A talented production of the intensely gripping 1956 play
DANIEL CLEMENT isn’t convinced by this adaptation of Faustus, that suffers from first-night syndrome.
A rainbow, a penguin, a place called Llareggub – Little Show Peep shepherds you through an eclectic selection of shows.
NANCY NAPPER-CANTER: shit-hot acting, half-baked play.
NANCY NAPPER CANTER is let down by a distinctly un-talented production.
KIERAN CORCORAN enjoys watching actors pretend to act as actors who are pretending to act angry about acting. Or something.
The future of bops at Queens’ is on the line after vandalism of gyp rooms during Halloween.
Theatre Editor CAITLIN DOHERTY gets blinded by the pies into enjoying something she definitely shouldn’t.
Delivered with charming enthusiasm, alas, the Medics’ Revue is neither confidently nerdy nor cool enough for TABATHA LEGGETT.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN carries out a controlled investigation of a play which, despite a standout performance, is ultimately blinded by its own science.
LAURIE COLDWELL’s mind melts in the face of our first ever unclassifiable play.
Wearied Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN can’t stand a play which can’t stand.
RACHEL CUNLIFFE loved this show, though argues it ‘should come with a warning attached: do not see this if you have ever had your heart broken’.
Our resident Drama Queen’s guide to what’s on in Week 7.
TOBY PARKER REES: ‘If a nine year old Michael Mcintyre… had been asked to do an assembly about Cambridge, this is what he would have created’.