A director defends his production
A musical in two directions.
Exam term blues are lifted with the ADC’s excellent adaptation of the classic musical.
This madcap satire is entertaining, but doesn’t entirely live up to its premise
The Cambridge Impronauts have produced an Exam Term crowd-pleaser, says Joseph Spencer.
This fairytale of New York is as magical as ever.
‘How do you make your voice heard in a world that wants to keep you quiet?’ Olivia Hylto is still not entirely sure.
Because doing a degree isn’t time consuming enough
Lia Johansen-Villanueva went to see Pippin and proceeded to fall utterly in love with three boxes, ten people, and a whole lot of magic.
As a production, BARE is almost perfect. Tonight’s performance was less so, but we both recognise its potential.
BARE is set to have you dancing and crying with a strong musical score and talented cast
FREYA HARRIS is pleasantly surprised by the cheesy tunes of the CU Show Choir
MARK DANCIGER is impressed by a phenomenal production despite struggling to follow some of the plot.
MOLLY O’CONNOR is impressed by a strong cast and a mystical show.
WILL POPPLEWELL is blown away by an evening of entertainment from some of Cambridge’s finest.
JOSH MARKS is blown away by this evening of excerpts from a new student-written musical.
From executive producer Michael Bay, a brand new sketch show-cum-musical by Footlights regulars, coming soon to a Corpus Playroom near you.