Exit The King – 11 March 2020, Sheffield University Drama Studio Review by Daniel O’ Key. “After 400 years of ruling with vanity and laziness, King Berengers life has reached its final act. Playwright Eugène Ionesco described his work as “an apprenticeship in dying”, but don’t sharpen your guillotine just yet. It is an entertaining […]

One Man, Two Guvnors – 30 October 2019, Sheffield University Drama Studio Review by Callam Fellows. “One man working for two different people and having to keep it secret by hiding them from each other seems like a simple enough premise for a classic farce. However, add in an actor in search for a dramatic […]

Female Transport – 16 October 2019, Sheffield University Drama Studio. Review by the brand new member of our reviewing team Daniel O’ Key. “Female Transport, written by Stephen Gooch, could easily be retitled as “Orange Is The New Black: At Sea”. It was a raw and surprisingly timely drama, accounting the past and present tribulations […]

Anatomy of Gray – 1 May 2019, Sheffield University Drama Studio ***** Coming of age stories are something I usually associate with film and literature rather than the stage, so when Sheffield University Theatre Company invited me to the opening night of their final production of this semester, which promised to be a unique coming […]

And Then There Were None – 6 March 2019, Sheffield University Drama Studio ***** Although I am a fan of British crime fiction, I have never ventured into the world of Agatha Christie so I was looking forward to being in the audience for the opening night of Sheffield University Theatre Company’s latest production. And […]