Cherwell Theatre takes a look at the most exciting shows for the term ahead
Ami Griffiths is impressed by a direct but deft portrayal of bisexuality.
Louisa Cotterhill is left stunned by 'Phèdre', a modern rendition of an ancient tragedy
In the third instalment of 'Confessions of a Drama Queen', our eponymous diarist considers a change of career
Nina Crisp enjoys an intense and enjoyable performance
Adam Radford-Diaper is deeply moved by Cosmic Arts' marking of the centenary of the 1918 armistice
The most anticipated-show of Hilary term lands with both style and substance
This week we chat to John Livesey, the manager of Klaxon Productions
Alice Taylor previews Antonia Hansen's interpretation of a Hitchcock comedy
Set in a timeless world of trolls, princesses and flying deer, Peer Gynt tells the story of a young man’s adventure after he leaves...