A stunning and intimate performance leaves ALLAN HENNESSY wanting to sweat profusely with Nigel Farage at zumba class.
JAMIE WEBB talks to one of Cambridge’s biggest student bands about cracked phones, glandular fever, and stroking goldfish to death.
The cast of Pelican, a new sketch show opening at the Corpus Playroom next week, talk to us about comedy, football, and birds
JACK LEWY is surprised and impressed by this year’s sterling Union Ball
Pembroke Player’s home leg of their Japan Tour demonstrates impressive acting, despite a sparse production
TOBIAS DE MONFORT-JONAS considers this most conceptual of nights
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OLIVIA BELL and JESSICA ROSE were left elated and amused by this un-bee-lievable late show that, with some polishing, could be spell-binding
The Tab interviews James McAulay, one of the creators of new Cambridge online music service Encore.
Isobel Cockerell meets Cambridge DJ legend, Napper Tandy, founder of Turf.
EMILY MARR is blown away by a one-night stand of epic proportion
ALLAN HENNESSY is unimpressed with a performance that fails to bring Miller’s genius to life
ABBI BROWN is impressed and comforted by this singular show
LOUIS SHANKAR is left very uncertain about this play about two of the twentieth century’s greatest scientists
DANIEL LEWIS serves up a little slice of musical and life advice for Cambridge’s new arrivals
Two students laid on a new piece of performance art with a bizarre and shocking twist
Put down those flashcards and pencil some of these events into your revision timetable.
Lent term speaker revealed exclusively on the Tab
Vising the Union last night, the mighty Roy Hodgson got all confused about LGBT footballers and oxymorons
And no, we don’t just mean metaphorically at an Atheist Society meeting
After this term’s consent workshops, an anonymous rape survivor speaks out
As gales continue, HANNAH ROSE writes an open letter to her beloved Girton
Caius defeat Jesus in the first match of Division 1
The Tab brings you the low down on the Varsity Rugby, this year focusing on WWI
Some people really hate Nigel Farage
JOE GOODMAN visits Cambridge’s most venerable institution, Cindies, to talk about Lust
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