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Grayson Perry’s Polymorphous Popularity

Georgiana Wilson explores Grayson Perry's image, identity, and popularity after seeing his latest exhibition

At the Royal Academy: Matisse in the Studio

Altair Brandon-Salmon explores the Royal Academy's latest exhibition, Matisse in the Studio

At the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

Altair Brandon-Salmon ponders the significance of the Royal Academy's annual Summer Exhibition

From another Bridge: On the Westminster attack in London

Carolina Earle reflects on the recent London terror attack, its impact on our society, and how we must respond when faced by traumatic events

Underground and boxed inside

Will Cowie on Boxed In’s concert at Village Underground

An injection of life and joy in the dark

Romilly Mavin is energised by Two Door Cinema Club's electrifying performance at Alexandra Palace

Do not limit the aims of the Women’s March

Susannah Goldsbrough says the women’s marchers weren’t attacking democracy, but standing up for it

Alternative funding methods will be salvation for the arts

Eimer McAuley proposes a solution to remedy increasing cuts to cultural services in the UK

Review: Bowie’s Lazarus

Julia Alsop is perplexed by the stellar complexities of this production at the King’s Cross Theatre

On the look-out: Hilary 2017 in art

Cherwell Visuals brings you this term's calendar of top exhibitions and events not to miss

Restaurant review: Mildred’s

Amy Booth reviews a refreshingly impressive vegetarian restaurant in London

Oxford University start-up fund becomes largest in the UK

A multi-million pound cash injection increases Oxford Sciences Innovation budget to £580 million

London, books and bears: an interview with Michael Bond

“The first time I nearly died was on a Wednesday.” Michael Bond, a smiling and well-dressed 90 year old, leaned forward as he talked....

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