Imogen Stebbings on what NOT to forget before jetting off this summer.
A legendary drink and music filled night in Newcastle, told from a Durham student’s perspective.
Butternut Squash and Goat’s Cheese Pasta: It might not be the quickest dish, but those unctious and melting mouthfuls are a soothing antidote to a hard day’s revision.
Sam Kingston-Jones saw ‘Major Barbara’ presented by Hill College Theatre Company and found a well acted and well cast version of an, unfortunately, poor choice of show.
Dominic Wakeford saw Peculius Stage’s ‘A Clockwork Orange’ and found a show where the cast didn’t quite live up to the visually impressive staging.
Jonny Barnes saw DULOG’s ‘A My Name Is Alice’ and found a show that celebrated women without resorting to pastiche or corny sentiment and, crucially, was enjoyable to watch!
Donnchadh O’Conaill saw CTC’s ‘Endgame’ in the Norman Chapel and found a production that grappled with the inherent difficulties of Beckett and almost succeeded.
Olivia Birtwistle joins our stable of food writers with advice on how to make whole chickens work on a student budget and timetable!
Fergus Leathem reviews ‘Durham Improvised Musical’ as part of (and the end of!) Durham Drama Festival 2011.
Donnchaddh O’Connaill reviews ‘Days Like Today’ by Durham Student Film as part of the 48-hour film project of Durham Drama Festival 2011.
Donnchadh O’Connaill reviews ‘Steve and Then It Ended’ by Adam Usden as part of Durham Drama Festival 2011.
Bobbi Nicholson reviews ‘Closer’ by Patrick Barber as part of Durham Drama Festival 2011.
Andrew Macfarlane reviews ‘My Husband The Secret Policeman’ by Matt Urwin as part of Durham Drama Festival 2011.
Felix Stevenson reviews ‘Waiting for Dogfish’ by Ellen Diver as part of Durham Drama Festival 2011.
Monika Kawai reviews ‘A World Without Words’ by Frances Teehan and Jonnie Grande as part of Durham Drama Festival 2011.