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Review: “Smart Casual” // GOYA Theatre

'For a student work the topics discussed are close to home. It’s why the promise of a grounded and tender depiction of undeniably important years works so well. The piece made me feel like that time could be a bit more real, and so a bit more manageable.'

The Prom: rainbow lighting, James Corden & the stage-to-screen adaptation

After a year in which curtains have hardly left stage floors, The Prom gives theatre fans a much needed dose of gliz, glamour and cheese. Katie Kirkpatrick reviews.

An unhealthy obsession? The cult of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Cats’

I must confess – I am quite obsessed with Cats. Not the animal, of course, but Andrew Lloyd Webber’s seminal 1981 musical and the 2019 film...

‘The Last Five Years’: discussing adaptation, distance and theatre’s survival

Imagine if you could see how your relationships would end as soon as you started them. In The Last Five Years, this premise is...

Review: Beard

McNelis' new musical is gripping and raises the important issue of homophobia in sport.

Review: Spring Awakening

The Oxford Playhouse's Michaelmas Musical proves an ambitious, vibrant and exiting feat.

Preview: Spring Awakening

Jaya Rana previews Oxford Playhouse's Michaelmas student musical, Spring Awakening.

“All My Loving”- a love letter to the Beatles’ uncompromising “A...

John, Paul, George and Ringo, chased through the oft-mistook Marylebone station, boyishly attempting to evade a hoard of adoring young fans. It is an iconic scene...
A man and woman sit facing apart on separate ends of a mock-train with violin players in the centre

Review: Amélie The Musical – ‘a story of relentless optimism’

A touring production of the 2015 Broadway show finally comes into its own at the New Theatre Oxford

Review: How to Use a Washing Machine – ‘script and score...

SLAM Theatre's original musical impresses in Oxford before it embarks on a national tour