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Susannah Goldsbrough delves into the archive to discuss Marlowe’s Edward II

Brutalist Russia and Bowie: Marlowe’s Edward II reimagined

Alex Barasch talks to the cast and crew of this radical new take on Marlowe’s masterpiece

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

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

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James Lamming enjoys a sometimes stilted production of a difficult play

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