Excellent comedy let down by a silly premise
A laugh filled ensemble of self-deprecating gaffes
A comedy that parodies itself, featuring everything from Stalin to Green Day, and is guaranteed to make you laugh.
An unexpected announcement
Shows like this are why Cambridge theatre is so great
Once you’re in, there’s no getting out
As a Footlights virgin, I did not quite know what to expect from the Footlights Spring Revue 2017: Behind Closed Doors.
An all female and non-binary line up fail to disappoint.
Just the way to round off your term.
Thespian joy for Week 5 gloom
Miles Kekwick is impressed with a ‘premier league’ show
Week 4 brings with it musical foliage, exiled women, comical infant teeth and satirical Trump
‘They didn’t make nearly as many virgin jokes as I was expecting’
Week 3 coming at you with tea, pirates, and collapsing scenery.
Promising work-in-progress, not top-bill blowout, says Dani Cugini.
We caught up with the cast and crew before Tuesday’s debut
Joseph Spencer is confused by this year’s Footlights Harry Porter Prize winner
“I like sketches better than standup; you have to work harder”
Buttnik was funny, witty and thought-provoking, says Peter Curry.
So much drama