Review: Jephtha

DOMINIC EDWARDS says stay for the second half but don’t open your eyes unless there’s a set change

The Tab Meets: Albert Herring

DANIEL LEWIS interviews the directors behind the latest student opera before their show opens next week

Mary of Egypt

DANIEL LEWIS developed something of a passion for this mystical production about the making of a saint

Don Giovanni

OLI THICKNESSE and DANIEL REVERE are thrilled by this year’s CUOS Mainshow.

Review: Curlew River

LOUIS SHANKAR rates a pleasing fusion of East and West 4 stars.

Die Fledermaus

CUOS serves Strauss better than Bollinger for RUTH MARINER

The Marriage of Figaro

JOE BATES finds bum-pinchingly crude jokes of CUOS’s Figaro ‘most importantly very, very funny’.

The Rake’s Progress

JOE BATES laughed out loud at CUOS’s one dimensional Rake’s Progress, but worries it may have missed the point.

Classical Music: The Best of Lent Term

JOE BATES launches the new classical music column and tells you why Elgar’s Gerontius, the visit of Libor Pesek and an interesting marriage of Figaro and Facebook mean that Cambridge concert-goers are in for a treat.

Review: Pelleas et Melisande

JOE CONWAY enjoyed a production of Pelléas et Mélisande that was somewhat marred by clumsy and static direction.