25th Jul 2014 by Cody Gifford
Cody Gifford sits down with Regis Philbin.
25th Jul 2014 by Ollie Johnson, Tom Barrie
We spent the day with the crew of two student films being shot in Oxford, to see what the best of the amateur film...
24th Jul 2014 by Andrew McLean
Andrew McLean finds Marquez in Medieval Iceland
24th Jul 2014 by Bethan Roberts
Are they the messiahs, or just very naughty boys? The verdict is in.
24th Jul 2014 by Alex Stronell
Out of the Blue’s charity single, ‘Hips Don’t Lie,’ plugged by Shakira
23rd Jul 2014 by Naomi Polonsky
Naomi Polonsky experiences performance art history in the making
23rd Jul 2014 by Bethan Roberts
Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy star in this timely revival of David Hare's 1995 work
21st Jul 2014 by Sam Joyce
Though the simian performances ultimately carry the title, Planet of the Apes is ironically let down by its...
18th Jul 2014 by Freya Judd
Freya Judd finds Richard Bean's satire to be funny but flawed
17th Jul 2014 by Luke Barratt
Luke Barratt is impressed with this OUDS production of a Ben Jonson classic
16th Jul 2014 by Anna Corderoy
Anna Corderoy speculates on the past, present and future of the classic series.
15th Jul 2014 by Jennifer Lanigan
Jennifer Lanigan finds Lucy Bailey's revival of her 2006 blood-bath at The Globe mesmerising in its shocking brutality
15th Jul 2014 by Will Obeney
Falling standards of behaviour in British theatres is a concerning issue, but one not entirely clear-cut, argues...
14th Jul 2014 by Cody Gifford
It's a long way down and still a ways to go for this underwhelming Nick Hornby adaptation, writes Cody Gifford
14th Jul 2014 by Tom Barrie
Richard Linklater's most ambitious project to date is a masterful landmark in the history of cinema, writes Tom Barrie
14th Jul 2014 by Emma Hewitt
Emma Hewitt is entertained but left disatisfied by Jack Shepherd's exploration of 18th-century revolutionist philosophy
14th Jul 2014 by Rebecca Roughan
Rebecca Roughan is thoroughly impressed by The Old Vic's production of Arthur Miller's classic American drama
12th Jul 2014 by Bethan Roberts
A new play about a cycling legend is timely, compelling, and told with warmth
11th Jul 2014 by Adam Piascik
Bo Ningen's experimental vibes don't strike the right chords for Adam Piascik
11th Jul 2014 by Helen Thomas
A group that managed to be loud, annoying, and orange simultaneously
9th Jul 2014 by Helen Thomas
Despite a career of varied music-making with a political charge, Chumbawumba were ultimately only known for their...