Kitty Horsfall admires the cohesion of the different elements of this performance
As part of our look back on the Russian Revolution, Izzy Smith admires Dorfman’s complex but visceral examination of the aftermath of revolution in his play Death and the Maiden
Under-appreciated in her own time not only as an actress but also as a reviewer, our melodramatic fresher is driven to desperation, even considering writing for Cherwell.
Izzy Smith is impressed by what she sees of this masterfully emotive performance
We chat to Markus Beeken, a member of the Oxford University Light Entertainment Society (commonly referred to as “owls”), about his involvement with drama at Oxford.
Jacob Greenhouse declares 'Cyrano de Bergarec' a triumph.
Louis Morris finds this year’s Oxford Greek Play, Euripides’ Bacchae, aims high but fails to impress.
In our new satirical column, 'Confessions of a Drama Queen', Katie Sayer re-imagines the Oxford drama scene from the perspective of a very melodramatic fresher
James Woodbridge previews exciting new musical Cyrano de Bergerac
Chloe Taylor leaves 'Three Parallel Places' with mixed feelings