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‘Frost/Nixon’ by St John’s Drama Society – Review 

"Rohan Joshi is a star turn as President Nixon. His wounded gait, booming American accent, and measured pace of delivery kept the audience rapt."

A queer exploration of new age romance: ‘Best of Five’ Review

"Watching ‘Best of Five’ felt like I was watching a combination of mine and my friends' university experience playing out in front of me. "

‘Spectacular throughout’: OUO at the Sheldonian- review

"The Sheldonian Theatre was treated on Saturday of 4th week to a display by some of the University’s best musical talent."

Poor Things – Fashion Deconstructed

"Disturbing and spirited, Poor Things unconventional story is truly supported by equally unconventional but meaningful designs."

A modern way of doing Chekhov: The Cherry Orchard Review

"If the look of the production is traditional, then Esme Buzzard’s translation is distinctly fresh."

‘Frost/Nixon’ by St John’s Drama Society – Review 

"Rohan Joshi is a star turn as President Nixon. His wounded gait, booming American accent, and measured pace of delivery kept the audience rapt."

A queer exploration of new age romance: ‘Best of Five’ Review

"Watching ‘Best of Five’ felt like I was watching a combination of mine and my friends' university experience playing out in front of me. "

‘Spectacular throughout’: OUO at the Sheldonian- review

"The Sheldonian Theatre was treated on Saturday of 4th week to a display by some of the University’s best musical talent."

Poor Things – Fashion Deconstructed

"Disturbing and spirited, Poor Things unconventional story is truly supported by equally unconventional but meaningful designs."

A modern way of doing Chekhov: The Cherry Orchard Review

"If the look of the production is traditional, then Esme Buzzard’s translation is distinctly fresh."

Daddy Longlegs: a Big Step Up for Student Production

"Daddy Longlegs went above and beyond the standard I’ve come to expect of student productions in my time at Oxford."

Review: Chaucer Here and Now, Weston Library

"Mansplaining scribes, scandalised censors, and unfinished endings. Even from day one, there is no stable and single Chaucer."

Gawain and the Green Knight – Review

"Gawain and the Green Knight was a play I was eager to see."

Five Songs for the Fifth Week Blues

"I believe that music makes a lot of things in life better. Fifth week at Oxford is no exception."

Crafting Kingship: Hellenistic Royal Portraiture

"A standardised visual vocabulary of royal ideology represented by statues and coinage"

Oxford University Short Film Festival 2024 – Day 5

"The Keble O’Reilly was yet again packed for the last night of what has, by all accounts, been a fantastically successful run for the Oxford University Short Film Festival (OUSFF). "

Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before: Week 3

"Each week, Rufus brings you a poem along with his thoughts on it. This week, he looks at The Winter Palace, by Phillip Larkin."

Oxford University Short Film Festival 2024- Day 3

"The turnout was impressive, and Keble’s O’Reilly theatre was buzzing as we waited for the evening’s entertainment to start. "

Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before: Week 1

"Rufus' second column of the term looks at the poem Spring by Gerard Manley Hopkins."

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