JOSSIE EVANS escapes revision for an evening and finds it really rather pleasant.
“In order to fulfil what is potentially a very important function, Hatch needs to re-examine its identity… until it does so, I cannot offer it my support.” Hatch still hasn’t cracked it, writes JAMES MACNAMARA.
JAMES MACNAMARA is a red-blooded critic and he likes his poetry raw.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG has an important lesson for you all this week.
Clichés are a sign of very bad writing and JAMES MACNAMARA has counted all these chickens many times before.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG heralds the end of the world (though not for the first time). Theatre too.
TOBY PARKER REES fervently believes that you are either a scumbag, a maggot, a cheap lousy faggot or all of the above. The week’s theatre may crop up intermittently.
Theatre Editors JESSICA PATTERSON & TOBY PARKER-REES are pleasantly surprised by a thoughtfully curated evening of new writing.
TOBY PARKER-REES kicks you around like the dirty little sket you are but tells you all about the week’s theatre so it’s all ok.
Actress and Jesus College student Ellie Kendrick talks to HOLLY STEVENSON about her career so far, her Cambridge projects, and the dissertation that she really should have written by now…