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.
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?
Last night the Cambridge Union witnessed a highly-charged debate on the future of Cindies and what it means to students.
Students at Selwyn College were delighted by a surprise firework display at 2am this morning.
Club owners Luminar slashed 11 clubs from their portfolio, but Cindies and Life were both saved.
The ADC lateshow leaves KIERAN CORCORAN with a less than tragic sense of disappointment as the cruelty and tenderness treads the fine line between subtle and dull.
Love site Beginning, Middle, End reveals its final stage today – read the exciting, romantic conclusions here first.
Cambridge clubs are in trouble as huge financial problems hit owners. But they will remain open for the time being.
Lily Cole has revealed in an interview that she feels ‘liberated’ to have finished her degree – and came close to not making it.
A public masturbator has been terrorising students at Murray Edwards, mimicking a string of flashings some years ago.
Lord Sainsbury has been elected Chancellor. Check out the latest reaction, have your say, and read a conclusive round up of the events right here.
As the elections for Chancellor get underway, we talk to the candidates about what they hope to achieve and how they rate their chances.
KIERAN CORCORAN doesn’t say ‘mixed bag’, because that’s not really what it was.
Cambridge cops have urged students to stay vigilant following two recent attacks in Cambridge late at night.
The Varsity Trip smashed records again by selling out in an unprecedented six hours this year.
Celebrity alumni Derek Jacobi and Stephen Fry have thrown their weight behind Brian Blessed in the race for Chancellor.
The Varsity Ski Trip hit the Freshers’ Fair hard, enticing in new blood with a 30-tonne slope made of real snow.
Al Murray, Jeremy Paxman and Sir Roger Moore will feature as highlights of the Cambridge Union Society’s termcard. You heard it here first.
Firefighters today rescued a woman who collapsed while climbing the tower of Great St Mary’s Church in Market Square.
A 27-year-old man has been arrested in connection with yesterday’s bomb scare in the area around Anglia Ruskin.
Ex-CUSU Sabb and Cambridge radical Natalie Szarek has been revealed as one of the leaders of anti-eviction protests at the travellers camp in Dale Farm.
Freshers’ Week will be overrun with reality TV stars this year, with the Union hosting stars of Made In Chelsea and Arg from TOWIE DJing at Life.
Last night firefighters rushed to the department of Earth Sciences to prevent a potentially devastating fire.
A thief who stole students’ post from Christ’s and Emmanuel has been spared prison after a judge ruled the thief’s Asperger’s syndrome was to blame.
Every Cam-user’s feathered best friend has been removed from the river and is currently undergoing treatment for arthritis in his toe.
The Cambridge Union Society has secured a prestigious blogging position with the new UK Universities wing of The Huffington Post.
Fitzbillies reopens its doors today for a Chelsea Bun Weekend, after a long absence from Cambridge life.
Charlie Gilmour was sentenced to a 16-month spell in prison for acts of violent disorder in the December student protests.
“The overwhelming fact remains that some people at NotW at some points did things which no newspaper should ever do.”
KIERAN CORCORAN gets deep about HBO’s newest, and greatest, creation.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN can’t quite pin down this play, nor can the play seem to pin itself down; neither of these points are to its credit.
The Corpus Playroom, Cambridge’s most popular small theatre venue, will receive a £100k revamp and switch management over the summer vacation.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN meets funny feminists, and reacts with the appropriate joy. It was even for a good cause.
Celebrated academics have controversially founded a high-cost private uni offering Oxbridge-style humanities tuition. The Tab found that the idea isn’t too popular here.
Students at The Other Place’s Worcester College have been blasted by College Librarians for distracting other students with their “Half-Naked Half-Hours.”
Library Whispers, the new site taking Cambridge by storm, have sent The Tab a selection of whispers that were too controversial for their site.
Fitzbillies will reopen this summer, good as ever, with Guardian food writer Tim Hayward and his partner at the helm of the good ship bun.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN is captivated by the Irish National Theatre’s masterful medley of monologues.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN can’t quite bring himself to savage these non-student amateurs like they deserve. But he maintains that they were really bad.
A Cambridge physics boffin claims Christians have been celebrating the last supper a day late for hundreds of years.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN makes a call for his other favourite art-form, carving out a case for video games being as artistically valid as any other entertainment form, with the added benefit of giving you the chance to get sweet high scores.
After two weeks, Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN sees The Movement’s production mid-tour. Bigger stage, bigger style, bigger success.
And now the end is near, the Guide Dog faces his final curtain. He has, and will continue to do it his way whether you like it or not.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN carries out a controlled investigation of a play which, despite a standout performance, is ultimately blinded by its own science.
The Theatre Guide Dog thinks this could be Cambridge drama’s lucky week. He’s been to Vegas. But dogs aren’t allowed in casinos, so make of that what you will.
KIERAN CORCORAN treads a thin line between sophistication and sophistry as he assesses a slick and sharp new satire.
Who let the plays out? It certainly wasn’t the Theatre Guide Dog, but he’ll help chase them back in. Again. Thanklessly.
Nothing makes KIERAN CORCORAN blue; not even bad theatre. See him clown his way through the week to come.
Wearied Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN can’t stand a play which can’t stand.
KIERAN CORCORAN casts puppy love aside to serve the dark lady of Theatre.
KIERAN CORCORAN banishes this play from his sight for staining the Imperial name of Theatre.
KIERAN CORCORAN has been chasing down crime, but still has some energy left for theatre.
KIERAN CORCORAN talks to expert director CARL HEAP, who is directing The Marlowe Society’s production of ‘Much Ado About Nothing’. And has a bit of an obsession with oranges.
The Theatre Guide Dog broke out of jail too, but still took the time to give you the theatre fix you crave. He’s so loyal it might as well be proverbial.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN has some big paws to fill. Judge him as he rounds up this week’s pack of plays.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN gets lost in the woods late at night. And likes it.
The Theatre Guide Dog is enjoying some winter sun, so Lent Theatre Editor Kieran Corcoran has had to step in.
As Cambridge’s very own theatre guide dog finishes his last minute shopping, the theatre fairy has arrived to sprinkle your eyes with theatrical magic from the South.
“At this point convention dictates that the audience clap, but I wasn’t quite sure what to do with myself and nor was anybody else watching.”
KIERAN CORCORAN sups a warming broth of Oxbridge archetypes.
A section of ceiling in a Selwyn accommodation block sensationally collapsed on four unsuspecting freshers last week.
KIERAN CORCORAN: ‘Fired Up, like a prostitute you couldn’t quite afford, leaves you confusedly contended and wanting more’.
A dish washer from the Ugly Duckling Restaurant has been heralded “the Chinese Madonna”.