FRANCESCA HILL was blown away by CUMTS’ musical depictions of the apocalypse.
TOMMY SHANE has had a crisis of faith in his previous reverence for the Footlights after this not-so-awe-inspiring pantomime.
Frimston and Rowett are swell, just swell in JEFF CARPENTER’s book.
JEFF CARPENTER is merrily blown away by this top shelf music.
BASIL FRANCIS is left in the dark by this novelty smoker.
KIKI BETTS-DEAN is reduced to a gibbering toddler of enthusiasm by a play that wasn’t even rehearsed.
AMI JONES is brought right back to her school days. And no, not in a bad way.
She shall be great, and shall be called THEATRE GUIDE DOG IV, and she shall reign over Cambridge theatre for ever, and of her kingdom there shall be no end. Amen.
JEFF CARPENTER find Acis and Galatea a musical delight, despite its total silliness.
Cue JEFF CARPENTER’s review to boo, sudbue then eschew Avenue Q so you don’t have to.
Cantab Chris Wilson has reached the semi-finals of national competition ‘Live and Unsigned’, and could perform at the O2 if he makes it to the finals.
JEFF CARPENTER honks for great music and tech, but gags on weaker performances than we’ve come to expect.
JOE BATES finds Jeff Carpenter’s Dido and Aeneas so bad it’s not even so-bad-it’s-funny.
KIERAN CORCORAN casts puppy love aside to serve the dark lady of Theatre.
JEFF CARPENTER soars on wings of camp musical glory.
JEFF CARPENTER does the hard work so you don’t have to- three top lad’s mags thoroughly reviewed for your reading pleasure.
LEO PARKER REES: ‘Very probably talented writers… But they have miles to go before they sleep contentedly on a pillow of my approval.’
JEFF CARPENTER is underwhelmed by the ‘wonderful man’ that is Mr Scruff.