MILO YIANNOPOLOUS opportunistically reviews a play, and enjoys it.
MILO YIANNOPOULOS asks whether the banning of all male couples from the swing boats at Tit Hall June event demonstrated homophobia.
Trinity Hall’s June Event Committee was accused of allowing homophobic discrimination last night, after all male couples were banned from the swings.
Our resident Drama Queen’s run through of what is on in Week Four. While students are busy working hard, Cambridge professionals are dominating the boards.
MILO YIANNOPOULOS: ‘I have never been so ashamed to be in an audience as I was last night. It almost made me sorry to be alive.’
MILO YIANNOPOULOS: ‘Diana, love, that inevitable coke habit can’t come soon enough.’
Our resident Drama Queen tells us what’s on in Week 3.
MILO YIANNOPOULOS: ‘subtle, intelligent and sympathetic performances’ made an ‘hour-long meditation on the fate of three lonely, middle-aged Northern women’
MILO YIANNOPOULOS: ‘Overall? Awesome, and I’ll be first in line for the next production at the Arts Theatre.’
Our resident Drama Queen’s guide to what’s on in Week 2.
MILO YIANNOPOULOS: ‘I’m happy to shake off what little remains of my journalistic integrity and declare myself completely besotted with Footlights.’
Good acts are stifled by their three minute time slot and bad acts get laughs no matter what. Welcome to the last Smoker of term.
MILO YIANNOPOULOS: “Was this the product of a drunken night in the JCR? Something that was left unchecked by good sense and allowed to blossom into an entire production?”
MILO YIANNOPOULOS sees Shine as ‘a celebration of pop culture’ and an antidote to academia.
MILO YIANNOPOULOS: ‘Murder in Play was smooth, confident and is sure to get even better over the next few days’.
MILO YIANNOPOULOS argues enthusiastically that ‘despite being rough around the edges, Gypsy is an awful lot better than “not bad.”’