Alex Burgar discusses the last year in comedy through her own experience, and the potential future of stand-up in a post-covid world.
Amelie Bhaluani reviews Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in anticipation of the return of the West End.
Senior editor for Culture Gaia Clark Nevola previews the new play ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’.
Zoe Lambert reviews the National Theatre’s Twelfth Night, a passionate and explorative gender-fluid production.
Jess Steadman explores how the Globe reopening will represent a return of all things positive.
Reya Muller previews Hilary term’s OULES show, calling it ‘the perfect way to round off this strangest of terms’.
Francesca Duke on the relevance, or irrelevance of Candide to a covid world.
Culture editor Gaia Clark Nevola reviews the online production of Sea Wall.
Reya Muller previews the Paper Moon production ‘Spoon River Anthology’, demonstrating how this inspired project seeks to embrace difficult circumstances.
Jess Steadman reviews the latest film adaptation of the musical Hamilton as part of the Blue’s ‘Beyond the Frame’ series, and explores what we gain – and what we lose – in the translation of stage productions to the screen.