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Review: Bad Jews

Josh Harmon’s Bad Jews is like forcing the whole Lord of the Rings into a tiny suffocating room.

REVIEW: Pronoun

This show asks questions that need asking, says Dan Edwards.

REVIEW: Butterfly Effect

The flap of this butterfly’s wing doesn’t quite stir up the emotional storm it hopes to, says Jamie P. Robson.

REVIEW: Ashes to Ashes

“Ashes to ashes / And dust to dust / If the women don’t get you / The liquor must…”

BREAKING (and entering): Corpus Playroom Burgled

A break in of ENRON-ormous importance.

REVIEW: Hippolytus

Robyn Bellinger was impressed by Hippolytus, an ancient play with a fresh perspective

REVIEW: The Madwomen in the Attic

The Madwomen in the Attic is both provocative and subversive, hilarious and disturbing, says Molly Moss.

REVIEW: Hay Fever

Lashings of 1920s style gallivanting around – hurrah! Jolly good show.

REVIEW: Krapp’s Last Tape [+ movements]

Francesco Loy Bell was impressed by a professional and innovative performance.

REVIEW: Great Expectations

Robyn Bellinger saw huge potential in Great Expectations but felt the energy was lacking.

REVIEW: Metamorphosis

Peter Curry loved this creative and intriguing interpretation of Metamorphosis which did justice to Kafka’s masterpiece.

The News Bulletin, Week 1: Egyptian controversy, TCS misunderstandings and Trinity Yu-Gi-Oh!

Jack Benda and Ellie Olcott round up the weekly news

REVIEW: Girls Like That

“The problem with girls like that is they give all girls a bad name.” Well not these girls. These girls absolutely smashed it.

REVIEW: The Rover

Rape and funny misunderstandings in the new Robinson’s Brickhouse play.

Review: Beauty Queen of Leenane

MOLLY O’CONNOR enjoyed the show with its impressive live musicians but feels a little more drama is needed.

REVIEW: Way To Heaven

LOUIS SHANKAR is impressed by the performances in this troubling but moving play.

Review: The Quick And The Damned

A creative and compelling new piece of writing, finds LOUIS SHANKAR.

Review: Proof

MARK DANCIGER is blown away by this powerful and highly polished production.

No Way Out

MARK DANCIGER is impressed by a highly professional freshers play.