‘I had fantastic opportunities in my life, I want all young people to have the same’
Buttnik was funny, witty and thought-provoking, says Peter Curry.
Dani Cugini has never regretted hating wine more.
Peter Curry found Haydn’s Surprise Symfunny funny, quirky, and energetic.
Justin Yang was buoyed up by this delightful night of stand up.
Flo Best and Ellen McGrath had a whale of a time and surprisingly learned a bit about belugas along the way.
One Cambridge student has suffered through a year of bizarre abuse, and he’s not staying silent any longer.
WILL POPPLEWELL does not entirely get into this hour of exam-term standup.
This week, CHARLIE PALMER wants to convince you to give stand-up a chance.
ANNA WILMOT speaks to legendary funny man, Alan Davies, about QI, Jonathon Creek, and the follow-up to his long-awaited return to stand-up comedy with his show, Little Victories.
CHLOE COLEMAN finds an hour of comedy with no plot line or common thread refreshingly simple, yet reliably funny
STEPHEN K AMOS talks stand-up, dream venues, and pre-show nerves
LEYLA LESNIAREK-HAMID is impressed by some of this year’s new talent on the Cambridge comedy scene.
Legendary Tab columnist MARK LIU gives the new Footlights President a grilling.
ZOE DAVIGNON is generally delighted by exam term humour and Tab bashing at the SCA Smoker.
This sketch show does little to appease its namesake, writes ALISHAH SHARIFF.
WILL HEILPERN talks to stand-up comedian and ex-Geography teacher ROB ROUSE about urban ducks, his ‘radical feminism’ and the purpose of comedy.
LAUREN CHAPLIN chats to 22-year-old comedian DANIEL SLOSS about swear words, his favourite pokemon and why he hates you.