Molly talks you through how not to lose your cool when reality starts to set in
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.
Our plucky heroine falls deeper into the new world Professor Seydowsky has introduced her to as the Sunday Serial continues…
Romance may be dead, but JOSEPHINE PARKINSON is on hand to explain how you can still have fun for a fiver with RAG Blind Date.
Ahead of James Morrison’s sold out show at the Corn Exchange on Friday, JOHN BARDSLEY catches up with support act, Rainy Boy Sleep.
WILL SEYMOUR seeks the comfort of escapism in the bounteous bosom of a corseted Victorian wench, but even his own self-spun yarns end in a tangle of despair and impotence.
TABATHA LEGGETT speaks to Bombay Bicycle Club’s Suren De Saram about the band’s achievements so far and their plans for the future.
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.
For JENNA CORDEROY, the gig broke up the monotony of a Sunday evening and the band did their new album justice.