Last year former Tab editor KIERAN CORCORAN made it all the way to Gatwick airport. Read his advice and do better.
KIERAN CORCORAN out of the funniest funnymen that there are amongst funny people, the one who was supposed to be the funniest of the funniest funnymen was the least funny of the funniest funnymen.
KIERAN CORCORAN: Richard II talks the talk, but can it walk the walk?
KIERAN CORCORAN has gotten theatrical diabetes from the end-of-term musical.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is ditching the C of E to become the next Master of Magdalene.
Tough questions inside and protests outside made sure DSK didn’t get an easy ride in his headline Union appearance.
We should give The Union more credit than it gets.
(2 + 4)/2 = 3. If you aren’t a mathmo, you’ll need to read on to work out what editor KIERAN CORCORAN means.
Katie Price has accused Union members of being rude at dinner, as part of an attack on private education.
Selwyn’s JCR have attacked the Archbishop of York’s stance on gay marriage in an open letter.
Editor KIERAN CORCORAN predicts that this play will be suddenly killed by being bad.
Why ‘Best in Cambridge’ could demonstrate the worst in Reality Television.
Alternative Cambridge Club Kambar has shut down and will re-open as a “classy” champagne bar.
Pierre Novellie does comedy so good that KIERAN CORCORAN has to resort to contrived references to Japanese gameshows to express it fully. KAWAAAI.
David Leigh has won the Easter term Union Presidency after standing uncontested in a surprisingly clean election.
KIERAN CORCORAN delights in double dollops of delectable duologuing deliciousness.
New survey results show students at nearly every other uni drink more than the average Cambridge student.
KIERAN CORCORAN enjoys watching actors pretend to act as actors who are pretending to act angry about acting. Or something.
An official-looking sign banning masturbation has appeared in St Andrews’ university library.
Ex-Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN summons up his old enthusiasm to interview the folks behind this year’s Oxford Greek Play, ‘Clytemnestra’.
Charlie Gilmour has been released from prison after serving four months inside for his part in student protests. But will he be coming back to Cambridge?