Holly Reaney

Interview: Dinita Gohil

Culture critic Holly Reaney interviews Dinita Gohil, making her RSC debut as Viola in their current production of Twelfth Night

Posted on 15th November 2017

Review: Twelfth Night at the RSC

Culture critic Holly Reaney spent a delightful evening watching Christopher Luscombe's latest production at the RSC

Posted on 14th November 2017

REVIEW: A Conversation with Joe Lycett and Jess Phillips

Culture critic Holly Reaney enjoys an evening of conversation between comedian Joe Lycett and Jess Phillips MP.

Posted on 1st November 2017

REVIEW: Jane Eyre at the REP

Culture critic Holly Reaney's skepticism of the show is put to bed with a "perfect adaptation" of the classic Brontë novel

Posted on 8th September 2017

Review: The Winter’s Tale at the Shakespeare Institute

Culture Critic Holly Reaney reviews an enjoyable production of Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale at the Shakespeare Institute

Posted on 5th August 2017

Review: ‘Fantastic Mr Fox’

Roald Dahl's storytelling prowess works its magic on the stage of the Belgrade Theatre, with this production of a much-loved childhood classic

Posted on 28th April 2017

Review: Watch This presents a 48 Hour ‘Back to the Future’

Holly Reaney throws herself into the madness, mayhem and hilarity of Watch This Society's well-renowned 48 Hour show, based on the much loved film 'Back to the Future'

Posted on 14th March 2017

Review: ‘Snow in Midsummer’ at the RSC

Holly Reaney is mesmerised by this fast paced and fantastic play, telling a dramatic reinvention of a Chinese folk tale

Posted on 6th March 2017

Book Review: ‘Criticism – Ideas in Profile’ by Catherine Belsey

Catherine Belsey gives a fresh and interesting perspective on the often difficult field of literary criticism, according to Culture critic Holly Reaney

Posted on 15th February 2017

Review: ‘Aladdin’ at the Wolverhampton Grand

The infectious joy and enthusiasm of 'Aladdin' gets under Holly Reaney's skin

Posted on 17th December 2016

Book to the Future presents: All in The Line of Duty – an audience with Jed Mercurio

Book to the Future hosted alumni and screen writer Jed Mercurio at UoB's annual literary festival

Posted on 29th October 2016

Book to the Future presents: ‘Oh Brave New World’

Holly Reaney attends a talk, hosted by Uob's Book to the Future, discussing the place of Shakespeare in the digital world

Posted on 29th October 2016