Visitors are paying £2000 per night to stay in St John’s. The catch? John’ s doesn’t know. JOSH SIMONS has the story.
Sara Stillwell hits streets of Cambridge at night to find out just how ethical Cambridge Students are.
BEN POPE the current Footlights President, had a chat (interrogation) with the former Footlights President, PHIL WANG, ahead of his show Anti-Hero coming to Cambridge.
TOM BALDERSTONE chats to Armando Iannucci, and thinks that you owe him something if you appreciate modern comedy.
LAURA DENNEHY brings together some of your best comments for an end of term special.
THOMAS SMITH needs room for himself and his ex-girlfriend at Nottingham University.
(2 + 4)/2 = 3. If you aren’t a mathmo, you’ll need to read on to work out what editor KIERAN CORCORAN means.
JUAN ZOBER DE FRANCISCO and ALICE CARR wonder who will take over Pierre Novellie’s crown when the king steps down at the Corpus Smoker this week.
Mistakes and technical problems leave EMMA HATRED still none-the-wiser as to what G.G.T.H. stands for.
Headlock-happy hecklers can’t stop CHLOE MASHITER from enjoying something a bit different at Clare Comedy.
The Water Polo Trophy was flaunted worldwide by Oxford, who KIDNAPPED it after losing the Varsity game.
KIKI BETTS-DEAN narrowly avoids bag-related cliché after seeing another average Corpus Smoker
KIKI BETTS-DEAN desperately searches for synonyms of “average”
The Tab insults aside, PHIL LIEBMAN thinks Liam Williams is a funny man.
COSMO GODFREE takes you on a tour of the alternative side of festive tunes.
Horsing around has landed one Derby student in an awkward situation after getting her head stuck in a clothes horse.
Curry based puns rule the pick of this week’s best comments.
A rare symbol is spotted in this week’s Best Comments and Saskia’s mum gets a telling off from her dad.
Some shows are prize turkeys. Some shows, like this one, just depict the buying of prize turkeys through the medium of well-handled character acting. In response, AMI JONES’ cup o’er runneth with cheer and bodily effusions.
New writing being predictably unpredictable, it’s perhaps not surprising that ZULFIQAR ALI found the wrong bits funny about this show.