Always a favourite with Cambridge students, the Reading (and Leeds) festival is now just a fortnight away. Here’s your inclusive guide of where to be and who to see.
You may have missed Glastonbury, but never fear, the Tab have your raving summer sorted.
With Lent around the corner, Fucked Up Fresher TONY HARCOURT evaluates your Michaelmas for you.
MARK re-enacts a scene from Mean Girls and has an online affair with a brick-layer from Leeds – all in the name of feminism.
DANNY KERRIGAN brings us an update on the Blues’ progress as they go in search of league and cup glory.
A Cantab is one of 7 brits barricaded in a ski chalet demanding in protest at not being paid.
AMI JONES watches Leeds and Bristol brutally out-funny Cambridge.
JESS MIDDLETON-PUGH and the sisters are doing it for themselves.
‘It’s joining funny things with serious things – just the way that life is.’ JAMES SURRY talks to singer-songwriter DAVID THOMAS BROUGHTON about his music and unique style of performing, and letting what happens happen.
KIERAN CORCORAN has been chasing down crime, but still has some energy left for theatre.
MAGGIE BROWNING on why you should go east for your festival fix next year, and possibly catch some culture rather than just fleas from the campsite.