Kettle’s Yard does big things with a small space for RUTH MARINER
Avant-garde instrumental techniques conjure up oceanic soundscapes for RUTH MARINER
After a week of being distracted by totty, HOLLY STEVENSON finds new ways to distract herself.
Metaphysics and wine adds up to a successful concert for RUTH MARINER.
JESS-MIDDLETON PUGH isn’t impressed by the sickly-sweet candy colours on display at Bridget Riley’s new exhibition at Kettle’s Yard.
Fancy doing something cultural to balance out your Freshers’ Week binge? Check out Culture Editor HOLLY STEVENSON’s guide to what’s on this week.
‘I want to be able to work with themes that could otherwise be seen as pretentious to comment on.’ TABATHA LEGGETT talks to artist ANDY HOLDEN about his exhibition Chewy Cosmos Thingly Time, currently on display at Kettle’s Yard.
JESS MIDDLETON-PUGH is impressed by the silliness of Andy Holden’s current exhibition, which lacks pretension and revels in fun.
JAMES WELLAND was impressed by the suitable ‘schizophrenia’ of this slightly repetitious concert.
Being unable to see the ballet left JOE BATES to blindly suffer a lunchtime of musical mediocrity.
Week 1 is underway, so stop trawling through all those flyers and termsheets and get back to work- The Tab has got the weeks classical and non-classical music all accounted for in this comprehensive guide. JOE BATES and DAVID HOLLAND bring you everything from I Am Kloot to Scwanengesang.
JOE BATES launches the new classical music column and tells you why Elgar’s Gerontius, the visit of Libor Pesek and an interesting marriage of Figaro and Facebook mean that Cambridge concert-goers are in for a treat.
JOE CONWAY’s weekly column returns, with a guest review from JEFF CARPENTER.
TABATHA LEGGETT spoke to Lizzie Fisher, a curator at Kettle’s Yard about the John Cage exhibition.
JOE CONWAY : ‘A stray sunbeam drifted down through the skylight gilding her violin. Catherine’s eyes glanced heavenwards and the sublime semiquavers got underway.’
JOE CONWAY discovered an excellent showcase of university talent in this American dominated set.
JENNIFER ELLIS meets Tom de Freston in St. Peter’s Chapel to preview his new exhibition and ask him about becoming an artist, silly garments, and being crude…
Our resident cultured prick returns to fill us in on what’s going to be big in Week 2.
PHOEBE LUCKHURST is entranced by this new incarnation of Marlowe’s ‘Dr Faustus’; includes must-see first night photos of this must-see play.
DAVID LOWRY explains how understanding well hung art can get you a well hung man.