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Anuli Changa

Photo: Manuel Harlan

Review: The Jungle Book

Anuli Changa reviews Children’s Touring Partnership and Royal & Derngate, Northampton’s production of The Jungle Book

Photo: Virginia Saul

Review: The Anatomy of a Bath Mat

Anuli Changa enjoys the interesting writing and direction of Will Vincent’s play, part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA season 2018

Credit: Chloe Weare

Review: Stroppy

Anuli Changa enjoys the angst and humour of Chloe Weare’s ode to teenage girlhood. Part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA season 2018

Photo: Virginia Saul

Review: A Fight at the Opera

Anuli Changa reviews Music Society’s spectacular night of opera on the themes of war and conflict

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Review: The Vagina Monologues 2018

Anuli Changa finds empowerment and diversity in the University of Manchester’s production of the 1996 play

Photo: Steve Ullathorne

Review: Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

Anuli Changa finds joy in the spontaneity of a show that changes every night

Photo: Craig Sugden

Review: Beautiful – The Carole King Musical

Anuli Changa reviews a jukebox musical that surpasses expectations at The Palace

Credit: Jessica Wiehler

Review: The Log

A coming of age story charms and delights at the Three Minute Theatre

Photo: Manuel Harlan

Review: Guys and Dolls

Anuli Changa reviews Talawa Theatre Company’s production of the classic musical at the Royal Exchange

Photo: Virginia Saul

Review: The Tempest

The Shakespeare Society bring The Tempest to Antwerp Mansion, reviewed by Anuli Changa

Photo: Rowan Payne

Review: Where Dreams Come True

Anuli Changa gets whisked off to Disneyland with the Musical Theatre Society’s first revue at the Anchor Café

Photo: Grace Currie

Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Anuli Changa reviews Much Ado About Nothing, part of 3MT’s Shakespeare Festival