Giselle: A review

Dada Masilo’s Giselle presents the fourth reinterpretation of a ballet classic by the female choreographer, following her reimagining of Romeo…

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Mayday Mayday: Improv inbound

Komedia recently hosted The Maydays ‘Tonight’s Top Story’ featuring Gramski and Jenny Moloney, drawing from the day’s local newspaper and…

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Haunted Houses

When we think of drama and theatre the orthodox image that comes to our minds is a stage with people…

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The Music of The Shining

Words by Ryan Bridgewater From its opening helicopter shots of the Rocky Mountains scored by Wendy Carlos and Rachel Elkind,…

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Krater Comedy Club: Review

Arriving under light, spitting rain, I wasn’t sure what to expect from Komedia’s weekly comedy night. My preconception was of…

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Rhys James

To find me curled up with a cup of tea watching ‘Mock the Week’ is not an uncommon occurrence when…

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Drama on your doorstep

Sussex university is awash with numerous societies in regard to theatre; Musical Theatre (SMuTS), Ballet and Performing Arts Group are…

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A Tale of Two Fringes

When I first arrived in Edinburgh to work the Fringe, I was immediately struck by its scale. As many locals…

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