Abigail Briggs
Abby Briggs is a second year BA French and Italian student at University College London and the Culture Editor for The London Tab. Originally from Nottingham, in 2011 Abby lived in Lyon, France, drinking French wine, trying to seem sophisticated and cultured and attempting (and failing) to speak the language. Abby is massive theatre lover, so your best bet to find her would be at a play or a musical, and she was a member of the Nottingham Youth Theatre between 2007 and 2010. She's recently changed direction and has started to write theatre reviews on the blog she started up called Theatre Focus, which can be found both on Blogspot and Wordpress. She's since branched out and has put up interviews and a few other articles too. Abby is also really into films. She LOVES all the classics from Hollywood’s Golden Era, and all those wacky independent movies, but she equally likes watching the big blockbusters or foreign films too. You can also find her dipping in and out of various markets and cafés, and when it comes to books you can’t go wrong with a bit of F. Scott. Fitzgerald really.

Camping for drunks: The Tab guide to UK festival season 2013

All you need to know about where to go this festival season

Preview: Titus Andronicus

Shakespeare’s gruesome tragedy to be performed by the increasingly ambitious UCLU Drama Society

Cult Culture: Top 5 Mamas

With Mother’s Day just celebrated we take a look at some of the world’s best-loved mamas

Review: Empire

UCLU Dance Society waacks another show out of the ball park!

Festivals, Bestivals and all the Restivals

Wondering which festival to hit this year? Ruth Lawes gives you the low down on the best on offer

Interview: Wilson Lau

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

Review: A Chorus Line

Our Culture Editor thinks this show is definitely not one to miss.

Arts vs sciences: is UCL biased towards science students ?

Robyn Strachan sheds light on UCL’s supposed favouritism towards science

Review: The Gut Girls

Komi Sarna gives her verdict on UCLU Drama Society’s eagerly anticipated production, ‘The Gut Girls’

Preview: The Gut Girls

“Drinking, swearing and subverting societal expectations”- Robyn Strachan previews The Gut Girls.

Cult Culture: The Top 5 Dance Sensations

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.

Cult Culture: Top 10 Anti-Valentine Movies

For our first installment, The Tab trades in the sickly sweet holiday that is Valentine’s Day for something with a little more edge (and bitterness)

Review: The Trojan Women

Robyn Strachan views The Trojan Women and comes out feeling a little underwhelmed

Review: A View from the Bridge

Laura Piccirillo gives UCLU Drama Society’s adaptation of the Arthur Miller classic five thumbs up!

Preview: ‘A View From the Bridge’

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

Budget Friendly Travel

Ruth Lawes takes a look at three top destinations for students wanting to escape the stress of uni

What’s On Guide: Term 2

Want to know how to spend your second term at UCL? Look no further, The Tab has it covered

SLADE SCHOOL: Painting UCL Pretty

Laura Piccirillo takes a look at the art hub buzzing away at the heart of UCL

London Culture On a Student Budget

Georgie Coupe welcomes us back to UCL with some bargain theatre, featuring some of Britain’s biggest names

Review: POPAGANDA

The Tab brings you its verdict on UCLU Live Music Society’s final event this term