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REVIEW: ‘Maklena’ by Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club

4.5 Stars

I’ve always intentionally avoided anything by Cambridge theatre groups. I may be myself a bit of a snob but I conversely have always had an inverted snobbery towards the more elite institutions such as Oxford or Cambridge. Being painfully Lower-Middle Class as I am at least allows me to look down in both directions.

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Fringe Diary 2017

Fringe Diary – Day 24: Where There’s a Hill


Another day of deviation from the Fringe norm. No shows today, instead I chose to keep a promise I’d made to myself since I knew I was coming back to Edinburgh this year and climbed Arthur’s Seat.

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Fringe Diary – Day 22: Twenty-Second Night


Today I saw a show I’d been looking forward to for months. Antonym Theatre were responsible was Staircases, one of my favourite shows of 2015 Fringe. I’d has to miss the show last year as I left before they came up, but this year I my time in the city once again coincided with their run. I was ecstatic and, it turns out, right to be so. They’ve produced another great show this year with Side Orders still on for one more show at time of writing I believe.

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Fringe Diary – Day 18: Zoo Unto Others


And now for something, completely different.

We’d always meant to do this last year, but somehow never got around to it. This time however, we took action. We booked it in advance and looked ourselves in. Today, we (by we I mean Myself, Frazer, Jenna, and Talia) went to Zoo. And it was amazing!

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