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Review: Man and Superman

Review: Man and Superman

31st Jul 2015 by Anthony Maskell
Comedy and philosophy at the National Theatre
Architects of Oligarchy

Architects of Oligarchy

31st Jul 2015 by Freddie Hopkinson
Freddie Hopkinson asks whether we are celebrating the wrong sort of architecture for our cities
Review: Ratatat - Magnifique

Review: Ratatat - Magnifique

27th Jul 2015 by Tom Waterhouse
Tom Waterhouse reviews Ratatat's latest album, and is left wanting.
Review: Around The World in 80 Days

Review: Around The World in 80 Days

24th Jul 2015 by Harrison Edmonds
Harrison Edmonds is charmed by the OUDS national tour production
The Art of the 140 Character Breakdown

The Art of the 140 Character Breakdown

21st Jul 2015 by Sam Joyce
Sam Joyce went down the rabbit hole of 'Existential Twitter,' and needs to give his therapist a call
Review: Still The Water

Review: Still The Water

21st Jul 2015 by Sam Joyce
Naomi Kawase's latest meditative, mystical, edifying romance proves a bewitching proposition
Teenage flicks right through the night

Teenage flicks right through the night

16th Jul 2015 by Mark Barclay
Marc Barclay questions how exactly adolescent audiences are keeping cinemas open in the dark days of piracy and Netflix
Review: Years and Years - Communion

Review: Years and Years - Communion

16th Jul 2015 by Sam Joyce
Sam Joyce is inebriated but not quite intoxicated on Years and Years' debut
Glastonbury 2015. The Verdict

Glastonbury 2015. The Verdict

15th Jul 2015 by James Lowe
I struck gold in the frantic game of ‘mash-the-refresh-button’ on October 5th last year. Seeing as 135,000...
Why I've never been to a festival...

Why I've never been to a festival...

8th Jul 2015 by Rachael Griffith
Reindeer burgers in the rain? Rachael Griffith knows where she'd rather be
Review: Jurassic World

Review: Jurassic World

29th Jun 2015 by Anthony Maskell
Anthony Maskell finds Jurassic World an adrenaline-pumping thrill ride, but it doesn't quite live up to the original
Review: Play and That Time

Review: Play and That Time

18th Jun 2015 by Evie Ioaniddi
Evie Ioaniddi is impressed by this accomplished rendering of difficult material
Review: His Dark Materials, Part 2

Review: His Dark Materials, Part 2

18th Jun 2015 by Hannah Congdon
Hannah Congdon delights in the innovating staging of this fantastical production
Review: Oxford Revue

Review: Oxford Revue

18th Jun 2015 by Mark Barclay
This is not intentionally meta
Review: Force Majeure

Review: Force Majeure

18th Jun 2015 by Sam Joyce
Sam Joyce gets swept up in the terrifying rhythms of this Swedish dark family comedy
Game of Thrones cares more about boners than storytelling

Game of Thrones cares more about boners than storytelling

18th Jun 2015 by Sam Joyce
Sam Joyce would rather Game of Thrones dial back on the exploitative nudity, thank you very much
The First Lesbian Fictions

The First Lesbian Fictions

13th Jun 2015 by Emily Dixon
Emily Dixon discusses the works of Radclyffe Hall
Monumental Art: Francisco Goya

Monumental Art: Francisco Goya

13th Jun 2015 by Phyllis Stein
Phyllis Stein discusses the Spanish Romantic Painter
Professor of Poetry: Time for a Change?

Professor of Poetry: Time for a Change?

13th Jun 2015 by Lily McIlwain
Lily McIlwain on how the current election has cast light on the state of poetry in Oxford and beyond
Top 5 Songs to listen to while playing croquet

Top 5 Songs to listen to while playing croquet

13th Jun 2015 by Rachael Griffith
Rachael Griffith crafts your ideal croquet soundtrack
Live Review: Years & Years

Live Review: Years & Years

13th Jun 2015 by Sam Joyce
Sam Joyce is stuck on the fence after their performance at the O2