DC Fest invites you to join in and celebrate student made, written and created theatre.
Experience the highlights of Warwick Drama productions from 2015/17 with six exceptional shows from Warwick University Drama Society, Codpiece and Freshblood.
DC Fest will showcase and reshape an exciting and diverse range of previously staged productions, including published, devised and newly written pieces – allowing them to be performed with a new cast and in a new space.
Thu 12 Oct
Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? by Caryl Churchill (WUDS) looks at manipulation, war, sex, patriotism and the conversations that form today’s political landscape.
Behind the Eyes (Codpiece), which details the experiences of a group of Freshers over their first week at university.
Fri 13 Oct
Portents (Codpiece) explores the forces that run the world, the secrets they hide and asks questions about what is really out there…
Charge (Freshblood) which is about what happens when you’re trapped in the dark and you can’t find a light.
Sat 14 Oct
Q&A Session with Michael Billington and Carol Rutter.
i lie there i’m dancing and it’s okay (Freshblood) which is about loneliness, coping with life, forming human connections and dancing.