This is beyond problematic
Life advice from an awkward finalist
An open letter to Cambridge: Please act, and act quickly
or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Wikipedia Binge.
Existential crisis ft. tinsel
A reviewer talks about what it means to ‘watch’
A rough-edged but arresting take on Brecht’s satire
They’ve completely misunderstood what trigger warnings do
Mo’ money? No problem
9am: cure cancer. 11am: brunch…
Don’t be dippy – upgrade your chippy
Fight tiredness and stress with these foodie tips
A shattering, stunning portrait of Iraq and its people
This article is free from: meat, eggs, dairy, wit, substance
Pass the aioli, darling
Best sushi in Cambridge? Hidden gems? Dani Cugini’s got you covered
And it’s hitting vulnerable students hardest
An uneven but jovial production at Pembroke New Cellars
An ingenious take on dystopia, spun around a troubled love story
Cheng’s comedy draws humour from the most unexpected places
But equally, my hair is none of your fucking business
A Tab investigation into the college bars of the bubble
Plenty of fish in the… pool colleges
All of your failures are just character-building
This may be Cambridge but I don’t think anyone else does either.
PART 1 of The Tab’s Alt-Guide to Cambridge (for those who are too eDgY for Stickybeaks)
Dear the Buzzcocks team: us wretched perpetrators of scum and villainy are big fans.
Putting the ‘lit’ into ‘frugality’
If you do English, you might want to Google what a ‘lecture’ is first
Cambridge entertainment that won’t break the bank
Promising work-in-progress, not top-bill blowout, says Dani Cugini.
Dani Cugini is a reluctant Fan of this spirited but messy Wilde rendition.
We caught up with the cast and crew before Tuesday’s debut
Profound, polished and explosive: this wonderful play is in capable hands.
Design and performance errors mar a captivating premise
“I like sketches better than standup; you have to work harder”
Shakespeare returns to the ADC in fine style.
A gorgeous, troubling play that sticks in the throat.
Tinder may be somewhat soulless, but at least it’s not OKCupid
Only in Cambridge would there be TWO skulls missing at the same time
This fairytale of New York is as magical as ever.
Dani Cugini has never regretted hating wine more.
Fabricated diversity isn’t diversity.
I was going to joke about how this show was highly a-moose-ing, but I wanted to retain some journalistic integrity
An all-star showcase of comedy, buzzers and the occasional parrot
Dani Cugini is confused and mesmerised by one of Cambridge’s most experimental shows to date.
There will be blood, Daniella Cugini warns – rather a lot of it, actually
An imperfect but entertaining show that provides endless surprises, says Dani Cugini.
A proficient, if not dazzling, performance of a modern classic, says DANI CUGINI
Dani Cugini is enchanted by this lively, quirky production of Shakespeare’s most festive comedy
5 lesbians. 1 quiche. What could go wrong? Almost everything, Dani Cugini discovers, in this hilarious play.
Dani Cugini is still recovering from this brilliant production
Dani Cugini decides that this warmly witty production is truly As She Likes It. (Get it? Get it? I’ll let myself out.)