A creative and compelling new piece of writing, finds LOUIS SHANKAR.
He’s a genuinely wonderful and lovely person
LOUIS SHANKAR is left in awe at this new, one-off piece of student writing
Absurdity, lunacy, and intelligence: presenting Bafflesmash’s second show
Naked men riding panthers: what more could you want?
Colour, alcohol, music, dancing, life drawing: what more do you need?
♪♪ You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life ♪♪
LOUIS SHANKAR is impressed by this exhibition exploring nudity and its place in art
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE is far from impressed by this rewrite of one of his most famous plays.
WILL POPPLEWELL enjoyed this concert of show tunes but was far from blown away.
MARK DANCINGER pense que La Cantatrice Chauve est très bien (He thinks the play is good).
LOUIS SHANKAR is impressed by the performances in this chaotic but thought-provoking play.
MARK DANCIGER is blown away by this powerful and highly polished production.
LOUIS SHANKAR finds that this two-man show manages to perfectly balance the absurd with the conventional.
CAMILLA SEALE finds only the professional in this student opera about a small town boy’s unexpected drunken revels.
LOUIS SHANKAR is left uncertain by this ambitious production of Steinbeck’s novella
Do ghosts really haunt the streets of Cambridge? OLIVIA BELL and LOUIS SHANKAR join Cambridge City Ghost Tours to find out
This new sketch show leaves LOUIS SHANKAR distinctly unimpressed and unfulfilled
LOUIS SHANKAR talks to Bafflesmash before their new sketch show at Pembroke Cellars.
This new exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum manages both to amaze and disgust EVE WALLER.
POPPY MCLEAN is thoroughly impressed by this new farce at the ADC.
The cast of Pelican, a new sketch show opening at the Corpus Playroom next week, talk to us about comedy, football, and birds
LOUIS SHANKAR is left very uncertain about this play about two of the twentieth century’s greatest scientists