John’s have been accused of “equating female experience with Dairy Milk” after giving female students chocolate to mark International Women’s Day.
CAITLIN DOHERTY is back with a vengeance.
This is what happens when THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG allows you to decide who wins awards.
Fresh fresher flesh fails to warm CAITLIN DOHERTY’s stony socialist heart.
Theatre Editor CAITLIN DOHERTY gets blinded by the pies into enjoying something she definitely shouldn’t.
Just in time for the Michaelmas 2011 season, here’s a performer’s-eye view of Cambridge’s best-loved (and now newest) theatre space.
And to your left you will see CAITLIN DOHERTY applauding Fletcher Players’ choice of play, but unfortunately no subsequent ones.
In amongst his habitual ravings LAURIE COLDWELL conceals a review of new writing which bites but can’t be bitten.
CAITLIN DOHERTY regains some faith in Cambridge Theatre after this collection of pertinent and political pieces. All for charity too.
CAITLIN DOHERTY blasts the bourgeoisie through the unconventional, but surprisingly relevant, medium of theatre reviewing.
University Minister David Willetts said top unis would look ‘silly’ if they opt to charge the maximum fees while others offer the same services at a lower price.
CAITLIN DOHERTY mourns the absence of Tory-bashing, but is otherwise taken in by a poignant stab at privilege and elitism.
SUZANNE BURLTON: ‘Was there anything wrong with this?… the production was almost perfectly executed.’