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This term's Playhouse show paints a heightened portrait of the inner-city's criminal underworld.

Interview: OUDS President Francesca Amewudah-Rivers

Cesca Echlin meets this year's OUDS President to discuss post-Medea hype, the need for increased representation in theatre, and what she wants to change about Oxford student drama.

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A story of Nigerian brotherhood frames personal and national tragedy

‘The Jungle’ Review — a somber celebration of solidarity, hope...

Leaving the theatre and walking straight into the first grey downpour of rain we had had in months never felt more fitting an atmosphere...

The Edinburgh Fringe experience in 2018 – the ‘magic’ of the...

A summary of the 2018 Fringe experience, as we say goodbye to the festival for another year

Crave Review – ‘moments of tenderness crushed by memories of trauma’

Sarah Kane's emotive text is embodied with both beauty and horror at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Machinal Review – ‘poignant but not perfect’

A play with an imperfect but impactful vision, inspired by a poignant true story of murder and womanhood

The Squirrel Plays Review – ‘carried off with subtlety and aplomb’

Tenderness and humour emerge from a play that challenges a sobering subject

Eat Your Heart Out review – ‘A nuanced and authentic exploration...

Tightrope Productions' devised piece proves particularly heartfelt at the Edinburgh Fringe.

The Oxford Revue: ‘Wasted’, and ‘Group Work’ Reviews – “More time...

The audience is left wanting more from the writing at The Oxford Revue's two Fringe shows.

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