ALEX STRIDE tells us why Ben Pope & Lunchtime of Champions lives up to expectations
These Footlights will go far, reckons LOUIS SHANKAR.
We’re halfway through term! Chin up, and get cultured.
ROSANNA SUPPA loved this emotional Footlights ending to the year.
HANNAH MIRSKY reckons this smoker got the job done quite nicely.
OJ WATSON is impressed with this consistent and well constructed Spring Revue.
JOSH MARKS raves after a masterclass in the unpredictable and the downright hilarious.
CHLOE COLEMAN is certain that this year’s ADC/Footlights Panto is deserving of its hype.
BEN POPE the current Footlights President, had a chat (interrogation) with the former Footlights President, PHIL WANG, ahead of his show Anti-Hero coming to Cambridge.
LEYLA LESNIAREK-HAMID is impressed by some of this year’s new talent on the Cambridge comedy scene.
ELLIE WARR is in safe hands for her first night of comedy at the Corpus Smoker.
NICHOLAS HULBERT is left chuckling long into the night with this quirky Cambridge sketch show.
LEYLA HAMID and CHLOE COLEMAN are charmed by this evening of comedy that manages to (almost) take their minds of exam term.
Relationships are like Civilization 5 and should be stuck to on a one-year contractual basis. Yes, it’s the mathmo’s answer to Dr Phil: MARK is back.
Legendary Tab columnist MARK LIU gives the new Footlights President a grilling.
ZOE DAVIGNON is generally delighted by exam term humour and Tab bashing at the SCA Smoker.
Jaded Theatre Editor FRANCESCA HILL has her bitter heart warmed by this quirky comedy night.
Kids, step away from the ADC: there’s more to comedy than the Footlights. FRANCESCA HILL reviews the Corpus Smoker.
“Their directness punctures pretence, and lets the audience in.” MATTHEW WOLFSON is impressed by this comedy duo.
HANNAH MIRSKY was confused not amused.