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

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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

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

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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

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

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Suzy Cripps talks mental illness and magic with the writers of a new musical

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