REVIEW: Hippolytus

Robyn Bellinger was impressed by Hippolytus, an ancient play with a fresh perspective

People who signed the petition to ban Trump are everything that’s wrong with this country

No, it wasn’t funny

Review: CUPO Presents Disney in Trinity 3; Be Our Guest

Will Popplewell put CUPO’s ‘service to the test’ and was completely blown away. He really cannot ‘let it go’.

Game of Genres Week 2 – Classical vs Punk Rock

Does Cambridge prefer classical or punk rock? Cast your vote now!

Review: CUSE

HARRY HICKMORE thinks that this string ensemble may have played their cards a little too early.

Let’s Get Classical

TOMMY SHANE explores classical music in Cambridge, and implores you all to not knock it ’till you’ve tried it.

CUCO: Mendelssohn, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Italian Symphony, and Beethoven: Violin Concerto

Stephanie Gonley takes a no-nonsense approach to the Romantic greats which set CUCO on fire for HARRY HICKMORE

I Want To Sell Out

JOE BATES on why every artist should aim for the mainstream.

Culture Column 4: Tom Tryon

TOM TRYON writes a match report… on the opera.

A Question Is Better Than An Answer

Metaphysics and wine adds up to a successful concert for RUTH MARINER.

Filthy Lucre

DAVID HOLLAND gets filthy in the vaults. It’s confusing, but in a good way.

A Britten Celebration

GABRIELLA FLATT is impressed by the sensitivity of King’s Britten Celebration.

Music Listings: Week 4

Our music editors bring you week 4’s musical offerings.

Music Listings: Week 3

The Tab’s listings of all things musical for the next 7 days.

Interview: Sir Richard Armstrong

A week on from his outstanding concert, JOE BATES talks to SIR RICHARD ARMSTRONG about Cambridge students and ‘goddam stupid’ composers.

Bonesong/ Frankenstein!!

RORY ATTWOOD loves the theatre & JOE CONWAY loves the music.

Tab Classical

JOE CONWAY reviews this week’s classical events.

Review: Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra

JOE CONWAY: ‘A dynamic conductor, a flamboyant soloist, and CUCO very near the top of its form.’

Review: Cambridge Graduate Orchestra

JOE CONWAY learnt that in good classical music, ‘What you don’t do is dash through it as if you can’t wait to get it over.’

Review: Maundy Thursday Music at Kings

JOE CONWAY: ‘Like the very spirit of Maundy Thursday this programme posed questions and raised issues, but provided no happy endings.’