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Mature and Intelligent: Julius Caesar at the TS Eliot Review

"From start to finish, it was a show filled with excellent performances from leading cast members."

A New Yorker Reviews Oxford Shake Shack

Shake Shack is more than a fast food restaurant to me. I’d go there on half days with friends or eat and talk for...

A modern way of doing Chekhov: The Cherry Orchard Review

"If the look of the production is traditional, then Esme Buzzard’s translation is distinctly fresh."

Daddy Longlegs: a Big Step Up for Student Production

"Daddy Longlegs went above and beyond the standard I’ve come to expect of student productions in my time at Oxford."

Gawain and the Green Knight – Review

"Gawain and the Green Knight was a play I was eager to see."

Five Songs for the Fifth Week Blues

"I believe that music makes a lot of things in life better. Fifth week at Oxford is no exception."

Empireworld: How British Imperialism Shaped the Globe (Sathnam Sanghera, 2024): Review

Without confronting the wrongs of the past, the wrongs of the present will go on unabated.

To all the pubs we’ve loved before: Crown Vs. Turf

Today we are putting two classic favourites, the Crown and Turf Tavern, head-to-head. Turf is arguably the most famous pub in Oxford. It was...

Review of Tennant as Macbeth: An Auditory Experience

"Last week I took a trip to London to see the new production of Macbeth starring David Tennant at Donmar Warehouse."

Flapping wings: taking the chicken scene by storm

There are two KFCs in central Oxford – one on Cowley Road and the other on Cornmarket – and until a few years ago...

Bands to Watch Out For in 2024

"As the new year unfolds there is no better time to expand your music taste and explore genres and artists that you may not otherwise have chosen to listen to"

50s musicals are making a comeback: Review of Guys and Dolls at The Bridge Theatre

"I was lucky enough to go with my family to see a production of Guys and Dolls, which is currently running at the Bridge theatre, London."

Murder is Easy- Review

"It’s unsurprising that the BBC’s latest Agatha Christie series, Murder is Easy, has managed to precipitate a full-scale conflict."

To all the pubs we’ve loved before

We are Réka and Suzy, two law finalists on a mission to find the best pubs in Oxford. We will begin our journey by reviewing our clear favourite...

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