ADC theatre

REVIEW: A Very Brexit Musical

Can Brexit stand between the lovers?

REVIEW: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui

A rough-edged but arresting take on Brecht’s satire

REVIEW: Mojave

An experiment that pays off

Review: Love’s Labour’s Lost

A true labour of love that will win your heart

REVIEW: The Man Presents – More Women

Sticking it to the Man: razor-sharp feminist comedy

Review: Bad Jews

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

THEATRE: Week 6

It’s Freshers Week all over again.

REVIEW: Teahouse

Jing Huang is impressed by the ADC adaption of the Chinese classic

REVIEW: Cambridge Shorts

An excellent night of Cambridge filmmaking

REVIEW: Have I Got to Mock the Buzzcocks Ja Vu: A Panel Show Sequel

Dear the Buzzcocks team: us wretched perpetrators of scum and villainy are big fans.

REVIEW: Judge Judy’s Buzz World

Joseph Spencer is confused by this year’s Footlights Harry Porter Prize winner

Here’s how you can procrastinate in Cambridge this week

The week ahead countdown, for all things culture and entertainment.

REVIEW: West Side Story

This fairytale of New York is as magical as ever.

REVIEW: Myths and Legends of Ancient Improv

Beng Thye Tan found Myths and Legends of Ancient Improv to be an amazing evening of fast wits, amazing creativity and unsuppressable laughter.

REVIEW: Murmuring Judges

Luke Dell was thrilled with this adaptation of David Hare’s captivating institutional satire

Gender quotas would devalue Cambridge theatre

Fabricated diversity isn’t diversity.

REVIEW: Footlights Spring Revue: Chocolate Moose

I was going to joke about how this show was highly a-moose-ing, but I wanted to retain some journalistic integrity

REVIEW: Joseph Haydn’s “Surprise” Symfunny

Peter Curry found Haydn’s Surprise Symfunny funny, quirky, and energetic.

REVIEW: Footlights Presents: Xylophone

Boundless energy, slick performances and endless variety: The Footlights take us on a journey from A to Z.

REVIEW: Breathing Corpses

Luke Dell was captivated by the ingenuity of this brilliant play which was all at once moving, tense, and stimulating