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The Dandy Warhols are a band emblematic of student cynic chic: their we-take-drugs lyrics on Thirteen Tales of Urban Bohemia evoked a supremely stylish...

International Rescue

The New Noakes International, fronted by Pete Oxley, played the Wheatsheaf to promote their latest album Blue In Black and White. New Noakes comprise...

Nightmares on Wax

The successor to the Another Late Night series, Late Night Tales continues the tradition of getting artists to choose and mix the music that...

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David Gedge’s career is founded on his love of John Peel. Gedge is one of those people who obsessively records the festive fifty every...

It’s Love at First Science

Despite knowing that this production was being revived after rave reviews and a sell-out run, I was slightly puzzled as to how physics could...

Right to Pointillism

As a self-confessed art philistine, I look Georges Seurat’s nineteenth century pointillist painting Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte and see...

A Midsummer Night’s Scream

With just six actors and a five-person crew, the idea of staging any Shakespearean drama with so few people can only be described as...

It’s a Shaw Success

With a musical as popular as My Fair Lady, audiences invariably go to see it with fixed preconceptions as to how it should be...

Politics is a Two-Way Street

This year’s local elections brought excellent results for the Liberal Democrats. With 30% of the vote, this was our strongest ever performance a nationwide...

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Last week OUSU released a startling report exposing the massive financial inequalities that exist between colleges in Oxford, and the subsequent disparities in services...

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