“It’s like heavy Abba”
Because no Cantabrigian Instagram is complete without one
Promising work-in-progress, not top-bill blowout, says Dani Cugini.
We caught up with the cast and crew before Tuesday’s debut
If you haven’t booked yet, you may still have a chance…
We sat down with Toby Marlow (the tamer) and Kate Reid (the shrew) to find out about Shakespeare, Americans and life on the road.
JESS LIM finds Macbeth a strong and enjoyable production, though not without flaws which prevent it from being great
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.
JAMES LOWTHER caught up with Matthew Healy of The 1975 to discuss touring schedules, the frailty of awards and song stealing
RACHEL TOOKEY quizzes comedian STEPHEN K AMOS about going on tour, edgy comedy and the best heckle he’s ever received.
River chiefs are cracking down on illegal punting companies, which will be banned from operating on the Cam next year.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG knows you can’t think very hard after the steely prongs of Tripos. Let him gently nudge you towards the worthy theatre to come. Best enjoyed tipsy.
Cantab Chris Wilson has reached the semi-finals of national competition ‘Live and Unsigned’, and could perform at the O2 if he makes it to the finals.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN is captivated by the Irish National Theatre’s masterful medley of monologues.
After two weeks, Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN sees The Movement’s production mid-tour. Bigger stage, bigger style, bigger success.
Two fearless Tab reporters have taken it upon themselves to experience the challenge that is Doxbridge. Sport, Lash and Craic. YOU tell them what to do to next.
University is ‘way more important than sitting in a bank and doing a normal job for three years.’ Susan Ann Sulley, member of electro-pop legends THE HUMAN LEAGUE tells KATIE FORSTER about her failed dreams of academia.
The Tab rounds up the Blues’ summer fixtures. An undefeated tour of America surely has the scum quaking in their boots.
Clare College Choir has been banned from singing in Bethlehem on Christmas Eve following pressure from Pro-Palestinian groups.