Just in time for the Michaelmas 2011 season, here’s a performer’s-eye view of Cambridge’s best-loved (and now newest) theatre space.
JEFF CARPENTER find Acis and Galatea a musical delight, despite its total silliness.
PHOEBE LUCKHURST overcomes her ADHD to appreciate a big, stylish dollop of Brecht.
JESSICA PATTERSON is happy to see Themes replaced with ideas: “slick, clever and, perhaps most importantly, not what Cambridge is used to”
LOTTIE UNWIN ‘couldn’t help but feel that the play, which on paper has nothing wrong with it, deserved more support’ from a bigger audience.’
TOBY JONES thinks more theatre should be like this show and about having a good time.