Wit, charm and warmth in deepest Yorkshire.
Unpolished but a delight nonetheless.
A thrilling, deeply uncomfortable, and striking production
If I were a fifty year old man I’d say it was ‘a romp of an evening’.
Some outstanding acting, but the interpretation as a whole lacked conviction
Robyn Bellinger was impressed by Hippolytus, an ancient play with a fresh perspective
Warning: ecstatic reviewer.
Technical difficulties unfortunately handicap a talented cast, says Carine Valarche.
Robyn Bellinger saw huge potential in Great Expectations but felt the energy was lacking.
Dani Cugini is confused and mesmerised by one of Cambridge’s most experimental shows to date.
Shakespeare’s meditation on vice and virtue has been marvellously brought to life by the Marlowe Society at The Cambridge Arts Theatre.
Jamie P. Robson is enchanted by this pitch-perfect production of Brian Friel’s humorous, touching play about the uncertainties of leaving home.
I will never look at asparagus the same way again.
Or: ‘https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galileo_Galilei – The Play’
The History Boys demands a livelier production to match the scintillating wit of the script, says Jamie P. Robson.
Luke Dell was thoroughly impressed by this poetic adaptation of the Grimm Brothers’ infamous fairy-tales.
Helen Ockenden enjoys a fast-moving sketch show from the minds of veteran funny folks, Robb and Knights.