Poem of the week: ‘There is nothing so bare as an egg yolk’ by Bella Biddle

An eggsellent poem indeed

Adapting to isolation: The Tab’s top picks of books

From Tolkien to Orwell, here are some life-changing reads

Adapting to isolation: The Tab’s top picks of the best Netflix shows, Part 1

Bored at home and need some entertatinment?

Review: Corpsing

Original writing and a charismatic cast carry a somewhat bloated treat.

Review: Guys and Dolls

Endlessly energetic, witty and romantic: The perfect musical comedy

Review: The Dazzle

“Everything that is, is fine.”

Review: Riddikulus

A side-splitting Potterhead’s dream

Review: Lovesong

A sensitive and powerful performance

Heard something you think
we should know?

We want to look into your case


Review: Troilus and Cressida

Ambition doesn’t quite pay off in this production of one of Shakespeare’s “problem plays”

Review: A Friend’s Request

Comedy coupled with catastrophe

Review: The Importance of Being Earnest

An evening of fun, farce, and food

Pale, male and stale: representation within music at Cambridge

An exploration of diversity within the classical music scene

Review: Cymbeline: The Musical

Sun, sex, and suspicious spouses

Review: The Waves

An ambitious undertaking

Review: Dragtime Family Values

Is it worth the hype?

Publish your poetry: Introducing poems of the week

Calling all Cambridge Poets!