An Angel In Islington

DramSoc and MTSoc are proud to announce that October Show is back after a 2 year break! Come along for an evening of drama and laughter and experience what DramSoc has to offer! This year, we’re performing an original comedy – An Angel in Islington. Follow Alex’s guardian Angel on a mission to fix an embarassing mistake beofre it’s too late. Will they be able to succeed in 24 hours before their earthly form vanishes or will the timeline be altered forever? An Angel in Islington will open on Wednesday 13/10/21 and run on Friday 15/10/21 and Saturday 16/10/21 in […]

All In Good Time

No one wants to consummate their marriage in their childhood bedroom. This Spring, DramSoc presents ‘All in Good Time’, written by Bill Naughton and directed by our very own Harriet Powell. This innuendo-laden comedy focuses on marriage and relationships. Money is tight, and newlyweds Arthur and Violet have been forced to move in with his parents. Needless to say, spicing things up in the bedroom can be difficult when you can hear your father-in-law is snoring through the walls and the whole neighbourhood is sticking their noses in.


DramSoc’s autumn term studio play is ‘Confusions’ (five interlinked short plays) by Alan Ackbourn. Come and join us on stage for a comedic insight into what happens when communications break down. The Show will be in the UCH, but please let us know if you require disabled access. Doors will open at 7:00pm and the show will commence at 7:30pm, there will be a short interval during this production.

And Then There Were None

Based on Agatha Christie’s best-selling novel, ‘And Then There Were None’ tells the story of ten strangers invited to an island for various reasons by a mysterious host. One by one, they start dying in accordance with a nursery rhyme. Their host seems to have plans for them all… Join DramSoc for this autumn’s main show – And Then There Were None. Directed by Ansh Bhatnagar and Olivia Revans. Produced by India Marsden and Mary Davis. Doors open at 7pm, show starts promptly at 7:30pm. Tickets: Wednesday 7pm: Thursday 7pm: Friday 7pm: Saturday 7pm:

No Exit

Ever heard of Jean-Paul Sartre, the french existentialist? Come see No Exit, an existential play about three dead people who upon arriving in hell find out their punishment is to be locked in a room together for eternity. Directed by Andi Koh and Ansh Bhatnagar with an amazing cast, starring Nan Fletcher-Lloyd, Liliane Laborde-Edozien, Rohan Mitta and Euan Bell. Come find out why “Hell is other people”. No Exit is DramSoc’s Autumn Term Studio Play for 2017, and will be performed on 4th and 5th of November in Metric, doors at 7pm, curtain-up at 7:30pm. Tickets:


DramSoc’s presents… MASKERADE! Written by Terry Pratchett, Adapted by Stephen Briggs and Directed by Daisy Rogers-Simmonds. Maskerade is one in the series of Discworld novels by Sir Terry Pratchett, adapted for stage by Stephen Briggs. A comedy/fantasy, this weird and wonderful play incorporates grisly murder, sharp wit, satire and all the magic of the theatre, whilst consistently poking fun at all of it’s characters, the audience, Andrew-Lloyd Webber musicals and the world in general. If you like tongue-in-cheek humour, this is the play for you! Maskerade is DramSoc’s main play for Autumn Term 2017, and will be performed in the Union Concert […]


DramSoc presents Beowulf, our main Autumn show! An ancient tale of dramatic fights, heroic endeavour, and an epic narrative to rival the best of plays – Beowulf  is the original piece of English literature. This term, we’ll be turning the clock back 1500 years, and the Union Concert Hall into Heorot, the grandest mead hall in history. Grab a horn of mead and join us inside as the tale unfolds… Adapted from Michael Alexander’s verse translation of the Old English by Daniel Clay, and directed by Oscar Gill, this will be a unique piece of immersive theatre. Beowulf runs 7th-10th December 2016.

Hair of the Dog

DramSoc and MTSoc present Hair of the Dog, a light romantic comedy by Molly McCluskey, and 13, a comedy about growing up. Come along to see what we are all about! Performances held in the Union Concert Hall in Imperial College Union. 12th, 14th, 15th October, 2016 Doors 7pm Curtain 7.30 pm Tickets £5 pp or £4 upon producing a flyer at purchase


Emoji: the untold story of the little people in your phone. Join us at Edinburgh Fringe as we take a tongue-in-cheek look at fame, faith and communication. Meet Kyle’s phone. Inside it, like every mobile, a hidden emoji-world exists. Emojis live with one ultimate goal: to become one of the ‘frequently used’. Brian the brown shoe emoji is a deadbeat. In one night, Brian is used 27 times, skyrocketing him to fame. How will he cope? Will the poo emoji like him? Or will he end up back in the pool of anonymous emojis, never to be used again? Join […]