Authors Posts by Alexander Woolley

Alexander Woolley


Protests to save Port Meadow

Protesters outside the Union and Bodleian campaign against the University's construction on Roger Dudman Way

Focus on…The Old Fire Station

Alexander Woolley talks to Artistic Director Jeremy Spafford

Review: Another Country

Alex Woolley reviews the second Playhouse show of the term

Students are a boost to UK economy

A study by a university think-tank has shown that a drop in undergraduate enrolment would cost the UK economy billions of pounds

Hands tied on Fifty Shades spin-off

Alexander Woolley looks at a mischievous prank on a fickle industry

Preview: They Will Be Red

Alexander Woolley is impressed by this innovative BT production

Endeavour being filmed in Oxford

Endeavour, a prequel to Morse focussing on Morse as a young detective in the 1960's, is currently being filmed on location in Oxford.

Focus on… Pegasus Theatre

Alexander Woolley talks to Angharad Phillips, Youth Arts Leader at Pegasus Theatre

Pakistan Society criticised for Galloway talk

The Oxford Feminist Network protests against George Galloway’s appearance, citing his previous references to allegations facing Julian Assange

Preview: Angels in America

Alexander Woolley previews Hilary's first Playhouse production


Union Standing Committee vote to continue with Bannon event

Officials voted narrowly to not cancel the event, despite pressure from student groups

Oxford Dictionaries announce Word of the Year 2018

Runners-up included 'big dick energy', 'incel', and 'gammon'

Normal People Review – ‘a novel that speaks to the current climate’

Jenny Scoones discusses the portrayal of masculinity and friendship in Sally Rooney's second novel

Labour councillor suspended for anti-semitism to rejoin party

Lloyd-Shogbesan was suspended from the Labour council after he shared "inappropriate and offensive" posts

Oxford Union officers revolt against Steve Bannon invite

Union secretary Nick Brown has called an emergency meeting of Standing Committee – the society’s governing body – to vote on cancelling the event on Friday