Citizenship Preview – ‘challenges the binary of sexuality’

Mark Ravenhill's exploration of the nature of bisexuality in this coming-of-age drama is continually relevant

Nice Guy Review – ‘hard to believe written by students’

The complexity of Sam Norman and Aaron King’s new musical, which focuses on the inner-workings of an abusive relationship is astounding

Breaking down stigma, challenging genre, and facilitating conversation – the new...

A visit to the Oxfordshire charity 'Clean Slate' with the cast of new musical 'Nice Guy'

Top Girls Preview – ‘a vibrant period piece’

This new production of Caryl Churchill's play may be a portrait of a specific time, but is still intensely relevant.

‘Family Friends’ Review: ‘a definite sparkle’

Katie Knight sees potential in this night of improvised comedy, but is let down by pacing and clunky mistakes

The Threepenny Opera Review – ‘both unsettling and wildly entertaining’

Faye Heron reviews this term's Playhouse show which she finds serves to bring up important social issues whilst simultaneously being vigorously entertaining

The Oxford Revue: Best of the Fringe Review – ‘these are...

The Oxford Revue's desires to experiment creates some hilarious moments, but perhaps lacks through-line to bring the show together

The Threepenny Opera Preview – ‘promises to be exhilarating’

This term's Playhouse show paints a heightened portrait of the inner-city's criminal underworld.

Interview: OUDS President Francesca Amewudah-Rivers

Cesca Echlin meets this year's OUDS President to discuss post-Medea hype, the need for increased representation in theatre, and what she wants to change about Oxford student drama.

‘The Fishermen’ Review – a ‘mesmerising’ and ‘almost biblical’ tale

A story of Nigerian brotherhood frames personal and national tragedy

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Tea Party Productions' 'Salome' shows the play's continuing power to unsettle