Theatre

REVIEW: Stalin’s Russia: A Teenage Romcom

A comedy that parodies itself, featuring everything from Stalin to Green Day, and is guaranteed to make you laugh.

REVIEW: Spiders

If you see only one show at Cambridge – see this

REVIEW: The Merchant of Venice

This watery tale of division and shady deals showcased some impressive acting talent

REVIEW: Nine Parts of Desire

A shattering, stunning portrait of Iraq and its people

Review: Why is John Lennon wearing a skirt?

An open manual about what ’gender’ and ’social construction’

Review: Bad Jews

Josh Harmon’s Bad Jews is like forcing the whole Lord of the Rings into a tiny suffocating room.

REVIEW: Birdsong

A war, and a play, that will not be forgotten

REVIEW: Chameleon

Shows like this are why Cambridge theatre is so great

REVIEW: The Man Presents: Women

An acerbic feminist comedy

REVIEW: The Government Inspector

A play of mistaken identities

How to succeed in the Camdram clique

Once you’re in, there’s no getting out

How to Succeed in Satire Without Really Offending

A director defends his production

REVIEW: Immaculate

An immaculately conceived play

REVIEW: How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

We don’t need a play which demeans a woman’s place in the world of work.

REVIEW: A Festival of New Writing

A day at Downing Dramatic Society’s A Festival of New Writing.

REVIEW: The Zero Hour Musical

I have never seen such a standing ovation in a theatre in Cambridge before.

REVIEW: Professional

A night well spent locked in the staff room at the Corpus Playroom.

Review: Suddenly Last Summer

A burning hot late night treat at the Corpus Playroom.

REVIEW: Fen

This play takes on a tall order: fleshing out the landscape of the fens.

REVIEW: Dirty Hands: A Brexistential Crisis

2016, Brexit, Trump: hot topics and catchy themes?