Girls and Boys review – ‘a drama that not only strikes,...

Tony Wilkes is wowed by an unexpected trip to see the Royal Court's latest show starring Carey Mulligan

The Corridor review – ‘a serious spectacle of operatic drama’

Isaac Pockney is spellbound by an opera that puts a fresh twist on a classic tale

Hanna Review – ‘strikingly honest’

Meg Harris is touched by a mother's monologue at the North Wall Centre

Hedda review – ‘stubbornly disturbing and nuanced’

The most anticipated-show of Hilary term lands with both style and substance

The Ferryman Review – ‘bursting with intergenerational energy and tragic potency’

Jez Butterworth and Sam Mendes' present a tale of a family riven by personal loss and political upheaval

Down with my Demons review – ‘tensions rise as secrets spill’

A talented cast bring this immersive and exciting piece of new writing to the stage

TEDDY Review – ‘Music is a point of connection between then...

Laura Plumley reflects on a musical pursuit of the American Dream

The 39 Steps review – ‘It is rare to see an...

Charles Britton is left with a smile on his face after an uncommonly fun night out in Oxford

Beautiful Thing review – ‘Ruckus Productions has certainly made some noise’

Franklin Nelson is impressed by this rendition of a thoughtful, timeless coming-of-age drama

‘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

Popular

There is still power in a union – but it erodes with our apathy

In a society increasingly driven towards division, the UCU pensions dispute highlights the challenges facing worker solidarity

Exclusive: Oxford Union release Trinity term card

Speakers include Lindsay Lohan, Jordan Peterson, and Peyton Manning

Government announces student loan interest rate rises

Students in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland will face interest rates on their loans of up to 6.3%

Oxford Chancellor Patten votes against government Brexit bill

Lord Patten was criticised for putting forward "a political argument dressed up as a trade argument" by former Conservative chancellor Lord Lawson

Oxford to confront colonial past in £20,000 project

The move will include returning treasures seized during the time of the British Empire, and the study of more black and Asian thinkers on degree courses