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Titus Andronicus at the RSC – “Why dost thou laugh? It...

Will Austin finds the RSC's new production of 'Titus Andronicus' to be an intriguing blend of gore and farce

‘Hotter’ at the Fringe – experimental and warm, but just short...

Ela Portnoy leaves this piece of feminist theatre with a smile on her face

The Oxford Imps at the Fringe review: ‘High energy and entertaining’

Izzy Smith couldn't stop laughing at this silly but witty improvised comedy show

‘Peer Gynt’ at the Fringe review – “a masterfully crafted production”

Set in a timeless world of trolls, princesses and flying deer, Peer Gynt tells the story of a young man’s adventure after he leaves...

‘Queen Anne’ review – ‘a complex portrait of our political inheritance’

Ethan Croft is impressed by this tale of a reluctant yet innovative monarch

“A fresh and beautiful contemporary jazz repertoire”

Ela Portnoy is overwhelmed by The Oxford Gargoyles' a capella performance at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour review – ‘Fizzing with energy and...

'Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour' impresses Izzy Smith with its audacity and heart

‘Road’ review – ‘A formidable fusion of poetry, movement and humour’

Lucy Miles finds bleak topicality in Jim Cartwright's 'Road', recently revived at London's Royal Court

‘STOP’ at the Fringe review – “it deserves an award for...

STOP, an original student musical at the Edinburgh Fringe, is a powerful engagement with today's mental health crisis, writes James Tibbles

Fringe 2017: ‘Radio’ review – “yet another gleaming success for Sunscreen...

Christian Bell finds recognisable features of university life in 'Radio', an original student play at the Edinburgh Fringe
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