Some literary cheer-ups for my poetry pandemic pals
N.B: It was west.
After a week of poetic pleas for a ticket, the Tab can EXCLUSIVELY reveal that first year Xelia Mendes-Jones WILL be going to the Ball.
Mark Danciger enjoyed Peter Grimes, a beautifully designed piece of student writing.
Didn’t want to fork out that pound for a copy of Notes? It’s alright, we’ve got you covered.
Put down those flashcards and pencil some of these events into your revision timetable.
In RACHEL TOOKEY’s debut column, she offers us her finest musings on bridges, Sainsbury’s and the UL.
Round Two for Tab Blind Date…but did sparks fly or did Pran cry?
HANNAH MIRSKY is impressed by an evening that tries to take the pretension out of poetry.
Talented wordsmith and Cambridge finalist George the Poet sits down to talk to Rebecca Diamond about his poetry, his politics and life at Cambridge.
HARRY PRANCE urges Cambridge’s ‘tortured intellectuals’ to stop quoting Larkin and come back down to earth.
A selection of your best offerings. We feel you’ve more more to give…
JAMES MACNAMARA is a red-blooded critic and he likes his poetry raw.
Jarvis Cocker could have said anything and still been amazing. COSMO GODFREE reacts to the indie heartthrob’s visit to Cambridge.
Mattresses everywhere this week for ANNA ISAAC.
LEO PARKER-REES / Writes review in haiku form / Just because he can.
ANNA ISAAC needs some lovin’. Find out why, and also where the clitoris is.