PHOEBE LUCKHURST is more honest than most about the state of the typical May Week audience member, but gets through her hangover, partly with the help of this musical.
PHOEBE LUCKHURST finds another May Week show which, despite strong performances, struggles with its setting.
Disparate, incoherent and technical slip-ups…The crowning glory in the Footlights calendar fails to impress PHOEBE LUCKHURST.
Senior Theatre Critic PHOEBE LUCKHURST doubts herself, but gets past that and then doubts this production instead. A lot.
This was no extended YouTube mockumentary: a critical PHOEBE LUCKHURST is enthralled by the duo’s polished and hilarious sketch show.
JUDITH FAGELSON witnesses the blossoming of love during this light hearted and whimsical broadcast.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN has some big paws to fill. Judge him as he rounds up this week’s pack of plays.
‘I think I will get married one day. It’s basically like having a mother you can sleep with.’ The Tab reviews Mark Liu’s latest offering: a step-by-step guide to ‘Women and Dating’.
Tab Rates vs. Tab Slates introduces you to ‘danger milk’ and invents a new universal truism.
Rates vs. Slates rejoices over hats and renewed academic confidence (ish) but slates coach drivers and being introduced as ‘friendly’.
John’s ‘fresher’ and internet sensation Mark Liu returns with his third video, demanding an apology from The Tab, and asking our Features Editor on a date.
The Tab’s fortnightly feature reveals the best-read, most small-minded, offensive or eccentric comments to appear on the site. Read here, and see if your name (or ridiculous pseudonym) appears.
Rates are thinner on the ground as Rates vs. Slates moves into Week Four and reflects on the previous seven days.
Sick of Michaelmas already? The Tab suggests that you run away with the circus. LOTTIE UNWIN and PHOEBE LUCKHURST tried.
Rates vs. Slates has had a lot of cycle-related amusement/distress this week, as well as feigning madness to escape college jurisdiction.
Every day, The Tab’s loyal readers invest the site with their own choice words, some more choice than others. Read our pick of the site’s best comments here.
As ‘Supermarkliu’ breaks out another of his vlogs, The Tab discovers that his most recent update is from over a week ago. Is he still here? Has he been sighted?
After Week One, Rates vs. Slates is feeling a little jaded by Facebook events and inadvertent naked supervisor encounters.
PHOEBE LUCKHURST is left feeling dissatisfied and slightly used as Corpus loses its smoker virginity.
The social barometer that is Tab Rates vs. Tab Slates returns.