There’s something for everyone
JOSH MARKS and WILLIAM STARK try to agree after an evening of hits, and a couple of misses.
In response to the defence of The Footlights, TOMMY SHANE argues for the importance of criticism over blanket praise.
BEN POPE the current Footlights President, had a chat (interrogation) with the former Footlights President, PHIL WANG, ahead of his show Anti-Hero coming to Cambridge.
AMI JONES finds the simple things the funniest in the Footlight’s latest offering.
Sins are committed both on- and off-stage for BASIL FRANCIS this week.
BASIL FRANCIS is not all that impressed by this week’s sweet-and-sour comedy.
Mistakes and technical problems leave EMMA HATRED still none-the-wiser as to what G.G.T.H. stands for.
ELLIE OGILVIE and a singleton audience lift their hearts with a Footlights Smoker.
KIKI BETTS-DEAN narrowly avoids bag-related cliché after seeing another average Corpus Smoker
Bosh. Bing. Bang. ALEX HUGHES loves this smoker so much she is reduced to onomatopoeia
KIERAN CORCORAN doesn’t say ‘mixed bag’, because that’s not really what it was.
Comedian Phil Wang appears on the Rob Brydon Show, but it isn’t all glitz and glamour.
SOPHIE BAUER chats with the omnipresent Pierre Novellie about comedy, comedy, Footlights, comedy, Edinburgh, and women in comedy.
SOPHIE BAUER talks to the newly-crowned Footlights President, Phil ‘dollop of a man’ Wang about the Footlights presidency, pre-stage nerves, and performing alongside Lee Evans.
Cambridge’s Phil Wang recently beat off the rest of the competition to win a national student comedy award and book himself ten top gigs.
The Smoker proves to be another mixed bag of potential for TADHGH BARWELL O’CONNOR, some of it fulfilled, some of it not.