ATG's production is a triumphant display of dark humour and raw emotion - not for the faint-hearted
Jeevan Ravindran relishes the brutal comedy of ATG's production of The Pillowman
Sapphire Shoferpoor talks directing, writing, and time management with third year linguist Sarah Wright
It is always a challenge to adapt a novel’s narrative to the stage. Even more so, when the novel is a dystopia like A...
To get this out of the way: yes, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is not only like a piece of fanfiction, but aims...
Peter Thickett is drawn into a complex reflection on the dehumanisation of missing women at the Fringe
Iconic Oxford theatre will reopen with production of Peter Pan sequel
Aidan Balfe is enthralled by the innovation of the algorithmic play about love
There is a certain type of absolute silence that only comes with good storytelling – it is the silence of held breath, of absolute...
Alex Barasch notes a welcome development in Oxford’s theatre scene and beyond