Howard Theatre

REVIEW: Hay Fever

Lashings of 1920s style gallivanting around – hurrah! Jolly good show.

REVIEW: Lulu: A Carnal Tragedy

I will never look at asparagus the same way again.

Twelfth Night

LEO PARKER REES finds himself washed up on a shore of mediocrity. Pleasingly, his brother was there too.

Theatre Guide Dog: Week 0

In case you missed it in the paper, here’s the fresh-look THEATRE GUIDE DOG to scoff you through the maze of Cambridge theatre while you’re still dazzled by the lights.

Six Characters In Search of an Author

Long-suffering critic TABATHA LEGGETT is unimpressed with the term’s 142nd take on metatheatre. There are some laughs, but for rather the wrong reasons.

The Duchess of Malfi

A script ill-managed, a play ill-acted. MATILDA WNEK is murdered by monotony.

Theatre Guide Dog: Week 5

Nothing makes KIERAN CORCORAN blue; not even bad theatre. See him clown his way through the week to come.

Totally Tom

This was no extended YouTube mockumentary: a critical PHOEBE LUCKHURST is enthralled by the duo’s polished and hilarious sketch show.

Donkey’s Years

KIERAN CORCORAN sups a warming broth of Oxbridge archetypes.

Review: The Relapse

BEN BLYTH recommends the brand new Howard Theatre’s first play.