Adam Hess, owner of ‘the softest lips in Croydon’, nailed a headline set at Wolfson’s comedy night, says Jamie P. Robson.
An atmospheric night of comedy with no weak links
TOMÁS SABAT kicks off his freshers week with a cracking night of comedy featuring household name Russell Howard.
OLI THICKNESSE is thoroughly entertained by a stellar line-up that throws something new into the mix of Cambridge comedy.
The last Howler of term ends on a high for DANIEL JONES, who deems it ‘still one of the best comedy nights in Cambridge’.
Nothing makes KIERAN CORCORAN blue; not even bad theatre. See him clown his way through the week to come.
GORDON PAL asks of the best Wolfson Holwer yet, “More of the same next term, please.”
LOTTIE UNWIN gets her lolz out with the lads.
ROBERT SMITH introduces his summer column, full of ways to avoid the sunshine.
CHLOE MASHITER: ‘The event was a lot like an episode of the Crystal Maze – undeniably enjoyable and entertaining, but somewhat frustrating when a couple of seemingly simple tasks weren’t successfully completed.’
Our resident Drama Queen’s run through of what is on in Week Four. While students are busy working hard, Cambridge professionals are dominating the boards.
LOTTIE UNWIN: ‘I will never again not be at the Wolfson Howler. I can’t dispute there aren’t flaws but, for a fiver it is a fantastic night of honest, unpolished stand up.’
LIAM WILLIAMS samples TIM KEY’s view of comedy: ‘It does make you happy. It doesn’t destroy your personal relationships. That’s what I’ve found.’
Our resident Drama Queen tells us what’s on in Week 3.
Our resident Drama Queen’s guide to what’s on in Week 8.
Our resident Drama Queen’s guide to what’s on in Week 4.
Our resident Drama Queen’s guide to what’s on in Week 1