Step 1: Don’t write an article about getting recruited by MI6
We can see the light at the end of the tunnel
Are you that surprised he got his start at The Tab?
Or how not to get shot by angry finalists
As if nominating yourself for an award isn’t sad enough
Fear the CompScis
We all have that one ‘friend’
We’re gonna need a lot of booze to get through this.
They’re calling time on ‘locker-room talk’
Or how to trick them into thinking Cambridge life is normal
How to find love in a hopeless place.
Molly talks you through how not to lose your cool when reality starts to set in
If a consent workshop occurs but no one is there to hear it, did it even happen?
A relationship with alcohol is a personal one.
Do you prioritise the toastie maker or the drugs?
Much alcohol, very May Week.
We’re recruiting Senior Editors for Michaelmas 2016
FINALLY we have an answer.
After a close stop start game Emma emerge as Rugby Cuppers 2016 Champions.
It’s going to be bleating brilliant.
We’re making you an offer you can’t refuse
They might be bringing legal action.
They seem to have forgotten they’d given exclusive rights to the National Theatre.
Ten years ago students from poorer backgrounds made up one in eight of Oxbridge entrants
If you think this could apply to you, it almost certainly does
The area surrounding the station has been evacuated.
‘Let me tell you about my trouble with girls, three things happen when they are in the lab: you fall in love with them, they fall in love with you, and when you criticise them they cry’
Probably still less dodgy than Spoons
And by a landslide: 517, to Sachin Parathalingam’s 304 votes.
It’s an international incident.
31 colleges, all alike in dignity, in fair Cambridge where we lay our scene.
Molly O’Connor wishes this show had stayed in the grave.
For everyone who’s ever thought ‘Gee, I wish my Nando’s Card worked for plays.’
The Tab sits down with tour show director Ken Cheng and performers Adrian Gray, Archie Henderson and Eleanor Colville to talk about freshers, being funny and their new show.
Flo Best and Ellen McGrath had a whale of a time and surprisingly learned a bit about belugas along the way.
Corpus playroom’s small theatre space lends itself to the intense feeling of claustrophobia in LAUNCH.
Molly O’Connor came to this show with high expectations and they were certainly met.
Dani Cugini and Robyn Bellinger thoroughly recommend this rambunctious one man show.
We met the men behind Beluga and Hippo Concerto, both on at Corpus this week
Believe it or not, they’ve been bailed out
We sat down with Toby Marlow (the tamer) and Kate Reid (the shrew) to find out about Shakespeare, Americans and life on the road.
Chris Waugh and James Wilkinson tell all about the predominance of cis white males in comedy and how to fix it.