They’re not perfect, but INDIA MATHARU-DALEY is nonetheless impressed (and bemused) by this year’s short-and-sweet offerings.
On Sunday night, five groups of Cambridge students were given the task of coming up with a play they’d perform 24 hours later at the ADC. ABI BENNETT explains the results – ‘chaotic’, ‘shambolic’, and occasionally ‘fantastic’.
What better way to celebrate Bridgemas than by flocking theatre-wards? Although, you won’t find much festive cheer if you spend the evening with ‘Coriolanus’, ‘Molly’ or ‘Rum and Vodka’…
Five plays, five directors, five writers, five producers, five designers, five groups of five actors, but only one ANNA ISAAC.
TOBY PARKER REES breaks it down for you nice and smooth. Impressively this review took fewer than 24 hours to write.
TOBY PARKER REES fervently believes that you are either a scumbag, a maggot, a cheap lousy faggot or all of the above. The week’s theatre may crop up intermittently.
LEO PARKER REES: ‘Very probably talented writers… But they have miles to go before they sleep contentedly on a pillow of my approval.’