English finalist Will Dalrymple marked Shakespeare’s Deathday by reciting a speech atop the famous sculpture.
Shakespeare’s meditation on vice and virtue has been marvellously brought to life by the Marlowe Society at The Cambridge Arts Theatre.
Dani Cugini decides that this warmly witty production is truly As She Likes It. (Get it? Get it? I’ll let myself out.)
31 colleges, all alike in dignity, in fair Cambridge where we lay our scene.
Robyn Bellinger found few errors in this comedy.
Molly O’Connor came to this show with high expectations and they were certainly met.
We sat down with Toby Marlow (the tamer) and Kate Reid (the shrew) to find out about Shakespeare, Americans and life on the road.
Four Shakespeare plays. One vote.
A good show, if a little confused
Mark Danciger is more than impressed with this traditional and polished performance of Henry IV.
Once more unto the Arts Theatre, dear friends, once more.
AOIFE KENNAN interviews professional West-End director, Lisa Blair, who is currently in Cambridge directing the production of Henry V.
JESS LIM finds Macbeth a strong and enjoyable production, though not without flaws which prevent it from being great
Pembroke Player’s home leg of their Japan Tour demonstrates impressive acting, despite a sparse production
The Sunday Serial continues as we join Anna in her first supervision of term. This one’s about tragedy