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Review: '71

Review: '71

18th Oct 2014 by Joe Holt
Joe Holt found this directorial debut an unrelenting exploration into the nature of conflict
The contrary states of the human condition

The contrary states of the human condition

18th Oct 2014 by Isaac Goodwin
Isaac Goodwin explores the themes of conflict and cohesion in the works of William Blake
Top Gear: Total War

Top Gear: Total War

18th Oct 2014 by Ollie Johnson
Ollie Johnson examines the routes of the Top Gear Empire's success
The Cherwell guide to Drama Cuppers 2014

The Cherwell guide to Drama Cuppers 2014

18th Oct 2014 by Bethan Roberts
Everything you need to know to get the most out of the freshers' drama festival
Picks of the week MT14 Wk. 2

Picks of the week MT14 Wk. 2

18th Oct 2014 by Cherwell Culture
Cherwell brings you the best of this week's gigs, plays and events
Deep Cover: an alternative night worth going to

Deep Cover: an alternative night worth going to

14th Oct 2014 by Naomi Polonsky
Naomi Polonsky explains why we should forget about gimmicky throwback nights in favour of real music
The cult of celebrity in the world of art

The cult of celebrity in the world of art

14th Oct 2014 by Naomi Polonsky
Naomi Polonsky examines the changing concept of The Artist in society throughout the ages
Why iPads don't belong in galleries

Why iPads don't belong in galleries

12th Oct 2014 by Joel Nelson
Joel Nelson discusses how digital cameras have changed the way we interact with exhibited art
Loading the Canon: 12 Years a Slave

Loading the Canon: 12 Years a Slave

12th Oct 2014 by Joel Nelson
Cherwell calls for new additions to the literary establishment, 12 Years a Slave answers
Shakespeare in Japan

Shakespeare in Japan

12th Oct 2014 by Miles Lawrence
Miles Lawrence gives us a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the OUDS Tour
Where Are They Now: Asher Roth

Where Are They Now: Asher Roth

10th Oct 2014 by Helen Thomas
Cherwell delves into the later careers of one-hit-wonders so you don’t have to
Review: Caribou – Our Love

Review: Caribou – Our Love

10th Oct 2014 by Clare Saxby
Caribou's new album fuses psychedelia with deep house
Review: Adult Jazz – Gist Is

Review: Adult Jazz – Gist Is

10th Oct 2014 by Lewis Barnes
Lewis Barnes discovers the 'strident and beautiful' sound of Adult Jazz's debut LP.
Oxford's Live Music Venues

Oxford's Live Music Venues

10th Oct 2014 by Stephen Bradshaw
Pick where to see your next gig with this handy guide
Interview: Boy and Bear

Interview: Boy and Bear

10th Oct 2014 by Clare Saxby
Clare Saxby talks to the Australian band about their life on the road
Chaplin's Tramp turns 100

Chaplin's Tramp turns 100

10th Oct 2014 by Kristin Grogan
Kristin Grogan reflects upon the centenary of an iconic character
Review: Ida

Review: Ida

10th Oct 2014 by Sam Joyce
Ida is a beautifully-crafted contemplation of identity in post-war Poland
Preview: The Furies by Aeschylus

Preview: The Furies by Aeschylus

10th Oct 2014 by Bethan Roberts
Bethan Roberts meets the team behind an exciting adaptation of the third part of the Oresteia
Review: Wakolda

Review: Wakolda

10th Oct 2014 by Kristin Grogan
Although not a great Nazi thriller, Wakolda still finds purpose in examining the trauma of growing up
Interview: The Pillowman

Interview: The Pillowman

10th Oct 2014 by Fergus Morgan
Fergus Morgan chats to the team behind the 3rd Week production of The Pilowman at the Oxford Playhouse
Milestones: The Bohemian Myth

Milestones: The Bohemian Myth

10th Oct 2014 by Isaac Goodwin
Isaac Goodwin looks at the rise of the ramshackle artist