Cambridge Theatre

Sexual assault and standing up: Experiencing ‘Public House’

A reviewer talks about what it means to ‘watch’

REVIEW: A Very Brexit Musical

Can Brexit stand between the lovers?

REVIEW: Welcome to Little Heswing

A democratic experience that will live you crying with laughter rather than dread

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: Rights of Passage

A harrowing performance with a sprinkle of hope, based on true stories.

REVIEW: Can’t Stand Up for Falling Down

Intimate and at times harrowing, this complex play is carried off with warmth and grace

REVIEW: Frost/Nixon

Despite a technically glitchy start and a few dodgy accents, Frost/Nixon is a decent production of a compelling script.

How to succeed in the Camdram clique

Once you’re in, there’s no getting out

REVIEW: Immaculate

An immaculately conceived play

REVIEW: How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

We don’t need a play which demeans a woman’s place in the world of work.

REVIEW: A Festival of New Writing

A day at Downing Dramatic Society’s A Festival of New Writing.

REVIEW: The Zero Hour Musical

I have never seen such a standing ovation in a theatre in Cambridge before.

REVIEW: Professional

A night well spent locked in the staff room at the Corpus Playroom.

REVIEW: Dirty Hands: A Brexistential Crisis

2016, Brexit, Trump: hot topics and catchy themes?

REVIEW: Footlights Spring Revue 2017: Behind Closed Doors

As a Footlights virgin, I did not quite know what to expect from the Footlights Spring Revue 2017: Behind Closed Doors.

REVIEW: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

Charmingly absurd.

REVIEW: The Cripple of Inishmaan

Irish charms at the ADC

REVIEW: A Fool to his Folly

Exceptional in its mediocrity.