Adam Lawrence

No One Man, No Cry

LEYLA HAMID loves Adam Lawrence and Ben Rowse’s weird and wonderful return to the Cambridge comedy scene.

Life After Footlights

Or, an essay on the art of flagrant self-promotion by ADAM LAWRENCE and BEN ROWSE.

The Pin and Adam Lawrence Share an Hour

“I laughed more than I have in any other Cambridge sketch show”. But, sadly, not consistently, writes NANCY NAPPER CANTER.


This play doesn’t quite fly with JAMES STANIFORTH, but could take off with a little more thrust.

Theatre Guide Dog: Week 5

THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG is tired of all your crying.

Footlights Smoker

ELLIE OGILVIE and a singleton audience lift their hearts with a Footlights Smoker.

Footlights Smoker

ABI BENNETT is impressed with this latest Smoker, for the most part at least.

The Life Doctor

BEN BLYTH gets off on technicality. The first review from a publication not thanked in the programme.

Theatre Guide Dog: Week 3

TOBY PARKER-REES has a play on this week, but may also mention others in passing.

Review: Wolfson Howler

LOTTIE UNWIN: ‘I will never again not be at the Wolfson Howler. I can’t dispute there aren’t flaws but, for a fiver it is a fantastic night of honest, unpolished stand up.’

Review: Presto

MATT KILROY proposes ‘It just isn’t really a play. It’s an odd rambling shambles’ but MAX BARTON’s feels the ‘shambles’ is worthy of glowing praise.

Lottie Unwin: Drama Queen

Our resident Drama Queen’s guide to what’s on in Week 4.