The flap of this butterfly’s wing doesn’t quite stir up the emotional storm it hopes to, says Jamie P. Robson.
Robyn Bellinger was impressed by Hippolytus, an ancient play with a fresh perspective
Lashings of 1920s style gallivanting around – hurrah! Jolly good show.
Sayana Turpin-Aviram was entertained by Bugsy Malone, a subversive take on the world of 1920s gangsters.
Robyn Bellinger saw huge potential in Great Expectations but felt the energy was lacking.
The History Boys demands a livelier production to match the scintillating wit of the script, says Jamie P. Robson.
An enjoyably dark one-act play with a stunning lead. Perfect if you fancy an exploration of education and violence – outside of supervisions, that is …
Jamie P. Robson chats to the brains behind the upcoming production of The History Boys about cross-casting, foreskins, and breaking the glass fourth wall
Side effects of the Addenbrooke’s Charity Panto may include joy, laughter, and a great evening out, diagnoses Dr. Truelove.
Justin Yang was enchanted by Trojan Barbie, a timely and haunting meditation on the timeless themes of conflict and suffering
Jamie P. Robson is enraptured by this slick production of Caryl Churchill’s arresting time capsule, a record of the joy and poignancy of contemporary life.
Sayana enjoyed Arsenic and Old Lace, an experience not in the least dampened by the sudden non-theatrical drama in the middle of proceedings
Luke Dell was thoroughly impressed by this poetic adaptation of the Grimm Brothers’ infamous fairy-tales.
Accusing the ADC of bitchiness is just lazy stereotyping
This week, HOLLY LUNT talks about her mixed experiences with the theatre scene in Cambridge.
JAKE ARNOTT’s scares children with up-and-coming playwright Penelope Skinner.
Are student reviews bad news? HARRY MICHELL and AMI JONES battle it out.