Shakespeare’s meditation on vice and virtue has been marvellously brought to life by the Marlowe Society at The Cambridge Arts Theatre.
Joanna Taylor thinks this was a darkly funny show which didn’t quite live up to expectations.
JOSSIE EVANS escapes revision for an evening and finds it really rather pleasant.
HANNAH MIRSKY was impressed by the acting, but the production wasn’t up to scratch.
Culture Editor RIVKAH BROWN feels that the Marlowe Society’s latest offering falls a little short of expectations.
Theatre Editor CAITLIN DOHERTY shares her top tips on how to make it in the world of Cambridge theatre.
KIERAN CORCORAN talks to expert director CARL HEAP, who is directing The Marlowe Society’s production of ‘Much Ado About Nothing’. And has a bit of an obsession with oranges.
The Theatre Guide Dog broke out of jail too, but still took the time to give you the theatre fix you crave. He’s so loyal it might as well be proverbial.
BEN BLYTH finds a production that betters the play, and tells Cambridge theatre to up its game. Ian McKellen does not comment.
ANNA SHEINMAN has a laugh, with caveats.
TOBY PARKER-REES leads you through the methadone (not mephedrone) dreamscape of the week’s theatrical events.
Promising ADC production ‘The Alchemist’ has been cancelled after an outbreak of mumps.