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.
Francesca Duke reviews the best and the worst of stage to screen adaptations.
Yundi Li reviews the Oxford Opera Society’s production of Cesar Cui’s ‘A Feast in Time of Plague’.
Carol Jones delves into the the world of Dungeons and Dragons in OULES’ latest virtual offering ‘Meeting Rooms and Managers’.
Loveday Pride reviews ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, this year’s Trinity Players’ lawns play.
Carol Jones reviews Maya Little’s ‘Home Fires’, starring Georgie Dettmer, and explores the weight of inheritance.
As we more out of the pandemic, online theatre is in danger of being left behind as a lockdown necessity. Sophie McDonald explores why online theatre is needed well after the pandemic.
Emily Broughton reviews Oxford’s latest student theatre production, ‘Checking Out’. What can it tell us about love, loss and intimacy?
Industry Magazine steps out into the brave new world of radio plays with ‘The Arnolfini Portrait’. Is this the solution student theatre has been waiting for? Carol Jones investigates.
Gracie Bolt previews ‘Half Baked’, an all-female play written and directed by Nina Jurković, which is being performed from Wednesday to Saturday at The North Wall Arts Centre.