someone who'll watch over me

Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me

There’s more to this hostage-situation play than meets the eye writes SAM RABY

Crazy and unexpected and hilarious

The Importance of Being Improvised

LOUIS SHANKAR applauds a show ‘fully aware of its own ludicrousness’

A production that got a bit carried away

thing with feathers

REBEKAH-MIRON CLAYTON was not impressed with this piece of physical theatre

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Found in Translation

CHLOE COLEMAN and TIM SQUIRRELL enlist the help of Google Translate to make sense of Found In Translation.


Oh Deer! Muntjac Euthanised at Corpus

A deer trapped on Corpus Christi property is put down by the RSPCA.

Some excellent trotter-acting

Animal Farm

ZOE D’AVIGNON praises the pigs of Animal Farm

grey matters

Grey Matters

LARA FERRIS and MAGGIE BRIDGE very much enjoyed their soirée with Grey Matters.

Dame Donald is just one of many high profile academics to call for reform

Beard backs calls for more females in Academia

More than 50 senior Cambridge academics have called for a more ‘inclusive’ selection process for senior research positions.

Footlights: hilarious (sometimes)

Footlights Presents: Dümpf

LOUIS SHANKAR reviews another ‘mixed’ night of comedy

An excellent and groundbreaking example of student theatre

The Other Line

SOPHIE WILLIAMS applauds this fantastic play

Hallucinogenic butterflies out in full force (credit: Paper Butterfly Productions)

Mercury Fur

LOUIS SHANKAR is captivated by this shocking tale

Apocalypse tempered by enthusiasm


LAURA PATERSON is let down by an ambitious drama that descends into cliché

Imagine a supervision with this guy

Not exactly A-don-is. Don sculpture fails to impress

Cambridge city council have rejected a bid for the erection of a 13 foot statue of a university don.

witty and insightful sketches


LAURA PATERSON enjoys a late-night, one-man sketch series at the ADC


Tab Tries: Orbital Physics

Engling by name and actor by nature, ROBBIE AIRD sits in on a NatSci supervision and lives to tell the tale


A View From Helen

New Culture Columnist HELEN SIMMONS shares her experiences of life after Cambridge – and how dream jobs are worth waiting for.