Selected Shows

 

Selected Shows

 

Blackbird a new play by Miriam Schechter produced by Sheffield University Theatre Company. 

Celebration a new play written and produced by Ben Kulvichit and Clara Potter-Sweet at University of Warwick. 

Cognitions a new play by Isabelle Kabban produced by Minotaur Theatre Company at University of East Anglia.

he she they new devised play produced by the O Collective based in London and Falmouth. 

Hidden by Laura Lindsay and Peter Carruthers produced by Battered Soul Theatre Company in Durham. 

The Iconoclasts a new play by Ben Price with original music by Emily Compton and produced by Dear Hunter Theatre in Sheffield. 

No Human Is Illegal a new devised play produced by students at Leyton Sixth Form College in London. 

Nothing is Coming, The Pixels are Huge a new play by Theatre 42 at Lancaster University. 

Ordinary Days a musical written by Adam Gwon and produced by Durham Light Opera Group. 

Sad Little Man a new play by Josh Overton produced by Pub Corner Poets from Hull first produced at New Diorama in London. 

Say it Loud a new multi authored play produced by Feat.Theatre in University of Warwick 

Skellig by David Almond produced by students from the University of Worcester. 

Swallow by Stef Smith produced by Piccolo Theatre in Durham.

Thick Skin a new play by Caitlin McEwan and produced by Poor Michelle Theatre Company based in London. 


Commendations

We have awarded Commendations to the following shows:

Rules for Living by Sam Holcroft produced by 3BUGS Fringe Theatre in Birmingham. 

Narrative by Anthony Neilson produced by York Drama Society.

Romeo and Juliet adapted from Shakespeare by The NEXUS Ensemble from NESCOT College in Epsom, Surrey. 

Love Among the Penguins a new play by Alex Thomas and produced by Theatre with Teeth in Exeter.

Alan, We Think You Should Get A Dog devised play created and produced by Mad Like Roar Company in London.

After the End by Dennis Kelly and performed by 1TC in Durham.


2018 Entries

 
We are now attending shows to consider them for inclusion in NSDF18. The entries so far are:
 
  1. The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard, produced by Southampton University Theatre Group.
  2. 100 by Neil Monaghan, produced by Southampton University Theatre Group.
  3. Heart's Desire by Caryl Churchill, produced by Kingsway Players at the University of Chester.
  4. Breaking, a new play by Katstubh Jalundhwala, produced by Southampton University Theatre Group.
  5. Equus, by Peter Schaffer, performed by Open Theatre, students at Leeds University.
  6. Trainspotting, by Irvine Walsh and adapted by Harry Gibson, performed by Nottingham New Theatre.
  7. The Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde, performed by Fourth Wall at Durham University.
  8. Things We Do Not Know, a new play by Kate Wyver, performed by Process Theatre.
  9. Festen, by David Elridge, produced by Southampton University Theatre Group.

 

The entries for NSDF17 were:

  1. The Girl from Maxim's 1930’s musical comedy produced by Durham University. 
  2. Company Stephen Sondheim’s musical produced by Show Stoppers in Southampton. 
  3. Hidden a 2013 play by Laura Lindsay and Peter Carruthers produced by Battered Soul Theatre Company in Durham.
  4. Home by Nadia Fall produced by Castle Theatre Company in Durham.
  5. The Lizards by Nikhil Vyas as part of the Durham Student Theatre Festival.
  6. Small Hours by Anna Jeary as part of the Durham Student Theatre Festival.
  7. Brand Flakes by Kate Lipson as part of the Durham Student Theatre Festival.
  8. Your Grace by Isabelle Culkin as part of the Durham Student Theatre Festival.
  9. Mr Sparks and His Nighttime Larks: A Love Story by Hugh Train as part of the Durham Student Theatre Festival
  10. Auditions by Hamish Clayton as part of the Durham Student Theatre Festival.
  11. The Princes' Quest by Henry Winlow as part of the Durham Student Theatre Festival.
  12. One Small Step by Rohan Perumtantri as part of the Durham Student Theatre Festival.
  13. Check Your Hair Mate! by Alex Prescot and Macks Bougeard as part of the Durham Student Theatre Festival.
  14. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte produced by Warwick University Drama Society.
  15. Green Day's American Idiot produced by Amateur Medics Society in Leeds.
  16. Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess produced by Stage Leeds.
  17. Love and Information by Caryl Churchill produced by Leeds Theatre Group.
  18. Ordinary Days produced by Durham Light Opera Group.
  19. The Tempest by Shakespeare produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  20. Orlando adapted by Sarah Ruhl produced by Castle Theatre Durham.
  21. Shopping and Fucking by Mark Ravenhill produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  22. Narrative by Anthony Neilson produced by York Drama Society.
  23. After The End by Dennis Kelly produced by Frontline Theatre, Leeds.
  24. The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  25. Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl produced by Warwick University Drama Society.
  26. Ambergate Reservoir a new play by Emma White produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  27. Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill produced by Opera Warwick.
  28. Cognitions devised by Isabelle Kabban produced by Minotaur Theatre Company in Norwich.
  29. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  30. Lord of the Flies by Nigel Williams produced by Fourth Wall Theatre Company in Durham.
  31. Barbed Wire Barbies devised by Guy Woolf and Tim Hyam produced by Raiser Theatre in London.
  32. Four Minutes Twelve Seconds by James Fritz produced by Pitch Productions in Durham.
  33. Avenue Q by Robert Lopez and Jess Marx produced by Durham University Light Opera Group.
  34. Decade a new play by Max Kennedy produced by Mind The Gap in Warwick.
  35. Educating Rita by Willy Russell produced by SUSU Theatre Group in Southampton.
  36. He She They devised piece with music, dance and text by graduates of Falmouth University.
  37. Hot Seat a devised film and text piece by students at Buckhamshire New University.
  38. Woman a devised film, dance, text piece by students at Buckhamshire New University.
  39. One World a devised film and text piece by students at Buckhamshire New University.
  40. Tapping Into Mind a devised film and text piece by students at Buckhamshire New University.
  41. King Lear by Shakespeare produced by Warwick University Shakespeare Society.
  42. Romeo and Juliet adapted from Shakespeare by The NEXUS Ensemble from NESCOT College in Epsom, Surrey. 
  43. The Beginning, The Middle and End a devised piece by Sam Collins at Bucks New University performed in London.
  44. Mind Rush devised piece by Jessica McGinn at Bucks New University performed in London.
  45. Lost Dreams devised piece by Amira Adejonwo at Bucks New University performed in London.
  46. This Is Me devised piece by Stephanie Gregg at Bucks New University performed in London.
  47. Angels in America: Perestroikia by Tony Kushner produced by Pitch Productions in Durham. 
  48. Angels in America: Millennium Approaches by Tony Kushner produced by Pitch Productions in Durham. 
  49. Bunker Girls new play by Mike Punter produced by Raiser Productions at Highgate School, London. 
  50. The Wake House new play by Hannah Pusey produced by Fleshblood New Writing Theatre in Warwick.
  51. The Canon Warriors new play by Hannah Greenstreet produced by Experimental Theatre Club from Oxford University.
  52. Zero new play by Rachel Kelly, produced by Popcorn Productions from the University of Bristol.
  53. Goggles devised play produced at Theatre Delicatessen North in Sheffield by This Egg Company and winner of our Edinburgh Award 2016.
  54. Alan, We Think You Should Get A Dog devised play created and produced by Mad Like Roar Company in London.
  55. East by Steven Berkoff produced by Lion Theatre Company in Durham.
  56. Nothing is Coming, The Pixels are Huge new play by Theatre 42 at Lancaster University.
  57. Fleabag by Phoebe Waller-Bridge produced by Sonder Theatre in St Andrews.
  58. Delay Detach a new play by Joanna Alpern also produced by Sonder Theatre in St Andrews.
  59. Womb to Tomb devised by students at London Southbank University
  60. Clowns devised by Ashley Hayes, Coner Swords and Will Portman at London Southbank University.
  61. Artificial Reality devised by CRTL-Z Theatre Company at London Southbank University.
  62. The Raft, a new play written by Jo Band and Katharine Larder and performed by Epic at The Queen's School, Chester.
  63. Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett, performed and produced by Southampton University Theatre Group.
  64. Jackdaws, a new play by Thomas Parrish and produced by Sheffield University Theatre Company.
  65. Property of Society, a new play devised by JADA in Southend-On-Sea.
  66. Lightless, a new piece of physical theatre by Scruffy Penguin, students from Shiplake College.
  67. Freak by Anna Jordan, performed and produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  68. Punk Rock by Simon Stephens, produced by Southamton Students Union Theatre Group. 
  69. The Structural Integrity of a Peach, a new play by Dan Sareen, produced by Leed's Open Theatre Society.
  70. Swallow, by Stef Smith, performed and produced by Piccolo Theatre in Durham.
  71. The Iconoclasts, a new play by Ben Price and performed by Dear Hunter Theatre in Sheffield.
  72. Closer, by Patrick Marber, produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  73. Party, by Tom Basden, produced and performed by Pitch Productions in Durham.
  74. Passion Play, by Peter Nichols, produced by Open Theatre in Leeds.
  75. Sweeney Todd, Stephen Sondheim, performed by Durham Light Opera Group.
  76. Contractions, by Mike Bartett, and produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  77. The Pride, by Alexi Kaye Campbell, and produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  78. Mercury Fur by Philip Ridley, performed by Nottingham New Theatre.
  79. Rules for Living by Sam Holcroft, performed by 3BUGS Fringe Theatre in Birmingham.
  80. Blackbird a new play by Miriam Schechter, produced by Sheffield University Theatre Company.
  81. Grubstalker new devised play by Stephen Joseph Theatre Young Company in Scarborough.
  82. Feeding Time translated from the French Le Repas des Fauves by Je Ne Sais Quoi company in Norwich.
  83. A Beautiful Thing a new play by Emma White and produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  84. W;t, by Margaret Edsom and produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  85. DEAD a new musical produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  86. Skellig, by David Almond, performed by students from the University of Worcester.
  87. Celebration, a devised work by Ben Kulvichit and Clara Potter-Sweet of Warwick University.
  88. All The World's A Stage & Other Stories, a comedy by Yee Heng Yeh and Ian Sheard, and produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  89. Someone Who'll Watch Over Me, by Frank McGuiness, performed by Durham's Castle Theatre Company.
  90. Commanche Cafe and Domino Courts, by William Hauptman, produced by Hot Grease Productions at Warwick.
  91. As You Like It, by William Shakespeare, produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  92. The Greatest Thing You've Ever Seen, a new play by Tom Proffitt and produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  93. Love Among the Penguins, a new play by Alex Thomas and produced by Theatre with Teeth in Exeter.
  94. The Super Awesome Happy Fun-Time Trick Performance, a new play by Ben Webber and produced by Nottingham New Theatre.
  95. Bouffon Christmas Carol, a clowning piece devised by The Creative Performance Company at University Centre Colchester.
  96. After the End by Dennis Kelly and performed by 1TC in Durham.
  97. Leaves of Glass, by Front Line Theatre in Leeds.
  98. Octopus, a new play by students from Brighton College.
  99. Necropolis Railway, a new play by students from Brighton College.
  100. In The Pink, a new play by Emma Brand and produced by Hatch It Theatre in London.
  101. Kafka's Dick Alan Bennett's play produced by First Theatre Company in Durham.
  102. Beautiful Little Fool a new play by Gabriella Sills produced at Dean Close School in Cheltenham.
  103. No Human Is Illegal a new devised play produced by students at Leyton Sixth Form College in London.
  104. Bonnie and Clyde musical written by Frank Wildhorn, lyrics by Don Black and book by Ivan Menshell produced by Showstoppers in Southampton. 
  105. Sad Little Man a new play by Josh Overton produced by Pub Corner Poets from Hull playing at New Diorama in London.
  106. Antigone by Sophocles and produced by University College London Classics Play.
  107. Mr and Mrs She a new play by Hollie Glossop and produced by Silk and Bone Company in Hull.
  108. The Prince of Poyais, a new play by the Patnapper Players at the University of Cumbria.
  109. Eight, by Ella Hickson, performed by Hild Bede Theatre at Durham University.
  110. The Silence at the End of the Song, a devised piece by Really Good Stories Theatre Company at Reigate Grammar School.
  111. 8:49, a devised piece by students at CAPA College in Wakefield.
  112. Harry, a new play by Caitlin McEwan and peformed by Poor Michelle Theatre Company.
  113. Thick Skin, a new play by Caitlin McEwan and peformed by Poor Michelle Theatre Company.
  114. Action at a Distance a new play by Rory Horne, produced by Orange Skies Theatre at the University of East Anglia.
  115. Sunday in the Park with George by Stephen Sondheim, performed by students at the University of Cumbria.
  116. The Shape of Things a new play by Good Vibe Theatre Company in Derby.
  117. The Bocchae, a new play by Alison Middleton, performed as part of the 2017 Durham Drama Festival.
  118. A Year of Minutes, a new play by Hamish Clayton, performed as part of the 2017 Durham Drama Festival.
  119. Daisy's Dead, a new play by Alice Clarke, performed as part of the 2017 Durham Drama Festival.
  120. Rose, a new play by Isabelle Culkin, performed as part of the 2017 Durham Drama Festival.
  121. Cold Fronts and Hot Flushes: The Short Stories of Kevin Spacey, a new play by Andrew Shires, performed as part of the 2017 Durham Drama Festival.
  122. A Year of Minutes, by Hamish Clayon, performed as part of the 2017 Durham Drama Festival.
  123. Screen 9 by Kate Barton, performed as part of the 2017 Durham Drama Festival.
  124. Alford and the Acid Tip by Kate Lipson, performed as part of the 2017 Durham Drama Festival.
  125. Toll, by Charlie Keable, performed as part of the 2017 Durham Drama Festival.