Category: News

News: Charity Theatre Football

On the 21st June we attempted to put an end to the age old question: Who would win in a fight? The weak? Or the feeble?* *Unfortunately fisticuffs are out fashion currently so we have settled for a marginally less violent...

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News: The 100 Club has been launched!

We are thrilled to announce that the Durham Student Theatre 100 Club is now officially a-go! Patrons from DST days gone by can now purchase a plaque for the Assembly Rooms Theatre to commemorate their time at Durham. For a one...

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News: Exam Survival Guide

Kate ponders the importance of maintaining a healthy balance of work and rest during the exam period and offers a comprehensive list of motivational theatre songs. Exam time is truly horrible, but perhaps for your...

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News: Post-NSDF blues…

Kate Barton is now back in Durham and reflecting on Durham Student Theatre’s recent trip to the National Student Drama Festival (NSDF).   The Saturday morning dawned bright – (and surprisingly frosty!) as I headed to...

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News: Success at National Student Drama Festival

Durham students and theatrical alumni won no less than 7 major awards at this year’s National Student Drama Festival 2016. The following awards were won by Durham Students and Alumni: – Spotlight Award Most Promising...

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News: From Durham to the West End

Interview with Simon Lynch Durham graduate and former DST, DULOG performer, Simon Lynch is currently performing in hit musical ‘Les Miserables’ in London’s West End. You may recognise him from X-Factor,...

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News: Writing for Durham Drama Festival 2017

Interview with Kate Lispson on DDF Now in its 42nd year, the annual Durham Drama Festival (DDF) is a showcase of the best new student theatre at Durham University. The festival is a week-long celebration of new writing,...

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News: Sweeney Todd Interview

Interview with Flo  Psychology student Katy interviewed Flo, a Liberal Arts student, who recently performed in Sweeney Todd, a musical produced by DULOG (Durham University Light Opera and Musical Theatre...

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News: Much Ado About Blogging!

Much Ado About Blogging: Feature 400 years after the death of William Shakespeare, 16 thespy students set out once again to conquer the South with high hopes and minimal car space… July 9 – Notting Hill Bed, board and wine are...

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