AMI JONES thinks this film-noir style Shakespeare is funny, punchy, but occasionally unsettling.
On Sunday night, five groups of Cambridge students were given the task of coming up with a play they’d perform 24 hours later at the ADC. ABI BENNETT explains the results – ‘chaotic’, ‘shambolic’, and occasionally ‘fantastic’.
This week TabTV get rough n’ tumble with all-female contact sport ROLLER DERBY.
AMI JONES has watched a play, past the wit of critic to say what play it was.
TabTV met up with acoustic guitar hero Chris Scott. See what happened here.
Groove Knights join TabTV for a jam and a chat. Jazz/funk/pop fusion at its finest.
The Tab catches up with fresh talent at the Blues football trials, and send our own man down to put the hopefuls through their paces.
Lord Sainos is the new top dog in Cambridge. We went to one of his many houses to see what people thought about the result.
Just in time for the Michaelmas 2011 season, here’s a performer’s-eye view of Cambridge’s best-loved (and now newest) theatre space.
AMI JONES makes entirely appropriate dick jokes in the course of reviewing the Marlowe Society’s May Week effort.
And to your left you will see CAITLIN DOHERTY applauding Fletcher Players’ choice of play, but unfortunately no subsequent ones.