Tag: Drama

Arts, Venue

The Break of Day: Wertenbaker season

The Break of Day was one of two third-year drama productions as part of the Wertenbaker season. The play surrounded three women at different points in their careers grappling with the implications of their choices on their personal lives, careers and ideologies. The play was held together by the acting forces of Verity Hodgson-Bajoria as…

Arts, Venue

Blindward review: UEA Drama Society

The drama society’s play ‘Blindward’ was a very interesting piece. With the combination of sound effects, lighting, and the script, it was an intriguing performance. The play was about the uncertainty of life and how different people deal with that. The play is set on a ship, but there is no set destination said within…

Arts, Venue

Wertenbaker season: The Break of Day, and The Love of the Nightingale

This year’s UEA Drama season, running from 3 – 8 December, features two plays by Timberlake Wertenbaker. Wertenbaker is one of the UK’s most renowned contemporary female playwrights and currently the Chair in Playwrighting at the University Of East Anglia.  The two plays revolve around themes of feminism, displacement and reclaiming the future, extremely relevant…

Editor's column

Facing up to the challenge

A month of uni. Done. I realised this on Saturday as we worked away in the Media Office. For me Saturdays consist of two main events: editing Concrete and listening to the football. But last Saturday was different. It was ‘Super Saturday’ – the latest day of reckoning in the Brexit saga. Three years ago…

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