“Injections of humour amidst the Beckettian existential angst”

Emily Lawford is impressed by Leveaux’s revival of Tom Stoppard's meta-theatrical tragicomedy Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

‘Caesar’ at the Keble O’Reilly – preview

Miranda K. Gleaves previews 'Caesar', a hot new reinterpretation of a classic Shakespeare play from Cosmic Arts

Parliament Square – ‘an assemblage of half-formed thoughts’

The Bush Theatre’s production of James Fritz’s new play fails to live up to its full potential, writes John Livesey

Five minutes with: Audrey, the mysterious figurehead of The Oxford Revue

This week, we chat to Audrey, the Oxford Revue’s mysterious icon.

The C-Bomb review – ‘the perfect antidote for those mid-term blues’

Delphine Chalmers is charmed by this self-assured, intelligent, and funny piece of student writing

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

Confessions of a Drama Queen 3: the shame continues

In the third instalment of 'Confessions of a Drama Queen', our eponymous diarist considers a change of career

“An aspirational first performance”

Jacob Greenhouse is impressed by 'Blatavsky's Tower', the first production from newly founded company

‘Random’ preview – “Convincing and jarring”

Izzy Smith is impressed by what she sees of this masterfully emotive performance

The Oxford Imps at the Fringe review: ‘High energy and entertaining’

Izzy Smith couldn't stop laughing at this silly but witty improvised comedy show

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Combining volunteering with tourism often harms rather than helps disadvantaged communities

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