Footlights President of 2013 Harry Michell is returning to the ADC this week with a new show, ready for the Edinburgh Fringe. He talks to LARA FERRIS all about comedy and life out of Cambridge.
In response to the defence of The Footlights, TOMMY SHANE argues for the importance of criticism over blanket praise.
NICHOLAS HULBERT is left chuckling long into the night with this quirky Cambridge sketch show.
JACK EMMINS is left uninspired by an evening of comedy that, though funny, has been done many times before.
HANNAH QUINN found this production absofuckinglutely… difficult to get excited about.
Sins are committed both on- and off-stage for BASIL FRANCIS this week.
What happens when you cross strong performances with an unadventurous premise? JAKE ARNOTT finds out.
KIERAN CORCORAN has gotten theatrical diabetes from the end-of-term musical.
BASIL FRANCIS finds both disappointment and delight at this fortnight’s smoker.
Are student reviews bad news? HARRY MICHELL and AMI JONES battle it out.
ELLIE OGILVIE and a singleton audience lift their hearts with a Footlights Smoker.
Bosh. Bing. Bang. ALEX HUGHES loves this smoker so much she is reduced to onomatopoeia
NANCY NAPPER CANTER [pause] likes [pause] this [pause] play.
New writing at the Corpus Playroom leaves JAMES STANIFORTH pleasantly surprised but still waiting for his coffee.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG shares her tragic past, but only because it has something to do with this week’s theatre. She’s not some kind of sop, you guys.