And by a landslide.
The Tab is giving out free CV points.
LUKE HEPPENSTALL-WEST is sickeningly positive about a show that blew him away despite being totally extravagent
College authorities succumb to the people’s demand for glorified, semi-ironic organised fun
They were the ones who insisted they’d stop writing when you stopped reading
5 lesbians. 1 quiche. What could go wrong? Almost everything, Dani Cugini discovers, in this hilarious play.
Hannah Calascione’s show made Jonathan Ben-Shaul laugh, cry and left him completely breathless and wanting more.
Lia Johansen-Villanueva was promised cocktails and an evening of laughter. The team behind And Then There Were Nuns delivered, and even threw in a lovely furry hat.
Fresher director Eva O’Flynn discusses dealing with themes of rape and abuse of women in theatre on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
Jon Cooper rounds up the weekly news
She was in Leeds, I was in Cambridge, 150 miles away. She messaged me as she was harassed and groped by an unknown but persistant stranger. There was nothing I could do.
Nationwide student-night juggernauts Gold Teeth are coming to town TOMORROW.
Morality isn’t about being cool
ANNA WHITE has a wonderful break at Be Waffle
The Pembroke Players have crafted a flawed but undeniably fun production of an early Wodehousian gem, says Jamie P. Robson.
We asked the Union presidential candidates why you should vote for them