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    Charles Britton

    Underrated Spaces: Jesus College Hall

    The Devil is in the detail of this early modern revival

    Butt Kapinski Review – ‘a masterclass in light-hearted entertainment and audience participation’

    Charles Britton is both amazed and horrified by Deanna Fleysher's oddball creation

    Death By Murder Review – ‘an endearingly ambitious bunch of clowns’

    Oxford's newest improvised comedy troupe impress in their debut show at the Pilch

    A Review of Reviewing: of Source-Texts and Slighting

    Charles Britton ponders the relationship between a borrowed script and an adapted performance in theatre criticism

    The 39 Steps review – ‘It is rare to see an Oxford play take itself as seriously as this 39 Steps – that is,...

    Charles Britton is left with a smile on his face after an uncommonly fun night out in Oxford

    Pinocchio review – “a visual and acoustic marvel”

    Charles Britton was impressed with the thoughtful alterations and expansions to Walt Disney’s beloved classic

    Intruder and Seven Princesses review -‘Twisted and ghoulish delight’

    Charles Britton is won over by the plays' disturbing horror

    ‘Lights Over Tesco Carpark’ review – “equal parts inspired and bonkers”

    Charles Britton is abducted by laughter in 'Lights Over Tesco Carpark'

    ‘Kingsman’: The sequel’s disservice

    Cinema's latest spy flick fails to charm Charles Britton

    “Precisely the kind of theatre I would like to see more of in Oxford”

    Charles Britton is besotted with the potheads in 'Garden'

    Take me to (Broad)church

    Charles Britton takes a spoiler-filled look back at Chris Chibnall’s crime drama

    The guilt of gaming at Oxford

    Charles Britton finds that university life has taken its toll on an all-consuming hobby

    ‘Logan’: his heart is bigger than his bite

    Charles Britton is impressed with Hugh Jackman’s last hurrah as the most famous X-Man

    Bah, humbug: An Oxmas Carol

    Charles Britton pastiches Dickens’ classic with a familiar setting and an all-too familar overworking protagonist