Rory Sachs thought Comedy Weakly’s fast-paced hour of one liners and surreal stereotypes will fit in with the Late-Show crowd.
They seem to have forgotten they’d given exclusive rights to the National Theatre.
FREYA HARRIS is pleasantly surprised by the cheesy tunes of the CU Show Choir
HELENA ROY does actually like a somewhat limp production of Marlowe.
THEA HAWLIN develops a ravenous appetite for the delectable Kat Griffiths.
Some shows are prize turkeys. Some shows, like this one, just depict the buying of prize turkeys through the medium of well-handled character acting. In response, AMI JONES’ cup o’er runneth with cheer and bodily effusions.
The ADC lateshow leaves KIERAN CORCORAN with a less than tragic sense of disappointment as the cruelty and tenderness treads the fine line between subtle and dull.
LEO PARKER-REES is turned off by a drama that misses the point of television.
New writing at the Corpus Playroom leaves JAMES STANIFORTH pleasantly surprised but still waiting for his coffee.
ZULFIQAR ALI finds the ADC lateshow unafraid to make a break from convention, even if the convention is sometimes ‘being funny’.
EMMA ROBERTS discovers that the revolution probably won’t be theatrical-ised either.
One actor, one reviewer. AMI JONES sounds off about a lateshow with sloppy moments that redeems itself by the end.
ABBIE SAUNDERS gets all animated over a musical Disney binge. She may even have been singing along.
In the second thrust of her Week 8 double-whammy, MATILDA WNEK glories in a whole hour of just Abi Tedder and a fistful of lolz.