MATILDA WNEK finds a Lear with flashes of brilliance that is ultimately unable to weather the storm.
Jesus, SPS Quite how Matilda reconciles her carefully cultivated contemptus mundi with a senior role at an online newspaper is a question only she can answer. Her fresher life until she encountered The Tab was punctuated by poetry readings and competitive debating, neither of which was organised through the Facebook account that she definitely does not have. Known for filling her room with fairy lights and making a show of using her typewriter, her life has been described by one cynic as "a journey of realisation that things don't happen like they do in novels." She writes about culture, sex and the Big Society.
MATILDA WNEK: ‘Student theatre’ is dogged with associations of pretension, vacuity, talentless posing and dull or overambitious interpretations of classic texts, much more fiercely than unprofessional versions of other art forms.
Forget the hail, it’s raining culture this week, hallelujah!
All aboard the culture train for another week of (worthwhile) procrastination!
JESSICA ‘BARRY CRADSHAW’ has invented her own sin for week 8. Thou shallt not protest. Except against that bastard David Willetts.
CHLOE COLEMAN tells cinephiles and casual cinema-goers alike how to make the most of their Watersprite Festival long weekend.
HARRY SHUKMAN blogs CUSU election night live!
Stephen Hawking goes all fruity as he parties with a stag do.
The Tab’s 2014 May Ball coverage is officially kicking off as we reveal Tit Hall’s June Event main act
JAMES MITCHELL responds to the comments which met Saturday’s article about sexual assault.
Go to a modern college? Have to cycle to lectures? CLIVE HUNTER-JONES thinks you are scum.
MADELEINE SKIPSEY talks to the coach and captain of the firsts.
Both the football and hockey blues have released videos. Vote for the best here!