Exceptional in its mediocrity.
Show business, baby.
John Tothill’s remarkably funny character comedy returns to Cambridge to give you the life coaching you never knew you needed.
An ingenious take on dystopia, spun around a troubled love story
Last night saw a criminally gripping tragicomedy at the Corpus Playroom.
Knows where it’s going, but hasn’t got there yet.
Esmé O’Keeffe reports on a moving, if slightly unpolished, performance.
It’s Freshers Week all over again.
HOPE MCNULTY went to see Roald Dahl’s anthologies brought to life at Corpus
An intriguing 45 minutes of theatre.
Thespian joy for Week 5 gloom
Week 4 brings with it musical foliage, exiled women, comical infant teeth and satirical Trump
Ahoy, readers! Are you ready to set sail towards an unexpected destination on an improvised route?
POSH was legendary, smashing, and all the other words its characters use to effusively praise things. In short, it’s a riot.
This deconstructed production is almost the non-play Cambridge needs.
Despite powerful performances, sometimes this iconic tale gets lost in the re-telling.
The flap of this butterfly’s wing doesn’t quite stir up the emotional storm it hopes to, says Jamie P. Robson.
Design and performance errors mar a captivating premise