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Photo: Martha Treves

Review: Myopia

Jess Johnstone is drawn in to the anonymous world of Martha Treves’ Myopia. Part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA season 2018.

Photo: Flynn Greenwood

Review: Spring Awakening

Grace Currie admires the way in which the cast and creative team handle difficult themes in a challenging production. Part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA season 2018

Photo: Virginia Saul

Review: Alpha

Jessica Wiehler gets sucked into the totalitarian dystopia of Zoe Kent’s Alpha, part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA season 2018

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: Jack Allwright

Review: A Game of Two Halves

Lily Brittain enjoys the witty dialogue and twist ending of Joe Large’s A Game of Two Halves. Part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA Season 2018

Photo: Virginia Saul

Review: Yellow Icing

Jessica Wiehler reviews the beautifully realised off-kilter world of Rory Calland’s Yellow Icing. Part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA Season 2018

Photo: Virginia Saul

Review: Aldo

Alana Cook revels in the whimsy of Lucio Gray’s Aldo, part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA season 2018

Photo: Elena Brearley

MIFTA Preview 2018: Yellow Icing

The first in a series of previews for this year’s Drama Society MIFTA season

Photo: Tom Thacker

Review: Pomona

Martha Pryer sees Alistair McDowall’s thriller brought to life by the Drama Society

Hitler's Dad. Photo Credit: Virginia Saul

Review: Hitler’s Dad/Therese and Isabelle

The Drama Society present a double bill of short plays as part of the society’s Autumn Season

Photo: Kat Humphrey

Review: Returning

Patience Kanjira reviews Returning, part of the Drama Society’s Autumn Season