It was the last to close and the first to open; for our August Theatre Review, Jess Steadman tells us exactly why Six – a feminist retelling of the lives of Henry VIII’s six wives – is the musical the world needed.
The Blueprint is The Oxford Blue’s arts publication. It showcases creative work in a range of artistic media, providing a space to share thoughts, stories and personal experiences. Issue No. 8—Silence “Silence is so freaking loud.” Sarah Dessen The final instalment of our sensory series contemplates the myriad ways in which silence might manifest. Artists Read More…
In this month’s review, Film and TV Editor Katharine Spurrier runs through the pros and cons of ITV’s new drama, ‘Professor T’.
Ezra Sharpe explains how delving into the works of the 20th century philosopher Jean-Paul Satre helped him come to terms with his strange dislike of Damien Chazelle’s popular and and critically acclaimed La La Land.
From flared trousers to catchy refrains, Eurovision success to marriage breakdown, Aaron James, as part of our popular Revisiting the Classics series, charts a short history of the Swedish musical legends ABBA and sheds lights on some of their less well-known tracks.
In the first of our new The Books That Made Me series, Deborah Ogunnoiki reviews Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s critically acclaimed ‘Americanah’. She explains why a diverse cultural representation is so important in literature and how she felt validated and seen through the stories of Adichie’s characters.
With the help of the Cultures Team, Jess Steadman explains exactly why the section’s rebranding is so necessary while also giving you a taste of what’s to come…
Meet the Cultures Team through a highly cultural and very fun personality test!
Francesca Duke reviews the best and the worst of stage to screen adaptations.
The Blueprint is The Oxford Blue’s arts publication. It showcases creative work in a range of artistic media, providing a space to share thoughts, stories and personal experiences. Issue No. 7—Reflection We are way less often deceived by looks than we are by the act of looking. Mokokoma Mokhonoan In the third instalment of our Read More…