Chloe Taylor finds much to praise in the Oxford Revue's latest performance
The subtle destruction of office careers, told via its character's monologue is amusing and meaningful.
Katie Sayer's anticipation of Oriel Classics Society's interpretation of a bizarre Greek comedy turns out to be a tragedy
We chat to Philippa Lawford, the director of Tightrope Productions, about her experiences with drama at Oxford, her involvement in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and her inspirations in the world of theatre.
Cherwell contributors reflect upon the best student theatre of Hilary Term.
Roddy Howland Jackson is charmed by a dynamic, absurdist comedy of historic proportions
A production that promises a masterful portrayal of the struggles of integration, womanhood and belonging
The RSC's new production of the lesser-performed 'Dido, Queen of Carthage' is a phenomenal achievement, writes Katie Sayer
Miranda K. Gleaves previews 'Caesar', a hot new reinterpretation of a classic Shakespeare play from Cosmic Arts
Katie Sayer finds 'The Comedy About a Bank Robbery' to be a perfectly cathartic comic concoction