April 2, 2020

Image courtesy of Facebook

Last term, director Jonny Brace made his debut with the T24 show Dead to the World which detailed the story of a girl whose boyfriend comes back as a zombie. The original story’s scope received immense praise for its ability to be witty but al...

The Canterbury Shakespeare Festival came to town with a new play, Magna Carta. Named after the seminal 1215 charter upon which the play focuses on, this newly written play draws Shakespeare’s 1623 play ‘The Life and Death of King John’ that famously omitted the famous...

Ciarán Barata-Hynes is the writer and main actor of the play Magna Carta which has recently been converted to stage at the Parrot Pub and the Ebury Hotel by the Canterbury Shakespeare Festival. He did his undergraduate studies at Falmouth Universit, reading English Lit...

Ghost Stories is ninety minutes of terror and fun, bringing classic elements of sinister storytelling into a modern medium. A brilliant mix of horror and wit, this terrifically horrifying play is bound to give you nightmares.


The play, on its first-ever UK Tour, takes...

Image courtesy of The Paper Birds

InQuire were lucky enough to receive the opportunity to speak with Jemma McDonnall, Co-Director of award-winning theatrical company The Paper Birds about their production Ask Me Anything, where their cast members become agony aunts, sou...

March 10, 2020

The Royal Shakespeare has delivered a version of William Shakespeare’s ‘As you Like It’ which I’m sure everyone who has watched it will remember, if only for the fact that they were made a part of it. Never have I been to a play where an audience was encouraged to shar...

February 28, 2020

Image courtesy of The Marlowe Theatre

Royal Shakespeare Company moved us into a parallel version of Taming of the Shrew in the Marlowe Theatre, where women are the prevalent gender rather than men. The director Justin Audibert was inspired by the novel Power by Naomi Al...

February 16, 2020

Image courtesy of University of Kent

Canterbury is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the UK, with significant ties to key literary figures such as Christopher Marlowe. Unfortunately, this is often overlooked by students because of the stigma surrounding early...

February 16, 2020

Adapted from a book by Alexander Dinelaris, directed by two-time Tony award-winner Jerry Mitchell, and choreographed by Sergio Trujillo, On Your Feet tells the true love story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan, charting their journey from its humble origins in Cuba to the s...

Please reload

First published in 1965, InQuire is the University of Kent student newspaper.

All content © 1965-2019 InQuire Media Group.

Contact |  About us  |  Advertising  |  Alumni  |  Archive

kent-white-logo-on-dark-blue-2018-1896x1
KU-logo_full-colour_web-01-2014.png