With another day comes another poll. This time the nominated dramas played at Corpus Playroom.

Please vote for your best-but-not-actually-the-best-more-a-subjective-view-of-a-number-of-respondents Corpus Playroom drama. Many congratulations to the following 6 plays that made the cut:

Copenhagen, by Michael Frayn

7:00pm, Tue 14th October 2014 – Sat 18th October 2014

‘Copenhagen is a fantastic play, without a doubt.’ A reminder here.

copenhagen

 

The Man, by James Graham

9:30pm, Tue 14th October 2014 – Sat 18th October 2014

Again, where this show lacks a Tab review it makes up for in nominations. It was very well received back in October for its originality and strong performances.

the man

 

The Laramie Project, by Moisés Kaufman

7:00pm, Tue 4th November 2014 – Sat 8th November 2014

4 stars for a play which made full use of the space and was ‘both captivating and slick’.

laramie

 

Proof, by David Auburn

7:00pm, Tue 18th November 2014 – Sat 22nd November 2014

It flew the kite. This play was awarded a whole 5 stars. A reminder of ‘just how great Cambridge theatre can be.’

proof

 

The Weir, by Conor McPherson

7:00pm, Tue 17th February 2015 – Sat 21st February 2015

Awarded a confident 2.1, the play was praised for immersing its audience in its world from the get-go.

the weir

 

Way to Heaven, by Juan Mayorga

7:00pm, Tue 5th May 2015 – Sat 9th May 2015

‘I couldn’t take my eyes off the stage’. 4 stars.

way to heaven

VOTE NOW:

We are still welcoming nominations for the other categories. Keep them coming to theatre@cambridgetab.co.uk.

  • ee

    Attempts on her Life probably best show I’ve seen in Cambridge

    • it was excellent

      but the tab didn’t bother reviewing it so wouldn’t be able to include a nice little link in their description

      • PJ

        would have certainly included it if anyone had sent in a nice little nomination

      • erm?

        Tab ran a preview of the show though so actually it has nothing to do with links or descriptions, rather the lack of nominations. – to avoid this undemocratic injustice ever happening again you’d need to actually nominate… I’m pretty sure that’s how it works.

  • Where’s Proof?

    It’s on the list in the article, but hasn’t showed up in the poll at the bottom

    • Corrected

      In the poll now

  • The Man