Culture theatre

Measure for Measure review: “A whirlwind of corruption and office intrigue”

This staging of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure from student production company Not The Way Forward Productions looks forwards to the future with a majority-female cast in 80s power suits, lending a Vienna thrown into chaos an intriguing corporate edge (overflowing waste paper baskets and tipped-over chairs abound).  The play witnesses a ruthless Angelo tasked with Read More…

Interviews

Andrew Copson: “What’s changed is the political salience of religion”

For the most recent event in its Philosophy in the Bookshop speaker series, Saturday morning saw Blackwell’s Norrington Room crammed with over 150 people, all there to listen to Andrew Copson. The Chief Executive of Humanists UK and President of Humanists International is on the last leg of the book tour for his latest publication, Read More…