Broadway Baby

Whilst an undergraduate at Cambridge James played small roles in Timon of Athens and Rhinoceros, and the title character in the ground breaking play William Fergus Stuart (written by William Fergus Stuart). He went on to write and edit reviews for the Cambridge Tab, and was a member of the Broadway Baby team last year.


★★★★
Government Inspector

Government Inspector

Russia. 1970. Sex crazed, greedy and idiotic, the local government rules over a bleak isolated town with an iron fist. When they receive warning that an incognito government inspector from St. Petersburg is en route to investigate, panic duly ensues. This dandified stranger demands bribes, flirts Continue Reading

★★★★
Jazz Rite of Spring

Jazz Rite of Spring

A stunning re-interpretation of Stravinsky's masterpiece by stylish contemporary pianist/composer David Patrick and his all-star ensemble. Acclaimed on UK and German tours: ‘A triumph - genuinely exciting with rich, strong voicings - people were on their feet cheering after the slamming finale!’ Continue Reading

Hamlet

Hamlet

FramBag Theatre present a sharp and pacy version of Shakespeare's classic tale, full of theatrical fun and visual thrills, with a dash of black comedy and a spattering of bloody horror. In a remote, decaying asylum, where England has become a dark and gloomy basement for carrying out torturous Continue Reading

★★★★
Occupied

Occupied

Students have occupied this theatre. They haven’t got all the answers but at least they’re trying to do something. Occupied is a (hopefully optimistic) comedy about the difficulties of student activism. It won the RSC/Marlowe Society Other Prize for playwriting in 2013 where the judge admitted Continue Reading

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