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MARK DANCIGER is impressed with the consistency of the Cambridge Footlights but sees more potential as the tour continues.
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RACHEL TOOKEY is impressed with the effective and clever use of soundscapes in this strong production.
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MOLLY O’CONNOR is impressed with the young performers and beautiful score in this musical adaption of a childhood classic.
MOLLY O’CONNOR enjoyed the show with its impressive live musicians but feels a little more drama is needed.
JOSSIE EVANS escapes revision for an evening and finds it really rather pleasant.
Camdram; one of those Cambridge terms we never really did understand. Here, MOLLY O’CONNOR explains all.
JOSSIE EVANS is impressed with the slickness and strength of performances in Wasted.
As a production, BARE is almost perfect. Tonight’s performance was less so, but we both recognise its potential.
BARE is set to have you dancing and crying with a strong musical score and talented cast
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ISA BONACHERA enjoyed this beautiful performance of an unconventional opera.
FREYA HARRIS is pleasantly surprised by the cheesy tunes of the CU Show Choir
Mark Danciger is more than impressed with this traditional and polished performance of Henry IV.
ISA BONACHERA is positive that What the Dickens will take the Edinburgh Fringe by storm.
Will Popplewell put CUPO’s ‘service to the test’ and was completely blown away. He really cannot ‘let it go’.
Megan and Rebecca give us their experience of auditioning for drama school coming from Cambridge.
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