Excellent comedy let down by a silly premise
Prokofiev’s ballet is stunningly performed and incredibly moving.
Francesco Loy Bell was impressed by a professional and innovative performance.
A better alternative than trying to sort through the chaos of all the Facebook events you’ve clicked attending on.
Joanna Taylor and Tom Whittaker get pissed, go to the ADC and find out what they get up to in Girton.
♪♪ You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life ♪♪
WILL DALRYMPLE delves deep into this ‘real horroshow’ of a play…
The Funk Lordz are back, looking to perk us up with some deliciously sultry tunes
LOUIS DU SAUZAY thinks up-and-coming band Young Kato proved their potential at the Portland Arms.
With Week 1 now like, so last week, MAYA HAMMY provides some essential choonage to congratulate you on all your hard work.
HANNAH MIRSKY is left breathless by a show that has fun in (almost) the filthiest way possible.
SAM MELLOR aims to lead at least a few of our library slaves to unsavoury raves with a preview of the term’s club life.
LEORA TARATULA-LYONS is disappointed by a dance production distracted by its own ‘hubristic’ ambitions
ALICE BOUGHTON finds hidden treasure deep in the black box of Corpus Playroom.
A Mambo Marauder active Lola Lo was given 4 weeks inside for stealing phones while DANCING.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG delves ever deeper into delusion and denial.
ELLIOTT HILLARY reckons this term’s Emma Ents ended on a fantastic D/R/U/G/S fuelled high.
‘We do it to give a draw dropping, tantalising experience.’ EVIE PRICHARD talks to Burlesque performers CHERRY AND RUBY about sequins, french knickers and nudity.