Fading Into Nothingness – 17 January 2019, Merlin Theatre Sheffield Review by Melanie Hopkins. “The Merlin Theatre is a fantastic venue for both new work and classic productions. It is adaptable, spacious, and houses a commanding stage that has the ability to capture an audience off the bat and bring them into that play’s world, […]

The Government Inspector – 14 December 2019, Sheffield Hallam Students Union Reviewer Callam Fellows. “Upon leaving the theatre after the show my side was physically hurting, which I feel is the sign of a good comedy. The Government Inspector incorporates classic themes and set-ups for a farce with a plot about mistaken identity, wagers, and […]

Bedroom Farce – 20 November 2019, Library Theatre, Sheffield Review by Artisan Friendly. “On a cold, wet and windy Wednesday evening, it’s a testament to the quality of the Deny’s Edward Players productions and the loyalty of their following that they are still able to draw in a large audience on the opening night of […]

BFF – 14 November 2019, Montgomery Theatre, Sheffield Review by Daniel O’ Key. “Mary-Frances Doherty’s BFF is a fresh and bitingly relatable piece, tackling the themes of teenage friendship and the perils of social media, it is perfectly suited to her intended younger audience and beyond (this 25-year-old YouTube-addicted male can confirm). Doherty portrays the […]

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 […]

Choke Me – 24 October 2019, Performance Lab, Sheffield Review by Daniel O’ Key. “You can only imagine my intrigue after receiving a face mask and earplugs before seeing a show called “Choke Me”. I was told to expect a provocative piece of theatre targeting the environmental threats within South Yorkshire and the world at […]