Find out where to discover the next Peter Cook or David Mitchell as The Tab rolls out its guide to Cambridge at The Fringe.
HANNAH MIRSKY is charmed by this fantastically funny show which is clever without shoving it in your face.
KIERAN CORCORAN out of the funniest funnymen that there are amongst funny people, the one who was supposed to be the funniest of the funniest funnymen was the least funny of the funniest funnymen.
Casually taking a break from Campus, Skins, Footlights, stand-up and satire, Ahir Shah tells us about his favourite stand-up, being officially called a ‘lad’ by a London newspaper, and why none of the Cambridge comedians would be good company on a desert island.
Disparate, incoherent and technical slip-ups…The crowning glory in the Footlights calendar fails to impress PHOEBE LUCKHURST.
HOLLY STEVENSON blames the audience for her uphill struggle to comedy nirvana
JENNA CORDEROY on the fabulous and the famous currently studying in a college near you. Get stalking.