Investing in the Arts: A Note on Shotgun Theatre’s Crowdfunding Campaign

Shotgun Theatre has raised over £2,000 in four days in a crowdfunding campaign to get its production of Godspell to the Edinburgh Fringe. This phenomenal response has given me food for thought. The arts really do matter to people, don’t they? Last November, I reviewed Godspell for Razz; giving 4.5 out of 5 stars because it was the best piece of student theatre I’d ever … Continue reading Investing in the Arts: A Note on Shotgun Theatre’s Crowdfunding Campaign

Review: Godspell – 4.5/5 stars

I challenge you to find a greater irony than that of watching a biblical show, telling tales of love and repentance, inside of The Lemmy. I must admit straight off that I had my reservations about this musical. I questioned the extent to which I could be immersed into a story that was a) performed in the setting of our student club and b) about … Continue reading Review: Godspell – 4.5/5 stars