All you need to know about where to go this festival season
Shakespeare’s gruesome tragedy to be performed by the increasingly ambitious UCLU Drama Society
With Mother’s Day just celebrated we take a look at some of the world’s best-loved mamas
UCLU Dance Society waacks another show out of the ball park!
Wondering which festival to hit this year? Ruth Lawes gives you the low down on the best on offer
Our Culture Editor get’s chatting to film maker and UCL graduate Wilson Lau about movie making, Indiana Jones and changing the ending of Back to the Future
Our Culture Editor thinks this show is definitely not one to miss.
Robyn Strachan sheds light on UCL’s supposed favouritism towards science
Komi Sarna gives her verdict on UCLU Drama Society’s eagerly anticipated production, ‘The Gut Girls’
“Drinking, swearing and subverting societal expectations”- Robyn Strachan previews The Gut Girls.
In light of the most recent dance craze to hit YouTube, this week we take a look at some of the moves that have gone viral.
Robyn Strachan views The Trojan Women and comes out feeling a little underwhelmed
Laura Piccirillo gives UCLU Drama Society’s adaptation of the Arthur Miller classic five thumbs up!
As UCLU Drama Society takes on one of Arthur Miller’s best known plays, the team behind the show takes time out to chat to The Tab
Ruth Lawes takes a look at three top destinations for students wanting to escape the stress of uni
Want to know how to spend your second term at UCL? Look no further, The Tab has it covered
Laura Piccirillo takes a look at the art hub buzzing away at the heart of UCL
Georgie Coupe welcomes us back to UCL with some bargain theatre, featuring some of Britain’s biggest names
The Tab brings you its verdict on UCLU Live Music Society’s final event this term
A glowing report for UCLU Dance Society’s Freshers Showcase
Georgie Coupe brings you the final installment of affordable culture before the Christmas break. This week, she checks out Cartier-Bresson: A Question of Colour photography exhibition
The Tab’s guide to what’s on in the capital this Christmas
Review of UCLU Comedy Club’s Christmas Show
Want to know where to find the best Christmas gifts and food? We at The Tab have it covered
Aiming to merge Peep Show and speed dating, Laura Piccirillo explains why she loved Katie Highet’s radio play ‘You Like This’
REVIEW: How to Succeed in Business (Without Really Trying)
This week, Georgie Coupe takes you into the wonderful world of Frank Bowman at the Tate Britain
UCLU Dance Society do their bit for World Aids Day
Or “How to look like a classy individual without looking like a try-hard”
Georgie Coupe brings you more affordable culture from the capital. This week, she takes a trip to see the World Press Photo Exhibition 2012
From swinging big band to soothing slow songs, The Tab gives the low-down on the UCLU Jazz Society’s latest Bloomsbury show.
With the upcoming release of his mysterious second poetry collection set for this Christmas, Laura Piccirillo chats to UCL’s very own Jerrold Yam and picks his poetic brain.
Find out whether the UCLU Drama Society has what it takes to tackle Brecht in this review.
This week Georgie Coupe checks out the London Jazz Festival’s Jazz Sessions at Ronnie Scotts
Law student by day, world published poet by night! Laura Piccirillo dives into the rich first collection of poems by UCL’s very own Jerrold Yam.
Georgie Coupe continues to brings you her weekly culture find of the week for amazing value for money. This week, she’s been to the Tim Walker: Story Teller exhibition
Culture Editor Abigail Briggs gets chatting to the lead singer of one of London’s hottest new student bands
Find out what The Tab’s verdict was on UCLU Drama Society’s current production ‘The Usual Suspects’
Our Culture Editor gets a first look at this week’s UCLU Drama Society production of The Usual Suspects
Georgie Coupe takes us on a tour of London’s cultural activities on a student budget. This week, she explores the Barbican’s new Rain Room
Want an escape from student theatre? The Tab provides a thought provokingly entertaining alternative.
Forget art institutions and academies, Street Art London takes us on tour through a gallery with an infinite number of walls.
Laura Piccirillo visits the Language Café to see if coffee and conversation can really help with the weekend unwind
As the UCLU Drama Society performs one of the twentieth century’s most significant plays, The Tab’s Culture Editor delivers her verdict on the production’s tear-jerking success.
The Tab gets in touch with its inner rhythm to review the Dance Society’s 24 hour show!
Laura Piccirillo reviews UCLU Writer’s Society’s Open Mic Extravaganza
Every student’s dream is to be able to get things for free, and if you ‘Freecylce’ the possibilites are endless. The Tab sent a writer to discover whether ‘Freecycling’ is the answer to our student prayers, or a disaster waiting to happen
Awkward pauses or dying of laughter? Find out if the Drama Society’s freshers’ plays managed to push all the right buttons in this review.
This week, the first performance artist was shortlisted for the Turner prize. Coincidentally Meredith Bankes-Hughes unwittingly experienced a performance for herself on a tube journey home
The Tab heads to the Garage Theatre to see if the next generation of freshers succeeded in their quest for musical glory, or did another group bite the dust?