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King Lear

MATILDA WNEK finds a Lear with flashes of brilliance that is ultimately unable to weather the storm.

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Wolfson June Event

MATILDA WNEK manages to keep her evening afloat, but is hardly swept away by an event titanic in name only.

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Not About Angels

MATILDA WNEK gets happy about a play that is as well performed as it is crafted.

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Romeo and Juliet

MATILDA WNEK finds a story of woe – but an inconsistent one – in an ADC production that hasn’t the vision to take its text all the way.

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Anything But (A One-Woman Play)

In the second thrust of her Week 8 double-whammy, MATILDA WNEK glories in a whole hour of just Abi Tedder and a fistful of lolz.

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The Tempest

MATILDA WNEK is frustrated by the storytelling strategy of a production that is less than the sum of its parts.

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Babushka

MATILDA WNEK takes childish yet well-articulated delight in devised theatre from beyond the Iron Curtain.

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The House We Grew Up In

MATILDA WNEK sees good new writing in the English Faculty Basement. A surprised choir of angels would have descended were they not put off by some iffy direction and performances.

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The Duchess of Malfi

A script ill-managed, a play ill-acted. MATILDA WNEK is murdered by monotony.

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How Do I Love Thee?

MATILDA WNEK counts the ways in which the poetry anthologies being sold to misguided lovers are perfectly antithetical to romance. Let her steer you back on course with a few helpful suggestions of poems to stick in your lover’s pigeon-hole on Monday

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Much Ado About Nothing

MATILDA WNEK revels in the revels of a production which reveals what’s been there all along. Awwww.

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Closer

According to MATILDA WNEK, this play comes closer to five stars than anything else she’s seen in Cambridge.

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Why are people so pessimistic about ‘student theatre’?

MATILDA WNEK: ‘Student theatre’ is dogged with associations of pretension, vacuity, talentless posing and dull or overambitious interpretations of classic texts, much more fiercely than unprofessional versions of other art forms.

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Cambridge Battle Heat to Reach Debate Semis

Cambridge sent four teams to the World Universities Debating Championships last week, to compete for the title of World’s Best Team in Botswana

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Uncovered: Occupation Who’s Who

“They’ve got a legitimate reason to not do work; they’ve got the moral high ground; they’ve even got bloody Scottish dancing.” MATILDA WNEK wonders why you were not at the occupation.

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Arabian Nights

MATILDA WNEK: “there’s only so far you can go with a production whose highlight is a crab impression.”

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