This ambitious and confusing play isn’t done justice for LEYLA LESNIAREK-HAMID and CHLOE COLEMAN.
Logistical issues do not stop this ball from being a great way to conclude the term for LEYLA LESNIAREK-HAMID and CHLOE COLEMAN.
CHLOE COLEMAN finds an hour of comedy with no plot line or common thread refreshingly simple, yet reliably funny
CHLOE COLEMAN is certain that this year’s ADC/Footlights Panto is deserving of its hype.
A one off stand-up show loosely themed around disability, Comments Disabled offered an enjoyable evening that was the right balance between light-hearted and thought-provoking.
This musical doesn’t quite make the cut for LEYLA LESNIAREK-HAMID and CHLOE COLEMAN.
The rise in unpaid internships is forcing students to pay to do unpaid menial work simply in order to get enough CV points to get a Real Job, argues CHLOE COLEMAN.
LEYLA HAMID and CHLOE COLEMAN are charmed by this evening of comedy that manages to (almost) take their minds of exam term.
LEYLA HAMID and CHLOE COLEMAN are blown away by a sparkling production of Williams’ classic.
To pee, or not to pee? Excrement is building ahead of the latest ADC pooduction, Troubled Sleep.
“Three people waiting in a room – we don’t know where, why, who, or what for.” CHLOE COLEMAN and LEYLA HAMID try a strong dose of the surreal. And they’re not sure how much they like it.
“Who doesn’t love a bit of NHS bashing?” CHLOE COLEMAN and LEYLA HAMID recommend a panto like no other.
“There’s nothing outlandishly wrong with this play. Lines are delivered, cues are met, and the story is told.” But there’s nothing outlandishly right with it either, write CHLOE COLEMAN and LEYLA HAMID.
Fantastic writing, expert execution: CHLOE COLEMAN and LEYLA HAMID are indelibly impressed by a “practically flawless” evening.
“We’re talking flower jousting, food fights and “posh” aristocratic accents vamped up to the max.” A good start to Week 5, write CHLOE COLEMAN and LEYLA HAMID.
CHLOE COLEMAN and LEYLA HAMID give this the green light.
CHLOE COLEMAN and MAGGIE BRIDGE recommend a Richard III who both compels and unnerves.