Caitlin Doherty
St. John's, English Known occasionally to melt plays which displease her, Caitlin does have a soft side, particularly for new writing and physical theatre, and secretly awaits the perfect Cambridge thesp performance. Has a troubled relationship with musicals and cats.

Les Justes

CAITLIN DOHERTY is back with a vengeance.

Tartuffe

Fresh fresher flesh fails to warm CAITLIN DOHERTY’s stony socialist heart.

Sweeney Todd

Theatre Editor CAITLIN DOHERTY gets blinded by the pies into enjoying something she definitely shouldn’t.

Macbeth

CAITLIN DOHERTY: It is a tale/ Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury/ Signifying nothing.

Freshers’ Guide to Cambridge Theatre

Theatre Editor CAITLIN DOHERTY shares her top tips on how to make it in the world of Cambridge theatre.

Accidental Death of an Anarchist

And to your left you will see CAITLIN DOHERTY applauding Fletcher Players’ choice of play, but unfortunately no subsequent ones.

Catastrophes

CAITLIN DOHERTY regains some faith in Cambridge Theatre after this collection of pertinent and political pieces. All for charity too.

Life x3

CAITLIN DOHERTY blasts the bourgeoisie through the unconventional, but surprisingly relevant, medium of theatre reviewing.

Posh

CAITLIN DOHERTY mourns the absence of Tory-bashing, but is otherwise taken in by a poignant stab at privilege and elitism.

Spring Awakening

CAITLIN DOHERTY gives this show points for effort, and a few standout moments.

Pickwick & Nickleby

CAITLIN DOHERTY: “the frantic pacing gave the impression that Swanton was desperately standing in, armed only with a range of funny voices and hats.”

The Fire Within

CAITLIN DOHERTY is jack-booted by nothingness in a production with ‘no famine of acting talent’.