Ana Pagu looks back on the projects she had to cancel due to the virus, and explores the impact of this loss within Oxford drama and theatre on a large scale.
Whether you feel like having a cry, reminiscing on old times, lying in the sun or having your own personal dance party, never be without the perfect playlist for your mood.
Over a hundred authors, musicians and actors have written to the Prime Minister urging him to extend the right to roam in England. From actors such as Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry to the author and playwright Ali Smith, signatories to a “A letter from the artists of the land” call on Boris Johnson to Read More…
This month saw Kosovo president Hashim Thaçi resigning from office following the confirmation of his indictment before a specialist court in The Hague. Henry Fahrenkamp discusses the history of the ICC and the potential obstacles this new investigation may face.
Behind the scenes with the cast and crew of ‘And then the walls spoke’, a new production highlighting women’s theatrical voices.
A review of Cats in Space’s new album, ‘Atlantis’.
Ellie Wellbourn writes about changing perceptions around psychedelic mushrooms.
Is it too early to play Christmas music? Josh Russell doesn’t think so as he shares the greatest Christmas hits.
25 November marked the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and the start of the UN’s 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence.
Emily Broughton describes the different meanings that nature assumes in literature: from idyllic escapism to dystopian reality, nature appears to be an ambivalent symbolic element used by many writers.