You may have missed Glastonbury, but never fear, the Tab have your raving summer sorted.
Cambridge entertainment that won’t break the bank
New Features Editor LAUREN CHAPLIN records the trials and tribulations of a fun-loving girl trying to fit in with the cool kids at Cambridge.
GROAN HARDSLEY attempts to make History of Art students like him, with mixed results.
CHARLIE LAWRIE attends a birthday party that’s low on jelly and ice-cream, but high on bouncy disco beats.
BILLY ALDRIDGE on why your vote at university matters.
COSMO GODFREE takes you on a tour of the alternative side of festive tunes.
PETE SKIDMORE gives the highest possible praise to a group of folk singers who would look at home in a 16th century tavern.
“I thought we were heading into a bland dystopia but in the last few weeks I’ve thought ‘maybe – maybe something interesting’s going to happen’.” TOBY PARKER-REES talks to STEWART LEE, alternative comedian to most and a ‘shit-haired cunt’ to some.
JOEY FRANCIS reviews Titus Andronicus at the Haymakers