A fresher’s first forays into Oxford theatre

Christopher Goring reveals his first experiences in the Oxford drama scene

Review: ‘Living With The Lights On’

Izzy Smith is gripped by a play that shines a light on a dark illness

Review: D@tes

James Lamming enjoys a witty take on 21st century dating at the BT Studio

Review: Dreamgirls

Sam Purnell is blown away by this revival of the classic musical at the Savoy Theatre

One man in his time plays many parts

Susannah Goldsbrough looks back over the career of Ian McKellen, one of the greatest Shakespearean actors of our time

Review: The Pillowman

ATG's production is a triumphant display of dark humour and raw emotion - not for the faint-hearted

Review: In the Republic of Happiness

James Lamming enjoys a sometimes stilted production of a difficult play

Preview: The Pillowman

Jeevan Ravindran relishes the brutal comedy of ATG's production of The Pillowman

Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Nina Crisp is enamoured by this sellout adaptation of Shakespeare's classic comedy at the Pilch

Preview: Bang Bang You’re Dead

Amaris Proctor looks forward to seeing this darkly playful production


Don’t delete Facebook – wise up

We should bring a healthy dose of scepticism to what we encounter online

Oxford beats Cambridge for data security

A cybersecurity firm found that Cambridge had its email addresses stolen more than twice as often as Oxford

Preview: Oxford favourites ahead of Varsity double-header

The Dark Blues are looking for a third consecutive double victory

Vice chancellor calls for calm as new pensions deal proposed

Under the proposed agreement, the current defined benefit pension scheme will remain until at least April 2019

Letter to: My Ex

"Why would I want to forget?" You'll be in my memories forever.