A macabre sense of humour grips London Road
HOPE MCNULTY went to see Roald Dahl’s anthologies brought to life at Corpus
This humorous show with Pembroke Cellars roots has not lost the sense of what originally gave the group so much charm.
This deconstructed production is almost the non-play Cambridge needs.
This isn’t your average caravan holiday
Guy balancing ladder on chin not included
Dani Cugini is a reluctant Fan of this spirited but messy Wilde rendition.
It’s time to get Friki up at Corpus Playroom
A gorgeous, troubling play that sticks in the throat.
Jacob Haddad thought that Love, Love, Love was timely and thought-provoking, with real emotional punch
Maskerade narrowly avoids making a hatchet job of Pratchett.
Friel’s Dancing at Lughnasa offers a gentle yet moving portrait of an impoverished Irish family, says Jamie P. Robson.
5 lesbians. 1 quiche. What could go wrong? Almost everything, Dani Cugini discovers, in this hilarious play.
Hannah Calascione’s show made Jonathan Ben-Shaul laugh, cry and left him completely breathless and wanting more.