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The music was great, but FRANCESCA HILL thinks the atmosphere left a lot to be desired.
FRANCESCA HILL found this selection of new material partly surreal, partly underwhelming.
Veteran student politico FRANCESCA HILL grills the presidential candidates ahead of the upcoming elections.
JAMES MACNAMARA and FRANCESCA HILL wish they had lots of really good news for you, but they don’t, particularly. Sorry.
FRANCESCA HILL was blown away by CUMTS’ musical depictions of the apocalypse.
Jaded Theatre Editor FRANCESCA HILL has her bitter heart warmed by this quirky comedy night.
Scarred by past experience, FRANCESCA HILL moans about May Week and offers a few tips.
FRANCESCA HILL went in search of dark comedy. What she found wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t comedy.
Citizens, never fear. FRANCESCA HILL and JAMES MACNAMARA are here to guide you through this week’s theatre.
FRANCESCA HILL and JAMES MACNAMARA are the guardian angels here to guide you through the best and worst of what’s on this week.
The cold, the queues – the cut throat shaves? Not everything was your standard winter ball at Selwyn this Bridgemas…
“You wish you had a cushion to hide behind.” It’s a sign of its prowess that this show is difficult to enjoy, writes FRANCESCA HILL.
‘I’d hate to give the impression that my allegiance can be bought with baked goods, but there was Battenberg on the seats when I arrived.’ This has more to offer than just cake, writes FRANCESCA HILL.
This feel-sad musical is well worth watching, writes FRANCESCA HILL.
FRANCESCA HILL on a play that sometimes rocked, but occasionally left her in the dark.
FRANCESCA HILL asks what all the hype is about with Andy Murray.
FRANCESCA HILL: ‘Pastor Jones sees himself as a noble figure, acting to save the American people from yet another injustice’.