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A Night Under the Stars: Reviewing Enclosure

The programme for Mostly Moss Productions' Enclosure reads: “In this time of crisis hold each other closer. In community with each other, and with the more-than-human, with love: resist”....

Delightful, witty and well-rendered: ‘Blithe Spirit’ in review

In something of a swan song for Oxford’s A2 Productions, on the 9-12th November, they...

“Staying in the trouble” at Oxford

“Staying with the trouble”. This was a quote from feminist geographer and all-round academic...

Before Midnight: ‘Linklater manages to paint a picture of love that feels real, without sacrificing any sense of beauty or magic’. 

'Before Midnight, then, beautifully and honestly draws Linklater’s Before trilogy to a fitting conclusion. As a meditation on love and relationships it reminds us that it’s not always plain sailing, but that this doesn’t erase or dampen our past experiences.' Josh McGrane evaluates the final instalment of Richard Linklater's beloved 'Before' trilogy.

The Duchess of Malfi: A Review

"Evocative performances, convoluted script, limited visual resources"

A Night Under the Stars: Reviewing Enclosure

The programme for Mostly Moss Productions' Enclosure reads: “In this time of crisis hold each other closer. In community with each other, and with...

Delightful, witty and well-rendered: ‘Blithe Spirit’ in review

In something of a swan song for Oxford’s A2 Productions, on the 9-12th November, they took to the Keble O’Reilly Theatre for their production of...

“Staying in the trouble” at Oxford

“Staying with the trouble”. This was a quote from feminist geographer and all-round academic queen Donna Haraway (2016), cited in Elwood and Leszczynski’s (2018)...

Before Midnight: ‘Linklater manages to paint a picture of love that feels real, without sacrificing any sense of beauty or magic’. 

'Before Midnight, then, beautifully and honestly draws Linklater’s Before trilogy to a fitting conclusion. As a meditation on love and relationships it reminds us that it’s not always plain sailing, but that this doesn’t erase or dampen our past experiences.' Josh McGrane evaluates the final instalment of Richard Linklater's beloved 'Before' trilogy.

The Duchess of Malfi: A Review

"Evocative performances, convoluted script, limited visual resources"

Narcissus : a review

"It is perhaps unsuprising that a play names after a boy who falls in love with himself should be as self-indulgent as ...Narcissus is."

No guts, no glory : the Bones and All premiere

"Bones and All...will undeniably spark conversation, introspection and philosophical debate"

‘Blithe Spirit’: In conversation with A-squared Productions

'Blithe Spirit', running at the Keble O’Reilly theatre from the 9th – 12th November will be A2 productions final Oxford show after successes such...

Breakwater : Oxford’s first student feature-film in forty years

"Recently, our primary filming location burnt down"

I Hope You Fall In Love And I Hope It Breaks Your Heart

"Pasoori is more than just a catchy hit which broke out of Pakistan; it’s a beautiful and progressive statement of social and cultural values."

Things Forough Farrokhzad taught me 

"She taught me never to be ashamed of living a bold life"

‘Maurice’ : A review

"It is the perfect choice for the start of term with the potential for all of us to find a piece of ourselves"

Don’t Worry Darling – Review

'You get the impression that is was intended to be a feminist statement - but a statement of what ?'

Why Isn’t Dystopian Fiction Fun Anymore?

"I wonder if the dystopian novels that we read...are really so far off from our own reality"

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