TOM CRAWFORD is suitably impressed with Enter Shikari’s performance, but feels the band should stick to its biggest hits.
OJ Watson vents some anger about tossers who can’t appreciate musical diversity.
Could the Cambridge boxers live up to their pre-match hype and reign victorious on the big stage? ALEX JACKMAN went to find out.
HARVEY FROST finds a few short term laughs, but little to take away at the Corn Exchange.
COSMO GODFREE: Feels alienated from the critically aclaimed musician.
PETE SKIDMORE gets completely blown away by these cheery indie chappies.
Baffled by late library opening times? Worried that you will have to commit suicide on a sunday? Here is The Tab’s guide to exam term to sort it all out.
DAVID HOLLAND: “The gig was a little cold, even a little clinical, in whatever sense a rock concert can ever be these things.”
JENNA CORDEROY talks to JJ Burnel from the legendary punk band THE STRANGLERS, who have in their time managed to win an Ivor Novello award, piss off Michael Eavis and shove bananas up their arses. Rock and roll.
‘I had seven brothers and sisters. No one was listening…so I danced on the dining room table and broke it.’ TALIA RICHARD-CARVAJAL talks to STEPHEN K AMOS, comedian and self-confessed attention seeker.
‘Mock the Week is a bit like doing an exam, you hope the bit you revised comes up or you look a bit of an idiot sitting and smiling there.’ DAVID HOLLAND talks to comedian MILTON ‘the one with the shirts’ JONES.
TOM WILLS: “when you can follow a fairly flat three minutes with A Design for Life, and turn the entire place into a sweating, gurning pit, most things can be forgiven.”
JOE CONWAY : ‘Most concert-goers recognise passion and commitment when they see it, but this performance took things to the next level.’
Our resident Drama Queen’s run through of what is on in Week Four. While students are busy working hard, Cambridge professionals are dominating the boards.
Our resident Drama Queen tells us what’s on in Week 3.
JORDAN BICKERTON: ‘The quality of the music and the often affecting evocation of everyday dramas combined to make ‘What Black Women Want’ a highly enjoyable show.’
‘Go if ever you can’ – LOTTIE UNWIN is decisively positive that this a comic worth following.
Our resident Drama Queen’s guide to what’s on in Week 7.