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Kate Rundell wins the Waterstones Children's book prize

Kate Rundell wins the Waterstones Children's book prize

4th Apr 2014 by Emma Simpson
Cherwell revisits an interview with the author as Rooftoppers wins the 10th Waterstones Children's Book Prize.
A 'case' for the Anglo-Saxons

A 'case' for the Anglo-Saxons

4th Apr 2014 by Emma Simpson
Emma Simpson visits the British Museum’s refurbished Sutton Hoo gallery.
Review: The Past

Review: The Past

4th Apr 2014 by James Martin
Asghar Farhadi's emotional drama once again proves his virtuosity as a film-maker
Review: Under The Skin

Review: Under The Skin

4th Apr 2014 by Hendrik Ehlers
There is a hauntingly austere beauty to 'Under The Skin', but some may not be able to sustain interest in this...
Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

4th Apr 2014 by Vernoica Heney
Wes Anderson's latest film is a delightfully self-reflexive movie which demonstrates Ralph Fiennes hitherto untapped...
The Mighty Comeback

The Mighty Comeback

1st Apr 2014 by Rushabh Haria
Inspired by Kate Bush's recent gig announcement, Rushabh Haria charts the highs and lows of artists who've come out...
Don't limit literature in prison

Don't limit literature in prison

30th Mar 2014 by Isaac Goodwin
Why building books into an incentive and reward scheme is entirely counterproductive.
The Gods are in us: Kate Tempest

The Gods are in us: Kate Tempest

30th Mar 2014 by David McShane
David McShane on why Tempest's epic spoken-word poetry is best seen live.
Review: Starred Up

Review: Starred Up

29th Mar 2014 by Niamh McIntyre
Niamh McIntyre finds David Mackenzie's British prison drama to be a compelling and unflinching look at life behind bars
Printers and Presses

Printers and Presses

28th Mar 2014 by Isaac Goodwin
Isaac Goodwin takes a trip to the Bodleian’s historic presses with the Bibliophiles.
Review: Dial M for Murder

Review: Dial M for Murder

25th Mar 2014 by Emma Papworth
Emma Papworth relishes the murderous machinations in this staged thriller
Review: The Curious Case of the Improvised Musical

Review: The Curious Case of the Improvised Musical

25th Mar 2014 by Vicky Holley
Vicky Holley is enraptured by this improvised musical comedy extravaganza
Review: Devised Play I - Fear

Review: Devised Play I - Fear

25th Mar 2014 by Ellie Wade
Ellie Wade fears that the play's title eclipses an excellent production
Review: Pterodactyls

Review: Pterodactyls

23rd Mar 2014 by Zoe Slater
Zoe Slater is compelled by this dark comedy about a dysfunctional family
Review: The Failed Anthology

Review: The Failed Anthology

20th Mar 2014 by Evy Cavalla
Evy Cavalla concludes that flashes of brilliance redeem this anthology from the brink of failure
Interview: Eagulls

Interview: Eagulls

20th Mar 2014 by Helen Thomas
Two weeks after the release of their self-titled debut album, Helen Thomas talks to frontman George Mitchell about...
Review: Great Gatsby

Review: Great Gatsby

11th Mar 2014 by Naomi Polonsky
Naomi Polonsky finds this show 'almost' great.
Preview: Pterodactlys

Preview: Pterodactlys

11th Mar 2014 by Georgina Wilson
Georgina Wilson is bewitched by this symbolic portrayal of a family
Profile: Ricky Gervais

Profile: Ricky Gervais

11th Mar 2014 by Joel Casey
Joel Casey talks activism, atheism, and America with RIcky Gervais
Focus On: New Writers

Focus On: New Writers

11th Mar 2014 by Ben Horton
Ben Horton meets the winners of the OUDS New Writing Festival
Review: 'Tis Pity She's a Whore

Review: 'Tis Pity She's a Whore

8th Mar 2014 by Bethan Roberts
Bethan Roberts is entertained by a modernisation of this racy classic