Robert Smith

Don’t Cut Me Short

Can you be bothered to read this article? ROB SMITH tests your patience, by refusing to condense his ideas into an easily digestible chunk.

Robert Smith: Armchair Critic

Stuck in scheduling hell, our Armchair Critic turns to the US and the fourth season of Mad Men.

Catz May Ball

ROBERT SMITH: ‘I’d spend an evening quaffing quick booze to wash down a Nutella crepe as Paul from S Club sings ‘Follow your heart’s desire’ instead of ‘Climb every mountain higher’ for the hundredth time any day.’

Robert Smith: Culture Vulture

Culture Vulture returns with everything you could ever want this exam term, from Trolls and Ponies to a Varsity based Downfall parody.

Moaning Mitchell

ROB SMITH is left puzzled by David Mitchell’s condescending response to pole dancing Cantabs.

Review: Trash vs. Class

Trash vs. Class returns with a battle between Freud and a horde of orange skinned slutty Mums.

Review: The Occasional Students

Despite some excellent performances ROBERT SMITH found the Occasional Students only occasionally funny.

Robert Smith: Culture Vulture.

ROB SMITH tells us what to do and where to do it in Week 3.

Review: A Prophet

BAYAN PARVIZI urges you to go and see this masterpiece at any cost.

Review: Be My Baby

Be My Baby @ ADC. ROB SMITH enjoyed a solid if unremarkable offering from the ADC that was most definitely not vomit inducing.

Review: Sun, Sex and Holiday Madness

ROB SMITH enjoys this flimsy excuse to look at Sun, Syphilis and Al Fresco Cunnilingus.

Review of the Decade: Film

ROB SMITH casts his mind back to the films he enjoyed over the past ten years.

Review of the Decade: TV

ROB SMITH picks the best things on the idiot box this decade (now with video clips).

Review: Varsity

THE TAB takes an unbiased look at why Varsity remains Cambridge’s best student paper.

Preview: When in Rome…

THE TAB takes a behind the scenes look at the new musical comedy ahead of its opening night.

Your Week Revealed…

The Tab’s resident mystic delivers another round of scarily-accurate premonitions.

Review: As You Desire Me

Although it took a while to warm up this play might just sate your desire for intelligent theatre.

DVD Round-up: Martial Arts

Three ball explodingly awesome films perfect for any lads night in.

Food Review: Manna Mexico

*****- If you haven’t already eaten there you really have no excuse.

Corruption: Black Moon Beach Party

****- The annual prelude to fresher copulation was still enjoyable as a Third Year.

Darwin: Endless Forms

*****- Monkey Oral Sex is only the tip of the iceberg.

Robinson May Ball


Theatre Review: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

**** This tight production was nothing less than impressive.