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Review: Queen’s Art Festival

An art experience controlled by the curators and artists

Culture Trip Week 7: Just a few ways to relax and celebrate International Women’s Day

We’re nearing the end of term, so kick back and enjoy these picks in celebration of International Women’s Day

Culture Trip Week 6: Is the end in sight?

Recover from the blues with this week’s cultural picks

Culture Trip: Everything you need to battle those Week Five Blues

Five cultural picks to get you through Week Five

Culture Trip: Everything you need to feel the love in Week Four

Roses are red, violets are blue, get gassed because we’re bringing another culture trip to you!

‘Art persists’: Ben Zombory-Moldovan on moving an art exhibition into the digital realm

From virtual exhibitions to funding for art provision, the Tab speaks to the co-president of this years Queens’ Arts Festival

We asked STEM students what was the last book they read

Turns out that they do know how to read after all

Culture Trip: The Culture and the Trip: Tokyo Drifting in Week Three

The Tab’s cultural top picks for your third week of online term

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Culture Trip: Everything you need to help ease that Week Two grind

Take a break from your already impossibly large workload with our culture picks of the week

Eleven films to vicariously relive Cambridge through during lockdown

Watch these films and you’ll forget that you ever left!

Culture Trip: Everything you need to keep you entertained in Week One

We’re here to cure your lockdown boredom with our top culture picks of the week!

‘Somalinimo’: Meet the Somali women of Cambridge University

The Cambridge Tab speaks to filmmakers Awa Farah and Alice Aedy about their latest documentary Somalinimo

Meet the Cambridge freshers singing to raise money for cancer charities

In memory of Katie MacRae, the incoming choral scholars have made a lockdown version of ‘Let My Love Be Heard’

We need to talk about Harriet: The white-saviour complex in Hollywood

There’s more to watch than The Help

‘Subject Slurring’: A new and intoxicating Cambridge-based web series

‘Let’s get people drunk on the radio and ask them questions’

Nine book recommendations for adults based on the series you (probably) loved as a child

Want to do some reading now that exams are over? Start here