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Friday, November 17th

Confessions of a drama queen: Rejection and dismay

Our drama queen is unjustly rejected for a role, despite her obvious talent

‘Windows’ review: ‘Poignant and relevant’

Izzy Smith finds this interwar play still resonates powerfully today

Five minutes with Philippa Lawford, director of Tightrope Productions

We chat to Philippa Lawford, the director of Tightrope Productions, about her experiences with drama at Oxford, her involvement in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and her inspirations in the world of theatre.

Tis A Pity She’s A Piglet review – “Energetic and farcical,...

Ethan Croft reviews Paul Foot’s new venture, ‘Tis A Pity She’s A Piglet, as the Merton alumnus returns to Oxford on tour

‘Caesar’ at the Keble O’Reilly – preview

Miranda K. Gleaves previews 'Caesar', a hot new reinterpretation of a classic Shakespeare play from Cosmic Arts

Fringe Round-up: Six of the Best Stand-Up Shows

Izzy Smith rounds-up the best stand-up shows from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017

La Bohème review – ‘Shabby and chic but not lacking in...

Amid the fakery of Shoreditch, Jack Hunter finds a rare thing: an age-old opera that celebrates the joy of being young

Paul Foot – eccentric comedy from a Merton mathematician

Miranda K. Gleaves talks to ex-Mertonian Paul Foot, ahead of his new tour, which comes to Oxford on September 30th

Dido, Queen of Carthage at the RSC review – ‘Daring, poignant...

The RSC's new production of the lesser-performed 'Dido, Queen of Carthage' is a phenomenal achievement, writes Katie Sayer

The Comedy About a Bank Robbery’s Steffan Lloyd-Evans interview – ...

It’s fairly early in the morning when I sit down to interview Steffan Lloyd-Evans, the star of Mischief Theatre’s The Comedy About a Bank...
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