Category - Culture

Culture Theatre

REVIEW: Of Mice and Men

by Bethan Linnane
On Wednesday 18th October an odd yet refreshing new take on the classic tale Of Mice and Men was performed. First impressions...

Culture Theatre

REVIEW: The Cherry Orchard

by Molly Wyatt
“Perhaps man has a hundred senses, and when he dies only the five senses that we know perish with him, and the other...


Abandoman Interview

The Irish improv duo, Abandoman, are taking their hilarious show Life and Rhyme’ which sold out at last year’s Fringe Festival, on a tour of the UK...


Review: The Crucible, New Theatre

One of the signs of a really good play is that it manages to remain relevant years after it is first performed. Arthur Miller’s timeless 1953 play has done...


Review: Out of Order, New Theatre

Ray Cooney’s theatre legacy is strongly shining on through his newest venture Out of Order which is running through its UK tour and sending belly-aching...