So much drama
They seem to have forgotten they’d given exclusive rights to the National Theatre.
From Luke Skywalker to Lare+Lola, we bring you all the must-attend events for this week
Sayana Turpin-Aviram was entertained by Bugsy Malone, a subversive take on the world of 1920s gangsters.
Robyn Bellinger saw huge potential in Great Expectations but felt the energy was lacking.
Shakespeare’s meditation on vice and virtue has been marvellously brought to life by the Marlowe Society at The Cambridge Arts Theatre.
Jamie P. Robson is enchanted by this pitch-perfect production of Brian Friel’s humorous, touching play about the uncertainties of leaving home.
‘You can often find me being too tactile in the ADC Bar.’
An imperfect but entertaining show that provides endless surprises, says Dani Cugini.
A proficient, if not dazzling, performance of a modern classic, says DANI CUGINI
The History Boys demands a livelier production to match the scintillating wit of the script, says Jamie P. Robson.
An enjoyably dark one-act play with a stunning lead. Perfect if you fancy an exploration of education and violence – outside of supervisions, that is …
Jamie P. Robson chats to the brains behind the upcoming production of The History Boys about cross-casting, foreskins, and breaking the glass fourth wall
Side effects of the Addenbrooke’s Charity Panto may include joy, laughter, and a great evening out, diagnoses Dr. Truelove.
Justin Yang was enchanted by Trojan Barbie, a timely and haunting meditation on the timeless themes of conflict and suffering
Sayana enjoyed Arsenic and Old Lace, an experience not in the least dampened by the sudden non-theatrical drama in the middle of proceedings
Jacob Haddad thought that Love, Love, Love was timely and thought-provoking, with real emotional punch