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Annual Town and Gown run takes place in Oxford

About 5,000 runners took part in the 40th annual Town and Gown 10k run through the streets of Oxford on the morning of Sunday,...

Oxford campus appears in Netflix’s Anatomy of a Scandal

Netflix’s Anatomy of a Scandal, which premiered on 15 April 2022, was partly filmed in Oxford.
two men sing onstage in front of a giant plant

A green scream machine at Queen’s – Review: Little Shop of...

Queen’s College needed a sassy, singing carnivorous plant. In drag.
Two girls sit on a table. One holds a baby, the other cradles her head in her hands.

“Hide the babies” – Review: Girls and Dolls

There’s been a recent uptick in global awareness of the history of Northern Ireland. We can trace it back, roughly, to 2018. That’s when Lisa McGee’s hit TV series Derry Girls, which chronicles the tribulations of growing up in Derry during the Troubles, arrived on screens worldwide; and just like that, Northern Ireland became the object of cultural fascination.

Oxford isn’t designed to change

"Oxford is doing what it is designed to do: reconstruct and renew Britain’s elite first, act as an educational institution second."

Access fatigue at Oxford: Letting ‘them’ in and letting ‘them’ down

"...my own feelings towards outreach are a lot more complex than they were when I first started."

“Strikingly modern” – Review: Twelfth Night at Waterperry Gardens

May McEvoy reviews Somerville College Drama Society and Sunday Productions' Twelfth Night.
Poster for "Little Shop of Horrors" in Oxford.

“Outside, in drag, covered in glitter”: Little Shop of Horrors comes...

Everybody better beware: Little Shop of Horrors has arrived in Oxford.  The wacky musical tells the story of a meek florist, Seymour Krelborn, who finds...

Oxfess: Why the fixation?

Let’s imagine it’s night-time, you’ve settled in for an early one after a long old day, and you decide to innocently scroll through the...

Cherwell’s Top 40 BNOCs

Cherwell News presents the Top 40 BNOCs of Oxford.