Josh Harmon’s Bad Jews is like forcing the whole Lord of the Rings into a tiny suffocating room.
The Corpus Playroom turns into a time machine
Is anyone else getting sick of all these referendums?
Exile has set itself a high challenge and rises to it in a way that you would be hard-pressed to see done so well again.
A hair-raising solo debut I’d be Keane to see at any point on my Callander, even around Christmas.
Get your thesp game on
Alan Ayckbourn’s tragicomedy is brought to Corpus with style and conviction by this extremely talented cast.
Forget bubble, bubble, toil and trouble…Enron has bigger, more financially deceptive bubbles to pop.
A break in of ENRON-ormous importance.
Ever wondered what Premier League team your college is? Of course you haven’t, but here’s a list that has been assembled through years of scientific research and looking in the historical archives for new college stereotypes.
Two couples, one room. What could possibly go wrong?
Design and performance errors mar a captivating premise
Students are terrified of the draconian penalties for late and lost books.
Fabricated diversity isn’t diversity.
A better alternative than trying to sort through the chaos of all the Facebook events you’ve clicked attending on.
Ever wonder what cultural events are going on in Cambridge? Look no further, as we highlight Cambridge’s hottest venues
Free Fall certainly bridges the gap between funny and dark in a completely captivating way.
The highest of society and the depths of poor manners. Coward’s ‘Private Lives’ sparkles in the Corpus Playroom, says Jamie P Robson.