Peter Curry and Luke Dell think this show provides an intriguing window into the baffling minds of the Cambridge Impronauts.
LOUIS SHANKAR is impressed by the performances in this troubling but moving play.
A creative and compelling new piece of writing, finds LOUIS SHANKAR.
A brilliant showcase of varied, unusual humour
MARK DANCINGER pense que La Cantatrice Chauve est très bien (He thinks the play is good).
LOUIS SHANKAR finds that this two-man show manages to perfectly balance the absurd with the conventional.
Some experiences don’t improve with age. ABI BENNETT experiences a disappointing sense of déjà vu.
MADDIE DUNNIGAN answers the question, “what does a producer actually do?” The answer: naked body painting.
JUAN ZOBER DE FRANCISCO and ALICE CARR wonder who will take over Pierre Novellie’s crown when the king steps down at the Corpus Smoker this week.
KIKI BETTS-DEAN desperately searches for synonyms of “average”
A play that can’t make up its mind receives a definitive decision from TABATHA LEGGETT
PHOEBE LUCKHURST overcomes her ADHD to appreciate a big, stylish dollop of Brecht.
TABATHA LEGGETT investigates all-female monologues which show promise but hit a glass ceiling.
LISE MCNALLY tries to dress up the corpse of a lifeless black comedy.
According to MATILDA WNEK, this play comes closer to five stars than anything else she’s seen in Cambridge.
Actress and Jesus College student Ellie Kendrick talks to HOLLY STEVENSON about her career so far, her Cambridge projects, and the dissertation that she really should have written by now…
ANGELA LIU: ‘Do see it if you LOL at seeing someone’s trousers fall down. Expect echoes of The Inbetweeners, Date Movie, and The Human Centipede.’
If you forgot to buy ball tickets or you’re floundering in apathy, LOTTIE UNWIN has some solutions.