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Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Katie Sayer

Confessions of a drama queen: Rejection and dismay

Our drama queen is unjustly rejected for a role, despite her obvious talent

Dido, Queen of Carthage at the RSC review – ‘Daring, poignant and powerful’

The RSC's new production of the lesser-performed 'Dido, Queen of Carthage' is a phenomenal achievement, writes Katie Sayer

The Comedy About a Bank Robbery’s Steffan Lloyd-Evans interview – “most of the time I like to make people laugh”

It’s fairly early in the morning when I sit down to interview Steffan Lloyd-Evans, the star of Mischief Theatre’s The Comedy About a Bank...

The Comedy About a Bank Robbery review – ‘half the audience are in quantifiable hysterics’

Katie Sayer finds 'The Comedy About a Bank Robbery' to be a perfectly cathartic comic concoction

There’s more to prehistory than cave drawings and diplodocuses

Katie Sayer revisits Yuval Noah Harari's tale of a revolutionary world

Oxford Takes The Fringe

Katie Sayer presents Cherwell's comprehensive guide to the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe

“An ethereal but disillusioned fairytale grounded in historical reality”

Katie Sayer highly recommends 'Yank!', a new musical about gay subculture in the US military during WW2

“Refreshing, original and honest – a genuine delight to watch”

Katie Sayer gives five stars to 'Touch', a brand new sexual comedy from the makers of 'Fleabag', at the Soho Theatre

“Charlie Fink is a genius, and ‘Cover My Tracks’ a triumph”

Katie Sayer is enraptured by Charlie Fink's modest yet outstanding new play 'Cover My Tracks'

A day in the life of… A script writer

Stage editor Katie Sayer considers the Oxford drama scene from the perspective of a budding playwright

‘Plebs’ triumphs despite low expectations

Katie Sayer finds much to love in the recently-renewed adult sitcom

“If you’d told me a year ago I would never have believed it”

Katie Sayer chats to Callum Cameron, the writer and star of They Built It, No One Came – coming to Oxford following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe and a sell-out week in London

An odd mix of Sophocles, Stoppard and Wilde

Katie Sayer gives four stars to Simon Callow's revival of a 1970s classic

“Even while expecting an hour of postmodernist drama, I couldn’t have been more unprepared”

Katie Sayer recovers from the gripping and disturbing 'Marat/Sade' at the Keble O'Reilly