News from the International Student Drama Festival
The International Student Drama Festival is in full swing, with only two days of performances left before the festival ends this Saturday 30 June.
So far, audiences have seen top-class theatre from Japan, Germany, Gaza, Iran and the UK with productions from Israel, Georgia, the USA, Zimbabwe and Australia still to come across the next two days.
The festival’s own daily newspaper Noises Off has had its team of critics reviewing shows throughout the festival whilst The Stage theatre critics are also in residence. Here is just some of what the press have said so far:
‘Stellar performances’ The Stage on Sweeney Todd, Newcastle
‘offers laughter in abundance’ The Stage on Inheritance Blues, Leeds
‘an ensemble company…most of them still to see their 18th birthday, clearly and triumphantly own this play’ The Stage on The Lives They Left Behind , Dartford
‘audacious, intelligent, witty, gloriously inventive’ The Stage on If Room Enough, With Wings
‘a highlight of this year’s ISDF programme’ The Stage on Our Town, Georgia
‘a fascinating, engaging, shattering set of performances’ Noises Off on Gaza Monologues, Palestine
‘The most ambitious work so far at the festival, with an ability to complement that ambition’ Noises Off on Five Names, Aberystwyth
Tickets are still available for the International Student Drama Festival, with individual productions priced at just £5.00. Click here for more information about the festival and to book tickets.