SUDS’ latest production is packed with tragedy, sarcasm and introspection.
An exciting whirlwind of slapstick humour and some healthy absurdist dread.
April Saleeba reviews a heartwarming Christmas play
Julia Gregoratto is really into poo humour
Ang Collins enjoyed a one night stand. I mean, a one night stand up show.
Elijah Fink and Victoria Zerbst are two horny bastards who have co-opted this journalistic opportunity for their own romantic gain.
Hal Fowkes reviews the first show of the SUDS Summer Season
“Blow blow me out I’m so sad I don’t know why. Blow blow me out I’m so sad I don’t know why…” Walking out from Cellar Theatre after this eighty minutes monodrama, Blur’s song started to hover in my heart and I was haunted by some vague sadness. Directed by Victor Kalka, Grounded invites its…
Photography by Luke Tisher Oliver Moore would make a terrible detective. The SUDS Summer season continues this week with J’Accuse, an interactive murder mystery loosely styled on Cluedo. I have always wanted to host my own murder mystery themed dinner party. Particularly those pre-set games where everyone is assigned a character and you act out the…
(Eds note: This review contains brief, aesthetic criticism of a representation of self-harm.) Student theatre necessitates a degree of innovation. Tight budgets, a lack of resources and a limitation on available spaces creates a perfect breeding ground for invention. However, even when actors and directors are forced into back rooms, cafés, street corners, or Studio…