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    Creating theatre in a pandemic: Spoon River Anthology

    Working with other people on Spoon River is definitely a welcome distraction from the monotony of being stuck in lockdown at home. It is truly inspiring to get to witness so many creatives coming together for this production.

    Review: The Dancing Men

    "The whole crew behind this production are worthy of praise for their resourcefulness, having produced a piece which works with, rather than against, its unusual circumstances".

    Review: Simulacrum

    Written and directed by Helena Aeberli and Riana Modi, Simulacrum is the first play on the Oxford drama scene specifically designed for online production,...

    Intimations of Closeness: what might a distanced theatre look like?

    It would be a dramatic understatement to say that Covid-19 has been disruptive for the United Kingdom’s creative industry – but live drama is...

    ‘The Most Important Thing to Do is to Keep Creating’: In...

    It is no secret that Covid-19 has put a strain on the UK's live theatre, especially given recent restrictions legally limiting public indoor gatherings...

    ‘Measure in Love’ – Preview

    In the last few months, many aspects of our lives have had to change and adapt to fit into what we call ‘the new...

    Review: Unplanned-ersnatch – ‘the kind of plot twists only improv could...

    An evening of improvisation and audience participation set to the tone of laughter

    Surviving on the Fringes

    The experiences of a director at the Edinburgh Fringe.
    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.
    5 young women stand on stage, three in the foreground, two in the background, dressed in dark coloured clothes. The three in the foreground raise their right hands to their heads

    Review: My Mother Runs in Zig-Zags – ‘incredibly refreshing and ambitious’

    An all-BAME cast and crew production, My Mother Runs in Zig-Zags powerfully explores civil war, intergenerational trauma and the diasporic experience