Susannah Goldsbrough is captivated by Oxford's finest acting talents and their leather leggings
Sîan Bayley finds much to praise in 'Girls Will Be Girls' at the BT Studio
Harry Hatwell is impressed by the mirror of contemporary reality in an ambitious adaptation at the Keble O'Reilly
Michael Grandage's use of dark humour and relentless gore to explore Ireland's complex history of sectarian conflict.
Louis Morris finds this year’s Oxford Greek Play, Euripides’ Bacchae, aims high but fails to impress.
Jorge Lopez Llorente is transfixed by a dynamic production of a Tennessee Williams' hidden gem
Jacob Greenhouse is impressed by the freshness of Consortium Novum’s production of The Marriage of Figaro
Suzy Cripps talks mental illness and magic with the writers of a new musical
Amber Sidney-Woollett says 'Lady in The Sheets' should leave the laughs at the door and stick to emotional impact
A close cast and crew underline the generational aspects of Shakespeare's tale of conflict, all in a female offenders unit