In response to the defence of The Footlights, TOMMY SHANE argues for the importance of criticism over blanket praise.
TOMMY SHANE’s love affair with Jessica O’Driscoll Breen reaches a tragic conclusion at King’s Bunker’s Toybox in his last ever Tab review.
Dionysia doesn’t live up to TOMMY SHANE’s fantasies, but he does have another run in with Jessica O’Driscoll Breen.
TOMMY SHANE explains why he we need to stop vilifying the people that protested against Le Pen.
TOMMY SHANE finds love in a hopeful place at this year’s Churchill Spring Ball.
With its peaks and troughs, this smoker relied too heavily on already established Footlights, claims TOMMY SHANE.
TOMMY SHANE finds himself fawning over Elektra Cute at this cross-dressing extravaganza.
TOMMY SHANE gets a celebratin’ this god forsaken’ slavery western.
TOMMY SHANE asks whether The Impossible is an impossibly gross product of our darkest shame.
Tom Rasmussen claimed ‘it was like having a fucking prolapse’; TOMMY SHANE begs to differ.
TOMMY SHANE has had a crisis of faith in his previous reverence for the Footlights after this not-so-awe-inspiring pantomime.
TOMMY SHANE thinks the recent controversy over Assange at The Union is masking some bigger problems.
Stop seeing the same old productions at the ADC and go see something original, argues TOMMY SHANE.
TOMMY SHANE spent the night with the crème de la crème of Cambridge comedy talent.
TOMMY SHANE regrets that the writing wasn’t as good as the acting in this sketch show.