One of the best plays you will see in Cambridge this year
CHLOE COLEMAN and LEYLA LESNIAREK-HAMID are dazzled by this perfectly polished production of a big-name show.
Why do great plays so often flounder on film? What makes Amadeus better than Mamma Mia? Enter JAMIE MATHIESON.
Before his show at the Edinburgh Fringe, comedian Tom Allen talks to TABATHA LEGGETT about theatre, Big Brother and opening a cake shop.
MILO YIANNOPOULOS: ‘subtle, intelligent and sympathetic performances’ made an ‘hour-long meditation on the fate of three lonely, middle-aged Northern women’
RACHEL CUNLIFFE this is a play that ‘The History Boys is, without a doubt, a play that every Cambridge student should see at least once in their life.’