Culture Interviews theatre

Behind the Scenes with Songs From The Old World: Shows We Wish We’d Done

Oxford’s theatre community proves perpetually innovative in the face of current restrictions. 00 Productions are back with another virtual show, “Songs of the old world: shows we wish we’d done”, a cabaret comprised of songs from shows which have been affected by COVID-19 in some way. The event is in aid of three charities: Artists Read More…

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“I sconce anyone who only got into Oxford because they are black”, an Interview with Barrister Alexandra Wilson.

My interview style seems, in hindsight, to be somewhere between babbling and obsequious. I was anxious to meet Alexandra, she is a celebrity on legal Twitter alongside the likes of the Secret Barrister and Joanna Hardy. I flicked through my notebook which had long winding questions about her time at Oxford, her journey to the Read More…

Culture Film & TV

gnisufnoC dna duoL – Tenet Review by Bailey Finch-Robson

Someone said that time is to Christopher Nolan what feet are to Quentin Tarantino and now I can’t get that out of my head. The guy really loves using time to mess with your mind, and Tenet might be the time-iest Nolan film of all time, though it emphasises that people aren’t time travelling per Read More…

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Behind the Scenes with the Raise Your Voice Theater Collective

Perhaps you were lucky enough to catch RENT! in Hilary 2019, the very first musical by the St Catz theatre society. Well, the cast is back, this time through the new endeavour Raise Your Voice Theater Collective, a virtual musical theater fundraiser in support of Color of Change and UK Black Pride.  I talk to Read More…

Culture Music

Kanye for President?

Famous musicians using their platforms to espouse their political opinions is not a new phenomenon. It is also not remotely new that even musicians who otherwise produce completely apolitical music use their fame to put forward these opinions. And this phenomenon has only increased as artists have wrestled their public presentation and narrative away from Read More…