"Adam Radford-Diaper’s adaptation is slick and well-acted, often wonderfully absurd and funny, but ultimately leaves me feeling slightly cold."
Bertie Harrison-Broninski is impressed by the ambition and scope of this drama of political intrigue and belief
Lowenna Ovens finds this student-centric election night depiction to be an 'intriguing concept'
A cohesive aesthetic experience, but a shortened script hampers character development
Ela Portnoy applauds the strongest dance cast she's seen on an Oxford stage
Sam Moore's play about the complexities of relationships finds resonance with audiences of all kinds
"Studio 54" is a predictable story fascinated with the fall of an era of glamour.
John Livesey finds that Stephen Daldry's ambitious play loses its momentum
The Oxford Revue's desires to experiment creates some hilarious moments, but perhaps lacks through-line to bring the show together
The production is imaginative but the choice of play is inappropriate and bizarre, writes Susannah Goldsbrough