The Pillowman First Night Review

The Pillowman proves to be a thought-provoking evening

The Films of 2008

What rocked the box office this year?

Lost kids and exploding dogs

Two blockbusters are heading to cinemas this week. We take a look...

The Pillowman Preview

Wilner's direction of The Pillowman both distresses and impresses

Chain Reaction: Spinal Tap

How the original rockumentary changed music

The World’s A Stage: Japan

Cherwell investigates the arts of Noh and Kabuki

Oxford Shakespeare reaches new heights…

A second look at this week’s production of Romeo and Juliet

Radical harmony

Political radicalism - still thriving in the music industry.

A Special Boy: Review

The play promises to entertain - but does it live up to expectations?

The Winter’s Tale

Stage review of a seasonal Shakespeare classic.


Pablo Neruda’s subtle patterns show us how to feel

The brilliant simplicity of the Chilean poet is his greatest strength

The debate to ban slates shouldn’t be overlooked

Union internal politics may seem irrelevant, but this cronyism has repercussions for our future society

JCR presidents ‘disappointed’ by access report

The letter calls on the University and Colleges "to take every possible step to ensure that this situation improves in the short and long-term"

Access denied: Oxford admits more Westminster pupils than black students

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

University under fire for ‘pathetic’ retweet

Journalism Sathnam Sanghera told Cherwell: "I think the RT...demonstrates a real entrenched resistance to change"