15th Sep 2014 by Katherine Cowles
Having seen Frantic Assembly's production of Othello several years ago, Katherine Cowles argues that it's vibrancy...
15th Sep 2014 by Tom Barrie
Tom Barrie takes a hypothetical look at the best directors yet to actually make a movie
15th Sep 2014 by Naomi Polonsky
Naomi Polonsky recounts how a drunken joke became an unforgettable trip
13th Sep 2014 by Matt Broomfield
Matt Broomfield discovers fancy dress, orange smoothies and disco spirit at the Isle of Wight's annual festival.
11th Sep 2014 by Conor McGillan
Conor McGillan finds that Green Man has more to offer than just great music
11th Sep 2014 by Esther Hodges, Rushabh Haria
Cherwell looks ahead at the inaugural run of a brand new festival based right here in South Park, which hopes to...
8th Sep 2014 by Sam Joyce
Marion Cotillard shines as the star of this socially conscious tale of the realities of the current employment system
4th Sep 2014 by Ollie Johnson, Tom Barrie
If you've ever wondered where your college would fit into the world of the big or small screen, look no further.
1st Sep 2014 by Rebecca Roughan
Rebecca Roughan finds that David Grieg's acclaimed play about the aftermath of a massacre is thought-provoking but...
30th Aug 2014 by Kyran Schmidt
Reading old-timer Kyran Schmidt shares some interesting titbits picked up on the ground...
28th Aug 2014 by Tom Barrie
Tom Barrie pretends to be sixteen again and reviews the highs and lows of this year's Reading Festival.
25th Aug 2014 by Sam Joyce
A revelatory Robert Pattinson transforms this post-apocalyptic thriller into a nuanced and engaging character drama
25th Aug 2014 by Bethan Roberts
Bethan Roberts makes the case for rowdier audiences at the nation's playhouses
25th Aug 2014 by Naomi Polonsky
Naomi Polonsky takes a look at Oxford alumni known for their cultural endeavours
21st Aug 2014 by Luke Barratt
Luke Barratt is pleased with the Newbury rockers' difficult sophomore effort
18th Aug 2014 by Naomi Polonsky
Naomi Polonsky takes a look at the fictional characters who attended, and perhaps still haunt, Oxford University
18th Aug 2014 by Cody Gifford
Cody Gifford delves into the societal implications of Jeff Bridges' novel adaptation, The Giver.
13th Aug 2014 by Naomi Polonsky
Naomi Polonsky considers the importance of this Russian artist in 20th century art at the retrospective of his work
11th Aug 2014 by Tom Hall
This second cinematic outing for the Inbetweeners gang does nothing new but still has its funny moments
8th Aug 2014 by Cody Gifford
The Winklevoss twin talks fatherhood, exorcisms and Tom Cruise with Cody Gifford