REVIEW: Little Shop of Horrors

Weird, Witty, Wacky and utterly Brilliant.


Week 4 brings with it musical foliage, exiled women, comical infant teeth and satirical Trump

REVIEW: Yo Ho Ho – A ‘Piraty’ Improv Show

Ahoy, readers! Are you ready to set sail towards an unexpected destination on an improvised route?

REVIEW: The Footlights Virgin Smoker

‘They didn’t make nearly as many virgin jokes as I was expecting’

REVIEW: Have I Got to Mock the Buzzcocks Ja Vu: A Panel Show Sequel

Dear the Buzzcocks team: us wretched perpetrators of scum and villainy are big fans.

REVIEW: Freshers’ Week Smoker

An excellent night, showcasing the wide range of talent to be found in Cambridge students.

REVIEW: Footlights International Tour Show – Lagoon

Promising work-in-progress, not top-bill blowout, says Dani Cugini.

REVIEW: Pronoun

This show asks questions that need asking, says Dan Edwards.

Cambridge Must Fall

There’s something terrible around every corner.

CAMBRIDGE SHORTS and the Student Film Scene

CAITLIN McCARTNEY is impressed by this screening and reflects upon the future of Cambridge student filmmaking.

5 Films To Get You Through Exam Term

The directors of the 5 short films premiering at Cambridge Shorts suggest some essential exam-term viewing.


It’s time to get Friki up at Corpus Playroom

REVIEW: Trump’d

This madcap satire is entertaining, but doesn’t entirely live up to its premise


Unfortunately only memorable for the wrong reasons.

Here’s how you can procrastinate in Cambridge this week

The week ahead countdown, for all things culture and entertainment.

REVIEW: When You Improv On A Star-An Improvised Disney Musical

The Cambridge Impronauts have produced an Exam Term crowd-pleaser, says Joseph Spencer.

REVIEW: West Side Story

This fairytale of New York is as magical as ever.

REVIEW: Buttnik

Buttnik was funny, witty and thought-provoking, says Peter Curry.

REVIEW: Grade Expectations

Robyn Bellinger is entertained by the relatable comedy of Grade Expectations, very much a play by students, for students.

REVIEW: The Madwomen in the Attic

The Madwomen in the Attic is both provocative and subversive, hilarious and disturbing, says Molly Moss.