Tag: stage

22nd February 2015

Review: Noises Off

By James Waddell

✮✮✮✮ Too often, 5th week can become a graveyard shift for Oxford’s events circuit. The B-T struggles to shift whatever’s…

19th February 2015

Review: The Crucible

By Paige Tortorelli

✮✮✮✮½ Lily Slater’s rendition of Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, expounds upon the anxiety, fears, and grief permeating Salem, Massachusetts…

19th February 2015

Review: Lads

By William Shaw

✮✮✮✮ An uproarious comedy about a loutish bet gone horribly right, Lads is a tautly-written, beautifully-acted, enormously funny piece of…

12th February 2015

Preview: Noises Off

By Lucy Oliver

“That’s farce, that’s the theatre, that’s life” – a distinction spoken perhaps a bit too soon in such a play…

6th February 2015

Review: The Effect

By Anthony Maskell

✮✮✮ There is a fantastically bleached and clinical shine to the stage of Freya Judd’s commendable adaptation of The Effect,…

28th January 2015

Review: Richard Parker

By William Shaw

✮✮✮✮ Imagine Life of Pi as written by Steven Moffat. Brutal, metafictional and hugely entertaining, Richard Parker balances a razor-sharp…