Radiohead

Considering the anticipation that has been attached to the new Radiohead material, for those of us who haven’t been bothered to download it already,...

Slip me some Skin

Ever since the untimely break up of Skunk Anansie, time has shown that their material has aged very well. Some would say not at...

Mogwai Fear No-one

Seeing Mogwai is an experience. Those who turn up with ear plugs have the wrong idea. The Sk8r Bois who came along because they...

Another Late Night

CLUBBING TWISTED NUCLEUZ TOUR THE ZODIAC SUNDAY 25TH MAY Ed real, Ryan H and James lawson feature in a bank holiday break-beat hot-house tin-trance...

David Gahan

As with everything Depeche Mode, Paper Monsters is a bit hit-and-miss. The spooky, hallucinogenic paranoia of the thick strings in ‘A Little Piece’ is...

Lou Reed

NYC Man is Lou Reed’s first self selected greatest hits and it certainly does a good job of representing a career which has spanned...

Three in a Bed Romp-Com

Noel Coward’s bisexual ménage a trois has lost none of its audacity in the seventy years since it was first performed on Broadway. This...

It’s Exactly the Riot Stuff

What do you get when you blend together some black comedy with a dash of theatre of the absurd, and add a sprinkling of...

A Woolf in Cheap Clothing

It’s a worrying sign if highbrow newspapers such as The Guardian have referred to Abi Morgan’s Splendour as the most “baffling” play of the...

The Filth Element

There is something inherently mysterious about the Oxford Revue: big names like Michael Palin and Alan Bennett are bandied around like secret handshakes. For...
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