Review: EUTCo’s ‘Lord of the Flies’ @ Exeter Northcott

EUTCO’s production of William Golding’s haunting modern classic stormed onto the stage of Northcott theatre this Wednesday night. The excitement surrounding the build-up to this launch left me dying to see India Howland and Will Pinhey’s theatrical take on ‘Lord of the Flies’. They did not disappoint…from their brilliantly choreographed violence to the cast’s impressive acting, this play pulled off a thrilling performance that had the audience constantly hovering on the edge of their seats. The most obvious major alteration of the character genders brought a welcome change, giving a new dynamic to the relation between characters. The provocative power struggle between Rachel and Jack constructs a terrifying representation of human politics as these opposing figures mimic the battle between the genders and political stances. As their fragile order spirals into chaos, the children are left terrified, and we discover how fear can be used to manipulate and corrupt. Continue reading Review: EUTCo’s ‘Lord of the Flies’ @ Exeter Northcott

Preview: EUTCo’s Lord of the Flies

Returning back to Northcott, the Exeter University Theatre Company present their latest show ‘Lord of the Flies’. Following the Nobel Prize winning novelist William Golding’s 1954 , the show runs across four nights. This literary classic turned stage performance which tackles issues of morality, immorality, rationality head on is perfect for both dedicated Golding fans and first time viewers alike. A theatre production not to be missed, make a change and support our students this new year in the best theatre in Exeter. Continue reading Preview: EUTCo’s Lord of the Flies