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Preview : Peterson

A heartfelt 'modern fairytale' - Peterson is on at the Burton Taylor at 7.30pm,Tues - Sat of 6th week

Review: Tragedy: A Comedy

Rebecca Tatlow is entertained by a new take on the Bard's greatest works

Breaking Legs – The Stage News Podcast Week 6

Rebecca Tatlow gives us a taste of what's to come next week on the Oxford stage, including Brideshead Revisited and Marlowe's Tamburlaine

Review: Brideshead Revisited

Rebecca Tatlow adapts herself to a new production of the Oxford favourite, Brideshead Revisited

Review: C.A.R.N.

In the hidden recesses of Oriel, Rebecca Tatlow plays along and tries not to lose the plot.

Breaking Legs – The Stage News Podcast Week 4

May Anderson and Rebecca Tatlow reveal the coming week's drama schedule, including new writing A Row Of Parked Cars and An Evening of Dance at the Moser theatre.

Review: An Evening of Dance

Rebecca Tatlow watches dancers reach for the stars at Wadham's town and gown charity event, An Evening of Dance

Review: DNA

This play about a group of teenagers trying to escape the consequences of their actions is put on as part of Catz Arts Week, 25-28 May

Breaking Legs – The Stage News Podcast Week 3

Rebecca Tatlow and May Anderson again give a taster of next week's drama, including garden show The Government Inspector and new writing at the Burton Taylor in the form of Tim Kielly's Mona and Bea.

Review: The Courting of Claire

A ‘gritty kitchen-sink drama’, a comedy of manners, a rom-com and a horror; The Courting of Claire by student playwright Matt Fuller is on at the Burton Taylor in 3rd week
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Fire crews called to acid leak at Engineering Department

Four staff were treated on site after 46 batteries overheated and leaked sulphuric acid

View from Northern Ireland: a caveat for the Conservatives

Daniel Xu discusses why the Conservatives should be wary of the DUP as their new political allies

Oxford exact revenge at Lord’s

Gnodde and Marsden ensure Oxford triumph at Lord's to avenge their defeat in the T20 last week

Students reject move to end the wearing of scholars’ gowns

Students vote heavily against the proposed ban in OUSU poll

Banning abortion by stealth is plain and simple misogyny

From Texas to South Sudan, the continued closure of abortion clinics and defunding of reproductive health is alarming evidence of continued misogyny in global public health