7th and 8th October
Bread & Roses Theatre
"Snog, marry, avoid: the father, the son and the holy spirit?"
A comical satire exploring the infamous Oxbridge interviews, and the classist nature of our education system. In this fast paced piece, we switch between ridiculous entry interviews, seminars where students struggle to think for themselves, and the corruptness of upper class University professors. Colloquium eloquently and hilariously critiques the absurdist nature of life at Oxbridge, and the arrogance embedded in the institutions.
The full-length production will be performed at the Bread & Roses Theatre as part of Clapham Fringe in October 2021. Tickets TBA.
Written by Katherine Stockton.
Director - Charles Douglas.
Producer - Molly Farley.
Student A - Caitlin Wood
Student B - Alex Gallacher
Professor A - Sean Bennett
Professor B / Seminar Student 2. - Daniel Hemsley
PhD Student A / Seminar Student 3 - Anna Hodgson
PhD Student B / Seminar Student 1 / Professor C - Daniel Grice
Poster - Jack Hansen.
A 15-minute scratch performance of Colloquium took place on the 11th June 2021 through Quintuple L Productions. You can view Colloquium on the link below at 59:06.
An interview between writer Katherine Stockton and director Charles Douglas can also be found below.