Flagging up problems with… flags
An all-star showcase of comedy, buzzers and the occasional parrot
Definitely not falsely advertised
WILL POPPLEWELL does not entirely get into this hour of exam-term standup.
CHARLIE PALMER is sick to death of being mocked for his love of Football.
In response to the defence of The Footlights, TOMMY SHANE argues for the importance of criticism over blanket praise.
TOMÁS SABAT kicks off his freshers week with a cracking night of comedy featuring household name Russell Howard.
Russell Howard, from off of the telly, will be headlining the Wolfson Howler tomorrow evening, The Tab can exclusively reveal.
LEYLA HAMID and CHLOE COLEMAN are charmed by this evening of comedy that manages to (almost) take their minds of exam term.
OLI THICKNESSE is thoroughly entertained by a stellar line-up that throws something new into the mix of Cambridge comedy.
In his first column, MARK talks rejected screenplays, Sims 3 and the fact that you’re all jealous of him.
Jaded Theatre Editor FRANCESCA HILL has her bitter heart warmed by this quirky comedy night.
Kids, step away from the ADC: there’s more to comedy than the Footlights. FRANCESCA HILL reviews the Corpus Smoker.
TOMMY SHANE spent the night with the crème de la crème of Cambridge comedy talent.
FELIX NUGEE uncovers the man behind the Mark.
ABI BENNETT would have enjoyed this more if everyone had just calmed down a bit…
Hilarity in the name of charity is not quite enough for ELLIE OGILVIE to laugh through the whole night