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Cherwell’s culture editors pick apart third week’s offerings
Cherwell Culture on Saturday 28th January 2012
Photograph: Inez Janusczak
Manacles of Acid 
Modern Art Oxford, 27th January 
Experimental Oxford band revive acid music and mold it into  their self-described ‘heady mix of analogue circuitry and cider’. £5, doors 7:30 

Manacles of Acid Modern Art Oxford

27th January 

Experimental Oxford band revive acid music and mold it into  their self-described ‘heady mix of analogue circuitry and cider’. £5, doors 7:30pm 

 

Old Ideas

Released 31st January

Leonard Cohen’s latest album (his first studio outing since 2004) arrives with high expectations as the Montreal Mope continues to explore ideas of bleakness, love, healing and freedom.  See Review page 28

 

Chronicle

Released 1st February

This low budget science-fiction film echoes the feel of Cloverfield and Paranormal Activity as three friends discover strange new abilities which threaten their friendship as they embrace their dark side

Twelfth Night

Keble O'Reilly Theatre, 1st-4th Febuary

Shakespeare's classic comedy comes to Oxford this February in an innovative new setting, featuring live blues music. Doors 2pm/7.30pm, tickets £7/£5

Judith Baumel

Corpus Christi Auditorium, 2nd Febuary

The award-winning poet gives a reading of her work, including her new volume Kangeroo Girl, for the Oxford University Poetry Society. Doors 7:30, £5/£3

Orpheus in the Underworld

 

Sheldonian Theatre, 2nd-3rd Febuary

The New Chamber Opera Studio take on Offenbach’s comic masterpiece for two performances in the Sheldonian. Doors 8pm, Tickets £6-£20

Reading Room 
Modern Art Oxford, 2nd February 
This workshop explores a collection of extracts from novels, sci-fi and poetry to encourage debate, reflection and new writing. This week the texts include The Day of the Triffids and Philip Larkin’s Jill. Open to all, 6-8pm.
The Man Upstairs
St John's College Auditorium, 3rd-4th Febuary
The writer and director of Trinity's Mona & Bea brings this new production that examines a man's attempt at suicide. Doors 2.30/7.30pm, Tickets tbc, e-mail tim.kiely@sjc.ox.ac.uk

 

 

 

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