Amadeus to charm our summer’s night

5 Stars Trinity college lawns 6th week 19.30 It’s not often that you get to see the entire performance at a press preview. It was a gutsy choice, but one that paid off for first-time director, Olivia Ouwehand, as I found myself afraid throughout that it would all be over at any moment. Trinity College […]

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Rodent alert

The Year of the Rat Corpus Christi Auditorium Thurs – Sat 7pm “I respect you hugely”: this is not what most women expect to hear when proposing casual sex. The free spirited Sonia Brandwell is accordingly unimpressed with George Orwell’s blushing response to her offer of a no-strings-attached tussle in the bedroom. Writing his second […]

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Chekhov’s Baby

Chekhov’s Baby Keble O’Reilly Tues 1st- Sat 5th £5.50-£7 Chekhov’s Baby looks set to provide a fun evening. The premise of the play is ingenious: Neil considers himself Chekhov’s biggest fan and, having read the plays in Russian, feels he is entitled to the part of Vanya in an amateur production of Uncle Vanya. Unfortunately, […]

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Reading Hebron

Hebron is the largest city on the West Bank and site of the Tomb of the Patriarchs, an important holy site for both Jews and Muslims. In this area a small number of (around four hundred) Ultra Zionist settlers made homes here, in an area in which a hundred thousand Palestinian people live. The settlers, […]

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