockedy about FTC’s upcoming production of Good Grief.

REVIEWED: A Streetcar Named Desire

“Harrowing, tragic and unnerving, Thrust Stage’s Streetcar really is a show to see.”

REVIEWED: Anonymous & Co.

A clever, witty musical bringing together a handful of key contributors to the literary canon, Anonymous & Co. is, very almost, a bibliophile’s dream.

Reviewed: The Dumb Waiter

Michael McLauchlan enjoys the first night of The Dumb Waiter at The Assembly Rooms.

“It’s got a deficient ballcock, that’s all.”

Preview of ‘The Dumb Waiter’ which opens at The Assembly Rooms on Thursday.

A dramatic term awaits Durham

The Tab look at what student theatre’s on at the start of this term – in the Assembly Rooms and beyond.

ALMOST cutting edge – Cut!

Cressida Peever took some time out from flyering at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe to watch Hyena Theatre Company’s ‘Cut!’.

A WILDE adventure – Salome

This summer Kronos Productions enchanted the Edinburgh Fringe with Oscar Wilde’s Salome. Daisy Cummins went to see what was drawing their audiences through the door.