News and Announcements


E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Wednesday, 3rd December 2008 @ 12:15pm

Dear All,

A special email from the Drama Soc follows! 2 very exciting events, plus a couple of special offers etc for you all!

Week 11- The End (of Term) is Nigh

E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Sunday, 30th November 2008 @ 4:04pm

Hello all,

As the term draws to a close and essays/coursework/exams are being frantically worked for, do not forget that there is still plenty going on in the Drama Society and we want you involved!

Week 10 - The Auditions Continue!

E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Sunday, 23rd November 2008 @ 4:29pm

Good Afternoon tout le monde!

We hope you're all well and that you enjoyed your week of Drama filled activities (and possibly doing some academic work...who knows?).

This week we have more auditions for you along with the usual delights!

Week 9 - Auditions Return!

E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Sunday, 16th November 2008 @ 5:08pm

Hello All!

Phew! After an exciting week which saw Blood Wedding on at the Bloomsbury we have more in store for you in week 9, including the return of auditions for Term 2 plays!


Blood Wedding review

Posted by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Sunday, 16th November 2008 @ 5:07pm

  • Here is the first of our soon to be regular reviews!

    Blood Wedding, directed by Emily Morrison, produced by Louie Corpe, is a must see for anyone worried about the growing rise of knife-crime. The backcountry of Andalusia could not be further from the sprawling metropolis of London, yet the sentiment is a perfect-match.
    The assertive dialogue, anguish and complete sense of injustice from the mother of the bridegroom, Rachel Knight, sets up the plays dark undertones and incessantness of small town mentalities beautifully.
    Sam Brearley portrayal of a love-sick bridegroom was magnificent and Hannah Van-Den-Brul, the bride, excellently portrayed a woman torn between her head and her heart.
    Mbugah’s encapsulation of Leonardo’s fully fledged anger and loathing towards his wife, Katherine Drury, and mother-in-law, Beth Eyre, is superb, to the point of almost being uncomfortable.
    Certain elements of theatrical repertoire worked to excellent aplomb in this production, especially the stage setting, lighting and performances in the woods. The same cannot be said for the whole long drawn out nursery rhyme at the beginning of the show. Good knowledge of Lorca’s work may make this more symbolic, otherwise it just creates confusion. Another criticism was the slight confusion of the role of the maid, Dominique Pelides, who appeared to close and familiar with her employers to represent a mere maid. However, these did not blight an overall good solid performance.
    The darkness of the plays theme was superbly brought into line with excellent small and subtle gestures of comedic genius providing the audience with small outbursts of pure laughter, thus making an evening of fine entertainment. Arrash Rizi, playing the father-of-the-bride, used an accomplished Irish brogue accent to great effect.

    Ivan Wells


E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Sunday, 9th November 2008 @ 8:20pm

Hallo All!

Week 8 is here! And with Week 8 comes the Drama Society's biggest and most high profile show of the term: BLOOD WEDDING by Federico Garcia Lorca.... Read on!


E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Tuesday, 4th November 2008 @ 11:14am

Hallo hallo!

We don't disappear just because its reading week! You can't get away that easily.... Plus as usual, we have loads of stuff to tell you! So read on for your weekly dose of Drama....

Your Drama Fix In Week Six

E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Sunday, 26th October 2008 @ 7:27pm

Hello All,

Once again we have a cornucopia of activies for you this week!


E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Wednesday, 22nd October 2008 @ 4:38pm

We have the most exciting news ever! Its so exciting that we've risked another mid-week email which may really annoy people.....


Oh, and we're also having an EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING! This is your chance to be elected to join the Society Commitee!

Read on.......

Your 5th Weekly Update

E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Sunday, 19th October 2008 @ 11:26am

Greetings Drama Society!

I hope that your week has gone smoothly and that you are enjoying all the exciting things that Drama is running this term!  Read on for more information about performances, workshops and more!


E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Tuesday, 14th October 2008 @ 1:36am

Hallo All,


Sorry for sending a second email out this week! We try very hard to only send one out per week, but we have an INCREDIBLY SPECIAL OFFER! READ ON:

Join Us and More in Week 4

E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Sunday, 12th October 2008 @ 11:03am

Hello All!

I hope you are enjoying a lazy Sunday before we commence Week 4 (yes we are actually that far into term) and all the excitment that Drama Society is bringing you!

It's Still Go, Go, Go!

E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Sunday, 5th October 2008 @ 3:48pm

Hello All,

Well, it's been a busy week for all at Drama Soc Towers but we've still got loads for you to do in the week coming!

Blood Wedding Production

E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Thursday, 2nd October 2008 @ 7:21pm

This is a quick shout out for anyone that is interested in assisting on Drama's term 1 Bloomsbury show. We are currently on the look out for anyone who is interested in props and/or costume. No real previous experience is required (although would be great if you do) although enthusiasm is a must. You will be assisting in the design, making and acquiring of the various items needed to help make the show a success.

The show is on the 13th and 14th of November so you will need to be around in the weeks leading up to this date and preferably for the majority of reading week (3-9 Nov).

If you are interested please let me know, as we would love to have you as part of the team.
Email me at

Clare Harding
Production Manager


E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Monday, 22nd September 2008 @ 7:32pm

Dear All,

Welcome back to UCL for another year of amazing-ness! The UCLU Drama Society Committee have all been working extremely hard over the Summer. In fact, the Society has already been completely revamped! We have a new logo, the website has been updated and changed, we have a new email system and our events calendar is busier than ever before! 2008-2009 is going to be a fantastic year for the Drama Society, and we hope that you have come back ready to get stuck in to all the events we have to offer!

For a full list of our confirmed events in Term 1, visit


E-mail sent by Khadeejah binti Abdul Halim, Monday, 25th August 2008 @ 6:24pm

Hallo All,

So with just a month to go before the doors of UCL re-open, we thought we would email you with a little sneak-preview of what we have planned for Term 1... Most obviously, we hope you like our new email software! The plan is that it should make our emails look much much nicer, and much easier to navigate through. If you have problems opening these emails, let us know! And if you have any comments, then again, let us know!

Anyway, on to the exciting stuff....

UCL Drama Society

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