‘I didn’t mean to fall in love’ says the character Jamie Blake at the microphone.
Howling Moon tells the story of a girl who enters a mystical, magical land where the trees weep and dance, foxes and wolves talk, and strange figures dressed in black speak inner s…
Diane Spencer or ‘Lady Di’ as she is sometimes known, bounces onto stage.
Imagine Julio Iglesias, then slap on a skewed, cheap black wig, ill-fitting false teeth and high-waisted trousers pulled so high that his penis is forced to lodge at the side of hi…
The Footlights are one of the most famous comedy groups of all time, and there certainly was a buzz of celebrity in the packed out venue.
The word ‘riot’ has been on everyone’s lips the past few days.
The stage is dark as three figures in black cloaks pop up from the audience speaking rhyming couplets; it is a cheap pantomime joke and I thought the show would get better.
Seann Walsh is young, attractive and blonde.
Sammy J performs a different kind of comedy.
‘I’m famous in America you know, like, seriously’.
When the average person thinks of student comedy they automatically think of the glory days of the Cambridge Footlights and then maybe the Oxford Revue.
As the title suggests, this is a show about Ruby Wax losing her mind, her marbles, her grip on reality, her will to live or whatever you want to call it.