Katie Knight reviews upcoming Oxford grad company Poltergeist Theatre's new show 'Art Heist', where three art thieves try to steal the same painting on the same night!
The Oxford Revue are headed to the Playhouse stage in 8th week, along with some special guests
A touring production of the 2015 Broadway show finally comes into its own at the New Theatre Oxford
Last week the Oxford Union played host to the Oxfordshire finals of the Debating Matters championship. The competition for sixth-form students took place as part of...
Witty, absurd, and ultimately hilarious, Q&A is an entertaining one-act play, even if at times the dialogue lacks spontaneity
Does M.L Rio's debut novel prioritise style over substance?
The Owlets’ adaption of a Broadway legend provides great character performances and hilarious Beyoncé-inspired dance routines
Stellar performances and staging create a wonderfully emotive piece, but its bitter narrative makes it a hard pill to swallow
"The final scene I saw – a relentless, breezy epiphany, beautifully handled in all its profanity by Tupper – emphasises this point more than any: it’s about 'creating your own metric for your own happiness'."
A cheerful rendition of 'Payday' and some impressive character analysis make for a stunningly professional fifth week production.
Omelette Productions presents an unconventional take on a Tom Stoppard translation
House of Improv presents an improvised hour of moon shoes, jacuzzis, and reckless fun