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It’s going to be MAD

The directors of 5th weeks modern American drama (MAD) festival talk to Cherwell about what we can expect

Diary of an Angel

Honest confessions from the Angels in America cast and crew

Know Your Thesp: Georgina Hellier

A glimpse at those treading the boards of the Oxford theatre scene

Where are they now: Hugh Grant

Cherwell Stage looks at another of the Oxford stage's great alumni

Where are they now: Al Murray

Cherwell Stage continues its look at Oxonian thesps of the past with the famous pub landlord

The Bluffers’ Guide to: Women on Stage

Our weekly guide talks you through all the classic roles available to female actors

A Bluffer’s Guide to: Terence Rattigan

Our weekly guide for the theatrically illiterate illuminates this establishment classic

A Bluffer’s Guide to: George Bernard Shaw

Our weekly guide for the theatrically illiterate talks you through the great socialist writer

A Bluffers’ Guide to: Anton Chekhov

Our weekly guide for the theatrically illiterate talks you through the Russian literary genius

A Bluffers’ Guide to: Arthur Miller

Our weekly guide for the theatrically illiterate talks you through GCSE-syllabus American favourite

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