How did the American sweetheart go to hip-hop hustler and back?
The Cambridge Impronauts have produced an Exam Term crowd-pleaser, says Joseph Spencer.
A tale as old as time
Will Popplewell put CUPO’s ‘service to the test’ and was completely blown away. He really cannot ‘let it go’.
KIT FOWLER was taken on a magic carpet ride by the university pop orchestra’s night of Disney hits.
Disclaimer: this is not a Pixar film. But it’s still got some charm, writes ALEX KEMP.
An “intelligent, frightening and ultimately heart-breaking spectacle”, JAMES MITCHELL hails the Palme d’OR winner as an artistic triumph (but still thinks it should come with a warning).
HARRY DADSWELL enjoys a competent CUCO performance, but wishes they could just be a bit more, well, daring.
Everyone’s favourite babygro embodies the best of student life.
AMI JONES is brought right back to her school days. And no, not in a bad way.
RHONDA NICHOLL sneaks out to sing the praises of Cambridge’s latest medley of musical morsels, and assures you that it’s OK for you to do the same.
ABBIE SAUNDERS gets all animated over a musical Disney binge. She may even have been singing along.
The newly-sceptered THEATRE GUIDE DUKE holds audience with the serfs of Cambridge and dispenses infallible wisdom ex cathedra.
Following Deputy Editor Ellie Pithers’ diatribe on the unpaid internship, JENNA CORDEROY offers her pick of some of the best internships of the summer and how to get them.
JESS STEWART: Nicholas Cage attempts to channel his inner Aragorn. “Instead, what we’re hearing is, ‘Big Issue, anyone?'”
JESS STEWART and ROSE HILLS: “Prince of Persia: the Sands of Time’ is Disney’s latest outing, jumping on the big-budget, action-fuelled, perhaps-hinting-at-a-moral-message whilst simultaneously parading leather-clad Hollywood flesh bandwagon.’
ANGELA LIU: ‘Despite having its moments, overall the performance was less Tales of Terror and more Tales of Tedium.’
SUZANNE BURLTON: ‘this was like seeing a school play – but a good one.’
JESS STEWART: ‘The film is so brilliantly chirpy’ but still ‘There’s room in this plot for both Disney-style optimism, and edgy realism’.