Picture Politics

Do politics have a place in the cinema?

Easy Virtue

We review the swinging new Noel Coward adaptation.

Perfect Vision

We get a good look at Oxford's telescope exhibition

All Stiles, no substance

Jenny Vass reviews Kieran Stiles' new exhibition.

Poetry in Motion

Andrew Motion's 'Ways of Life'

Book Review: Winter In Madrid

CJ Sansom, Pan Books, £7.99

Book Review: Musicophilia

Oliver Sacks, Picador, £8.99

Blasphemy: On The Road

This week, Cherwell gets angry about the Jack Kerouac 'classic'

The World’s A Stage: Cairo

Cherwell witnesses some unusual interpretations of Shakespeare...

Review: Endgame

Keble O'Reilley, Tuesday - Saturday 4th week


Still nothing moderate about Malaysia

For the no-platforming, self-proclaimed anti-fascists it does beg the question, where was your protest on Friday evening?
Cleopatra (Sophie Okonedo) kneels behind a dying Antony (Ralph Fiennes) flanked by two servants.

Review: Antony and Cleopatra – a star-studded Shakespeare

Lawrence Li is impressed by the National Theatre’s opulent imagining of a Shakespearean classic

Bhajis, bacteria, and bicycles: inside crew date kitchens

Cherwell obtained copies of the most recent hygiene food hygiene reports from At Thai, Jamal’s, and The Temple Lounge through Oxford City Council, all of which highlighted issues regarding hygiene, cleaning, and confidence in the restaurants’ management.

The Race is on

James Martin wonders whether Liverpool can hold on to win their first Premier League title?

Blues committee members vote on merger of women’s and men’s committees

The presidents' proposal is expected to meet opposition with captains of a number of teams signing a letter in opposition against the merger.