Preview: Three Men in a Boot: A Rather Sketchy Show

If your finger isn’t on the pulse of the Oxford comedy scene, this comic extravaganza may be just the thing you need to pull...

A word from the stalls

Miriam Nemmaoui accosts a teary-eyed audience member emerging from the Burton Taylor Studio, after the final showing of STOP

Review: ‘Two Way Mirror’

Alice Robinson reflects on an admirable attempt to tackle a difficult pair of plays

Don’t miss your STOP

Hannah Arndt is full of enthusiasm for a preview of an original student musical

Review: ‘Collaborators’

Tilly Nevin rates this student production as amongst the best she has seen in Oxford

Review: STOP

Amaris Proctor admires this play's refreshingly frank attitude towards mental illness

A fusion of movement, light, and sound

Christopher James Goring finds much to admire in the complexity of Illuminated

Review: John Hodge’s ‘Collaborators’

Bessie Yuill finds herself simultaneously amused and disturbed by this dark tragedy about a fictional meeting between Stalin and Bulgakov

Review: ‘Edward II’

Susannah Goldsbrough is captivated by Oxford's finest acting talents and their leather leggings

‘Enter First Lobster’

Miriam Nemmaoui plays the drama queen and attacks the state sector's failing arts curriculum

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Deep into the long vac, Annie reflects on her first year friendships

McQueen Review – “an example of masterful documentary film-making”

Ian Bonhôte's creation celebrates McQueen’s legacy as a skilled artist and visionary

Welcome Freshers!

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Let’s talk about: Medicine Resits

Learning that you have to resit your medicine exams is difficult, and it is only made worse by an unfair system

Witch Hunt Review – ‘Dizzily funny writing and disastrous hair’

Horseplay Productions' politically-charged sketch comedy hits comedic targets despite an ambiguous through-line.