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“Today’s prisoner, tomorrow’s neighbour.” Arts in Prisons by Anondi Dutta

In the event ‘Arts In Prisons’, Dr Jacqui Norton was in conversation with Chris Heighton, and it was riveting from the start. The speakers’ experience and witty charm captivated my attention throughout. Chris Heighton’s curiosity in the influence of music… Continue Reading →

“The evolution of the art of critique…” Cultural eXchanges: ‘In Conversation’ with Lyn Gardner by Munir Yusuf

Today, I had the delightful opportunity to watch the livestream of Kate Chapman, a member of staff at DMU, interview Lyn Gardner, a novelist and journalist, about her history in the realm of Theatre. In particular, her experience working as… Continue Reading →

“Captivating” Lyn Gardner In Conversation Event by Danniella Itorma

Kate Chapman, the interviewer, was joined by Lyn Gardner. Lyn is a journalist and novelist who contributes reviews and articles to The Stage and has written for The Guardian. This event was captivating and informative as Lyn shares her career… Continue Reading →

“A Deep Passion” Lyn Gardner ‘In Conversation’ – Ethan Stirland

In conversation with Lyn Gardner not gave us an insight into Gardner’s key moments in her life as a theatre critic, but also delved into important topics such as gender, race, and the changes she has seen throughout her life. She also… Continue Reading →

“Gain Some Knowledge” ‘Queered That Consent? Part 2- Review by Thomas Williams

This review is on ‘Queered that Consent? (2)’ which was the second half of the twin event series. We are again introduced to the wonderful Priya, the organiser. It follows the same discussion and principles that they featured in the first… Continue Reading →

“So many wonderful readings” Undergraduate Showcase by Connor Neill

As a first year DMU student, it is always nice to get the chance to see and interact with people from other modules and other groups. Seeing so many familiar faces coming together in support of our wonderful readers was… Continue Reading →

“Every piece felt unique” – Undergraduate Showcase by Robbie Childerhouse

 thoroughly enjoyed my time at the undergraduate showcase. Every piece felt unique to the reader and it wasn’t hard to tell that all of the readers were very passionate about their work, which made them so engaging and interesting to… Continue Reading →

“Went on to look up more…” – Stephen Lawrence Centre Takeover by Jake Mackenzie

COLLAPSE This is one of those events everyone needs to attend, and was made even more accessible by being put online. Regardless of political, sociological or ethnic background, the topics covered here are important, and covered amazingly. We begin with… Continue Reading →

“Extra Special” – Undergraduate Showcase by Abi Willock

Today’s showcase was made extra special by the fact that it was the first of its kind to be held in front of a live audience in the past two years. Poets and creative writers from all three years read… Continue Reading →

“Evocative” – DMU Undergraduate Showcase by Sophie Ockert

The undergraduate showcase brought forward a lot of talent, and I thoroughly enjoyed my time watching these students share their work. Having the pieces of work read aloud by the writer themselves, in my opinion, was very effective. In particular,… Continue Reading →

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