Andrea Kocsis
Wanderer. Journalist and historian in Cambridge, Paris, Budapest and Prague.

‘It will be a full stop for us’: Eastern European students on the loss of home fee status

Eastern European students predict that the loss of EU home fee status means the end for Cambridge applications from the region

‘I didn’t have anywhere to go’: How students from unstable regions handled news of lockdown

The way in which colleges handled the accommodation situation during the pandemic shed a light on the underlying inequalities in Cambridge

Opinion: CU debate over online education

Education cannot be online-only

Girton is finally on the map, but Homerton and Wolfson still aren’t: Problems with the new U-bus plans

New route options still exclude Homerton and Wolfson students

What to watch if you’re missing Cambridge

The best TV shows and films shot in Cambridge

Stay sustainable and remain indoors: Our guide to an eco-friendly lockdown

Seven tips for staying green in quarantine

Cambridge University Islamic Society organises Virtual Ramadan

“There is a deeper purpose behind us being in lockdown during Ramadan at home”

‘This coronavirus gave xenophobic people justification’: Speaking out against racism during the pandemic

The #speakout movement fights against xenophobia in Cambridge.

‘Did he stop me because I was black?’: Speaking out against everyday racism in Cambridge

‘How can I be a better ally to you?’

Review: Machinal

An old story about our own time.

REVIEW: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Do you prefer your meatpie bloody?

Review: Oh, what a lovely war!

“Would the lady in the second row please kindly remove that dachshund?”

REVIEW: Neural Notwerks 2: harder beta faster stronger

“Two horses instantly die in head-on collision for drunk-driving advert”

REVIEW: CU Chinese Orchestra Concert

A roller-coaster of an evening

REVIEW: I.M.P.R.O.V: The Improvised ’90s Sitcom

“Are you the melon who impregnated Jeffrey?”

REVIEW: Beige

“Please, don’t vote for me”

REVIEW: THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO LESBIANISM

A play is not a supervision essay

Review: Much Improv About Nothing

Shall I kill Thee, my good lord?

REVIEW: A Very Brexit Musical

Can Brexit stand between the lovers?

REVIEW: And Then There Were None

Fear and Loathing in Queen’s Fitzpatrick

Review: Two

I’ll have 14 pints of melodrama, please

Review: Why is John Lennon wearing a skirt?

An open manual about what ’gender’ and ’social construction’

Review: Bad Jews

Josh Harmon’s Bad Jews is like forcing the whole Lord of the Rings into a tiny suffocating room.

REVIEW: How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

We don’t need a play which demeans a woman’s place in the world of work.

REVIEW: The Zero Hour Musical

I have never seen such a standing ovation in a theatre in Cambridge before.

REVIEW: Professional

A night well spent locked in the staff room at the Corpus Playroom.

REVIEW: Fen

This play takes on a tall order: fleshing out the landscape of the fens.

REVIEW: Dirty Hands: A Brexistential Crisis

2016, Brexit, Trump: hot topics and catchy themes?

Review: How to lie and get away with it

Show business, baby.

REVIEW: Crimes of the Heart

Last night saw a criminally gripping tragicomedy at the Corpus Playroom.