Hannah Rought
Editor, The Tab Nottingham
A feminist full of contradictions - and what?

Outrage at last night’s shambles of a grad ball

Where did all the money go?

BNOC of the year: Heat 4

If you don’t know them, you’re nothing

BNOC of the year: Heat 2

This bunch are all very social

BNOC of the year: Heat 1

Their names speak for themselves

Nottingham grad Matt Carapiet’s body found in Nepal

He graduated in 2013

Finalists rush to sign petition demanding free graduation streaming

Don’t we pay enough?

Nottingham graduate Matt Carapiet missing in Nepal

He was trecking in the Langtang Valley

Nottingham falls out of top ten for student experience

Still better than Trent though

Angharad Smith is your new SU president

Like you care anyway

Steve Sidebottom and Nelly Bumschlinger are crowned Notts’ best bums

Rear of the year is here

Get ready for a hectic ten days as Varsity dates revealed

Futsal and dodgeball have been added to the line-up

No Tomorrow headliners announced

It’s going to be huge

Tragic victim of city centre murder named

The 19 year old was a local boxing champion

Mystery cat on the loose at George Green library

The ginger cat had massive furry balls

Royal lothario Harry in Nottingham for the night

Everyone’s favourite ginger is in town

My lecturers aren’t good enough and my degree is a glorified library membership

Why do I even bother

Meet the 2015 University Challenge team

They are definitely smarter than you

Help find Rolley, Rolleston’s missing kitten

The little kitten went missing last night

Cyclist hit by a car on Harrington Drive in latest collision

A second cyclist this week has been hit by a car

Karni break record in Poppy Appeal collection

University of Nottingham students break record for biggest mass student collection in history

Tickets and drinks are too spenny, I am fed up of being ripped off

Ticket prices are 40% higher in Notts

URN win best radio station for the 5th year running

Breaking records… and the award

Body found in woods next to Highfields Lake

Police say it is not suspicious

Legless student arrested for assault outside Ocean

7 legged reveller causes a commotion at Ocean

‘I thought a plane crashed into my house’: Nottingham rocked by earthquake

Cue fart jokes

‘Andy Hoe licked our toes’ – Meet the girls with the weirdest Ocean tattoo yet

Taking the devotion to a new level

LinkedIn likes Nottingham graduates

LinkedIn has viewed your profile and has endorsed us all for a decent job.

Hit and run girl has case dropped by police – and now Student Finance want money back

Still suffering from her injuries, the police have dropped her case. Now she is told to pay for lost time

Feminists slam SU reaction to Cavendish chant

‘Dig her up and fuck her rotten’ is just another example of lad culture at university

‘He drank a vial of medicinal ethanol’: Meet the Captains

You have met the ladies, now here are the boys.

‘What goes on tour stays on tour’: Meet the Captains

Here are the leading ladies of sport at Nottingham

It’s now £6 for a dip in the Ocean

Andy Hoe is putting his prices up tonight

Varsity shake up as sporting series shortened to three weeks

Varsity is going to be squeezed into three weeks with new sports added to the series too.

Crying mums on campus

Here’s a lot of mums suffering from empty nest syndrome

Fresher’s Finale re-ewinds with Artful Dodger

Nineties garage act among this year’s Week One Finale headliners. 

A sugar high at The Pudding Pantry

The Tab satisfied its sweet tooth at The Pudding Pantry, the new cafe that has opened in Nottingham city centre.

Meet 2 Magpies: The innovative theatre company created by Nottingham graduates

After their sell out tour of The Litvinenko Project at various quirky Nottingham cafes as part of the neat14 festival, we sat down with the 2 Magpies Matt Wilks and Tom Barnes.

10 things to do this week

With No Tomorrow, the Sutton Bonington farmer’s market, Under The Radar Festival and plenty of nights out, we have rounded up the best ways to celebrate the end of exams. Sorry if you’re still stuck in Hallward.

Young Knives at Rock City

We saw Young Knives at Rock City this week. The experience was somewhat unforgettable.

The Litvinenko Project at Lakeside

Do you remember when you were about 15, there was a photo of a man released to the media who looked incredibly ill, he had no hair and was painfully thin? Do you remember that he was apparently poisoned by former members of the KGB?

Spanky Van Dykes is a hipster haven

The Tab delved into the hipster haven that is Spanky Van Dykes for a spot of dinner.

10 things you missed at Dot to Dot Festival

The winner of last year’s ‘Best Metropolitan Festival’ kicked off again this weekend. Here’s what went down in Notts-town yesterday.

10 things to do this week

Finished exams or still battling through revision? There’s plenty you could be doing. This week there is the neat14 festival, singing nuns at Theatre Royal or maybe indulge in a burger.

Crocus Café: Lenton’s feel-good café

Crocus Café, volunteer run and completely vegetarian, is the oldest community café in Nottingham.

Tribes at New Theatre

Tribes at the Nottingham New Theatre is an excellent way to procrastinate from revision and essays this week.

West Side Story at Theatre Royal

West Side Story took Nottingham to New York for the performance of Leonard Bernstein’s classic musical of racial prejudice and doomed love.

That Face at New Theatre

NNT’s pre-Easter production is unafraid to tackle the uncomfortable.

Tom’s Midnight Garden at Theatre Royal

Tom’s Midnight Garden is a quintessential component of childhood, and this enchanting tale takes us away on the adventure we’ve all been dreaming of

Canterbury at Bodega

A celebration of modern British rock graced The Bodega in a near-three hour whirlwind of guitars, drums and vocals, spearheaded by Surrey quartet Canterbury.

Annie’s Burger Shack lives up to the hype

The Tab went down to check out the mystery that is Annie’s Burger Shack and Freehouse in the depths of Lace Market

Equus at New Theatre

A play titled with the Latin word for horse does not seem like the most promising use of a weekday evening

The Dishwashers at Theatre Royal

Starring David Essex and Rik Makarem, Morris Panych’s The Dishwashers is a contemporary bitter comedy which examines the situation of menial workers in an already tough economy.

Customs at New Theatre

Customs is a play written by Logan Wamsley, a student at the University of Nottingham.

Romeo and Juliet at New Theatre

We all know the story – two teenagers from rival families fall in love and consequently meet their deaths through a series of murders and misunderstandings.

Amber Run: Happy to be back in Nottingham

Before their homecoming gig at Nottingham Contemporary last night, The Tab got a chance to sit down with Amber Run’s bassist Tom Sperring

NME Awards Tour at Rock City

The NME tour hit Nottingham on Sunday. Four bands, one night, it was pretty good.

Circa Waves: Living the student life on the NME tour

The NME Awards Tour 2014 brought an eclectic mix of bands to Rock City this week in the form of Circa Waves, Royal Blood, Temples and tour headliners Interpol.

Musicality’s Phantom of the Opera

Putting on one of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most popular Musicals is no easy feat and on their opening night, Nottingham’s Musicality certainly rose to the task.

Opera North at Theatre Royal

Over two nights Opera North transported the Theatre Royal from Scotland to California, with mixed results.

NUDance Extravaganza

The Tab went along to check out NUDance’s annual show and see if it lived up to its bold choice in name.

Metronomy at Rock City

A night that started slowly and ended with a synth-pop flourish.

Behind the Scenes of Phantom of the Opera

The Tab went to one of Musicality’s final rehearsals for Phantom of the Opera.

A Night in The West End at Royal Concert Hall

A Night in The West End hit the Royal Concert Hall this week with London Philharmonic Orchestra and West End star Kerry Ellis.

Aaron Calvert at the Nottingham Arts Theatre

With an abundance of charisma and undeniable skill, Aaron Calvert certainly put on a show – when things went his way.

Swan Lake at Theatre Royal

First opening at Sadler’s Wells in November 1995, Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake was fresh as ever at the Theatre Royal on Tuesday night.

The Rehearsal at New Theatre

The Rehearsal is about the behind-the-scenes rehearsals of Romeo and Juliet, but with a dark and haunting twist.

10 Things to do this week

We’ve got everything covered this week: charity events, nights out and plenty of UoN students singing, dancing and acting.

Betrayal at New Theatre

Betrayal by Harold Pinter is New Theatre’s offering this week.

Blue Remembered Hills at New Theatre

This week Dennis Potter’s Blue Remembered Hills hit the New Theatre stage.

Foxes at Stealth

Foxes went to Stealth on Saturday night – we loved it

10 Things to Do This Week

Essays? Deadlines? There’s better stuff to be doing and it’s on this list.

Paper Aeroplanes at Bodega

Ten dates into their Circus tour Paper Aeroplanes played Bodega the sweetest sad songs they’d ever heard.

The Little Sweep by MusSoc’s Opera Nova

MusSoc’s ensemble Opera Nova won the hearts of the audience last night with their debut performance of Benjamin Britten’s The Little Sweep.

George Ezra at Bodega

The up-and-coming singer-songwriter stopped off at Nottingham’s Bodega during his 2014 European Tour.

The Threepenny Opera at Nottingham Playhouse

Gritty, hard-hitting and vibrant, Brecht’s The Threepenny Opera is given a vigorous contemporary reboot at Nottingham Playhouse.

‘Harmless and amusing’: The Gentle Hook at Theatre Royal

If you enjoy complicated murder mysteries and laughing for all the wrong reasons, Francis Durbridge’s ‘The Gentle Hook’, a ridiculous attempt at a classic ‘whodunit’, is certainly one to watch.

University Philharmonia Concert: ‘A triumph’

University of Nottingham Philharmonia triumph again at their first concert of the term.

Review: The Vagina Monologues

The Tab went to check out all the vaginas, pussies and foofoos at the New Theatre.

The Vagina Monologues: “It is much more than a play!”

This week sees The Women’s Network’s ‘The Vagina Monologues’ return to New Theatre.

Propeller’s The Comedy of Errors at Theatre Royal

Shakespeare in a mariachi style, you say? Yes. It happened.

London Grammar to headline No Tomorrow Festival

University of Nottingham grads London Grammar are to headline No Tomorrow Festival in Wollaton Park on Saturday 7th June.

Best places to go on Valentine’s Day

Struggling for last minute Valentine’s plans? All the restaurants fully booked? Don’t worry, we’ve got some great cheap ideas that will impress that lucky guy or gal in your life.

Review: Homemade

The Tab has found the perfect Valentine’s location.

10 Things To Do: Valentine’s Special

Love it or loathe it, it’s the most commercially romantic week of the year. We’ve rounded up the best stuff to do if you’re single, loved up or have a special relationship with cats.

Ron Pope at Rescue Rooms

Ron Pope returned to Nottingham last night to play his new album in front of a packed Rescue Rooms.

Singin’ in the Rain at Theatre Royal

The famous 1952 big screen musical Singin’ in The Rain has arrived at Theatre Royal and, just like the original, Jonathan Church has brought all of the effervescence and magic that we need.

My Judy Garland Life at Nottingham Playhouse

The Tab went to see a preview of Nottingham Playhouse’s latest production My Judy Garland Life and was left a little perplexed.

10 Things To Do This Week

This week is jammed packed with everything Nottingham has to offer, from Radio 1 favourite Indiana to StrEAT in the Lace Market.

Comedy Soc Presents: Gags and Pints with a Vengeance

The Den was occupied by UoN’s Comedy Society on Saturday night with headline act and BBC New Comedy Award winner Steve Bugeja.

NNT: Habeas Corpus

The final instalment in the New Theatre season…

Theatre Royal: Peter Pan

It’s loud, it’s bright and it’s camp. It is Hoff-fully good.

NNT: Titus Andronicus

This week The New Theatre tackles William Shakespeare’s gruesome tragedy, and it’s definitely not one for the faint hearted!

University Philharmonia and Choir

Over fifty instrumentalists and almost one hundred singers from the university combined on Saturday night to perform what is often referred to as Haydn’s ‘masterpiece’, The Creation in the Albert Hall.

NNT Fringe: Letting Go

How would you cope without your loved one during the war?