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Lysistrata Review – ‘some over-directing vitiates a few performances’

Katie Sayer's anticipation of Oriel Classics Society's interpretation of a bizarre Greek comedy turns out to be a tragedy

Let’s Talk About: Drunk Texts

Despite the vomiting, our drunk selves, and the embarrassing texts we send might just be worth listening too.

Hedda: “the story of a woman who demands a better life”

We chatted to the female-identifying members of the cast and crew of Hedda to find out what the play and its protagonist mean to them

Confessions of a Drama Queen: The Final Showdown

Our drama queen's term ends, not with a bang but a restraining order.

‘Twelfth Night’ review – ‘The Luscombe effect strikes again’

The RSC’s new version of Twelfth Night is an innovative reinterpretation, writes Katie Sayer

Confessions of a Drama Queen 6: Things get worse, again

Our drama queen goes into hiding, after some shocking humiliation.

Confessions of a Drama Queen 5: Things can only get better

Our drama queen's unparalleled potential is finally recognised

In conversation with Layo-Christina Akinlude

Katie Sayer talks Shakespeare and the pursuit of happiness with the star of 'As You Like It'

Confessions of a Drama Queen 4: I meet my Romeo

In the next instalment of 'Confessions of a Drama Queen', our eponymous diarist becomes infatuated with a fellow thespian

Confessions of a Drama Queen: A Change of Career

Under-appreciated in her own time not only as an actress but also as a reviewer, our melodramatic fresher is driven to desperation, even considering writing for Cherwell.

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Access denied: Oxford admits more Westminster pupils than black students

First-ever undergraduate admissions report reveals stark realities of Oxford's access problem

Oxford to expand access programmes after data release

The scheme, which provides spring and summer schools for students from under-represented backgrounds, will increase its intake by 50% from next year

Confusions – Review

More energetic performances were needed to do justice to the subtlety of Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy

Medea – Preview

A production that promises a masterful portrayal of the struggles of integration, womanhood and belonging

Review – A Midsummer Night’s Dream

The humour, wit and emotional depth contained within the text are lost to the physicality and slapstick