Sexism in Jazz

Lola Grieve explores the underrepresentation of women in jazz in discussion with female jazz musicians at Oxford

For Colored Girls Review – “An intimacy that focuses...

A powerful performance of Shange's work that presents personal stories of love, loss, hope, and renewal

Dining Al Desko review – ‘pure tragicomedy’

Alastair Curtis' intertwined monologues tease out the humour and poignancy of office life

Romeo and Juliet Review – ‘immensely effective’

A bold and haunting production that places the deadly feud in HM Prison Verona

A Doll’s House Review – ‘the pace of the narrative was...

A cohesive aesthetic experience, but a shortened script hampers character development

No Man Ever – Preview

A production that is wholly and intensely focused on human interaction and language

Is the publishing boom ‘a sign of cultural vitality’?

Despite the recent publishing boom, the literary landscape is looking increasingly

Romeo and Juliet – Preview

A close cast and crew underline the generational aspects of Shakespeare's tale of conflict, all in a female offenders unit

Dining al Desko Preview – ‘a tale of high treachery and...

An acutely observed examination of inane office politics, despair, and social media

Spotlight: Donald Glover

Donald Glover makes the uncomfortable popular

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Let’s talk about: Medicine Resits

Learning that you have to resit your medicine exams is difficult, and it is only made worse by an unfair system

Witch Hunt Review – ‘Dizzily funny writing and disastrous hair’

Horseplay Productions' politically-charged sketch comedy hits comedic targets despite an ambiguous through-line.

Premier League Predictions 2018/19

With the Premier League now underway, it's time to place your bets, make your predictions, and debate the fortunes of England's football elite.

Exclusive: Oxford employed monk convicted of child sex abuse despite ban

Father Bernard Green taught at a total of seven Oxford colleges between 2000 and 2012, but St. Benet's bosses were aware of the nature of his ban as early as 2006