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Francesca Wade

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What Doherty did next…

Cherwell saw Pete Doherty of Pete Doherty infamy at the O2 Academy, and was pleasantly surprised by both his punctuality and his performance

Review: Marcus Foster Live

Francesca Wade is impressed by the rock ballads of Robert Pattinson's best mate

Review: Cause Celebre

Francesca Wade finds cause for celebration in this revival of Rattigan's final play

Review: Mahomet and Zaire

Francesca Wade is nearly but not quite convinced by these tales of religious fanaticism

Review: Faultlines (New Writing Festival)

Francesca Wade watches someone swim out of the Burton Taylor...

A song about flippers? S-imp-le

Francesca Wade is wowed by the Oxford Imps in rehearsal and in performance

Review: Year of the Rat

George Orwell finds love and talking animals on a remote island...

Review: Batman The Pantomime

The Dark Knight becomes Light Entertainer

Farce: A Serious Business

An interview with author and director of Restrictions May Apply

Review: Troilus and Cressida

A highly rated production of an underrated play

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Beyond even the sprawling shots of the Indian landscapes, Hirani’s film achieves the quality of epic.

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Maxim Mower enjoys a touring production of Dirty Dancing at the New Theatre, which he says will satisfy lovers of the 1987 movie.