Revival of the play by William Shakespeare
Benet Catty’s delightful offering... From start to finish, each member oozed energy, enthusiasm and, in some cases more than others, brilliant comic timing.
Standing out from her peers by far was Elena Clements as the cross-dressing Viola. Her perfectly-timed facial expressions and gestures hilariously conveyed Viola’s squirming awkwardness fending off Olivia’s unwanted advances.
Most memorable performance of the night by far has to go to Timothy Weston as the foppish Sir Andrew Aguecheek... this was a performance difficult to forget.
Other stand-out turns came from A.W King as the insufferable Malvolio and the guitar-playing Gareth Llewellyn as the fool Feste.
Catty (has) once again delivered an entertaining and amusing production that was definitely worth cycling through a torrential tempest for.
Cambridge Evening News