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Review: Gatsby at Trinity – the ‘love for Trinity College and...

Trinity College’s prequel to the Fitzgerald novel anticipates the debauchery of the Roaring Twenties in an exceedingly suitable location
The cast and crew of the play standing in a row in a garden setting with their arms around each other

The journey from script to stage

What is the process of staging a student production? We speak to the writer and director of this year's Christ Church garden play to find out.
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Review: The Tempest – ‘exploit the comic potential in Shakespeare’s verse’

RJ Productions present an enjoyable rendition of Shakespeare’s last solo-authored play, whose strongest points lie in its subtler elements
A woman in renaissance dress stands on top of a table, her arms raised; three other actors sit beside her, two of them in conversation and dressed in men's renaissance attire

Review: Amadeus – University College Players ‘have more than risen to...

With outstanding performances and excellent musical accompaniment, University College Players do justice to Peter Shaffer's Amadeus
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Review: A Little Night Music – ‘a sophisticated and pleasant performance’

Despite some minor setbacks on the opening night, A Little Night Music delivers a confident performance, including some moments of hilarity
five woman dressed in old-fashioned upper class dresses sitting in a garden setting; there is a chaise long, a sofa and a table with chairs

Review: A Woman of No Importance – ‘the best Wilde production...

With a terrific cast, a splendid setting, and a deft handling of the script, Magdalen Players' take on A Woman of No Importance proves to be a fourth week delight
A group of four young women and a young man rehearsing a scene from a play. There is a picture of Oscar Wilde on a wall in the background

Preview: A Woman of No Importance – ‘promises an informed, thorough...

Magdalen Players reimagine Oscar Wilde's melodramatic comedy in fourth week

Lysistrata Review – ‘some over-directing vitiates a few performances’

Katie Sayer's anticipation of Oriel Classics Society's interpretation of a bizarre Greek comedy turns out to be a tragedy
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