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Sunday, June 26, 2022

James Lamming

Cliché of the week: “Where’s the cue ball going?”

James Lamming pleads with John Virgo to cease from using his favourite catchphrase

Drop dead funny

James Lamming is impressed by the originality and comic maturity of the Oxford Imps’ latest production

The ‘post-truth’ era is a product of liberal denial

James Lamming argues that making ‘post truth’ the Oxford English Dictionary’s word of the year is a fundamentally arrogant move

The week according to… An Oxford tutor

As dreamt up by James Lamming

The Rise of Evil: a user’s guide

James Lamming on the unscrupulous way to power in the 21st Century

Review: [email protected]

James Lamming enjoys a witty take on 21st century dating at the BT Studio

Nineteen Eighty-Four in 2016

James Lamming explores the relevance of George Orwell's 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' in the era of Trump

Review: In the Republic of Happiness

James Lamming enjoys a sometimes stilted production of a difficult play

The blackest of Fridays

The coming of Black Friday raises questions about morals and the modern consumerist culture

A night at the clubs: Hypnotize

James Lamming is put in a trance by the Isis' budget-friendly club night

Review: Summer and Smoke

James Lamming is delighted by the best show he has seen in Oxford

A night at the clubs: Two Doors Down @ The Cellar

Two Doors Down's indie extravaganza leaves James Lamming hungry for more

Historic Mistake: Art History consigned to the past

Preserving the humanities is vital to future prosperity

Alternative, but not Right

James Lamming reflects on the alt-right movement and symbols of hate