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Titus Andronicus

Often labelled as ‘Shakespeare’s bloodiest play’, Titus Andronicus has been reimagined by the Time Zone Theatre Company and is partway through a run at the Rose Playhouse, Bankside. 601 mots de plus

HOW DO THEY DO IT? Jane Austen Improv that blew my mind!

Mr Pickett, a rather girly young man with a penchant for flowers, has fallen desperately in love with new arrival to Bath Clarissa Fences. She is desperately allergic to flowers, but nevertheless after a disastrous first meeting they reconvene at a bridge of flowers, only for her to be kidnapped by the notorious White brothers, one of whom she recently and scandalously married at a ceremony of dubious validity. 414 mots de plus


The Oxford Revue and Friends - A review

This article first appeared on The Oxford Student website on 12 June 2016.

People who say Oxford is no laughing matter are very much not the target audience of… 487 mots de plus

The Oxford Student

All For Your Delight, Part Two

The road followed by the A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Play For The Nation project  has been a long and winding one – OMG: Another cliché alert..next he’ll be doing the one about the roller coaster of emotions. 184 mots de plus

A Play For The Nation

Joe's NYC Bar - social commentary in a time of turmoil

Joe’s NYC Bar is an immersive, interactive, improvisational performance experience where the audience are transported to a bar in Brooklyn where not everybody know’s your name, but they’re willing the learn it, if you’re willing to participate. 810 mots de plus


Fairbank Papers

The digitized collection of the Fairbank Papers is part of the Cambridge Digital Library.  (Harold Arthur) Thomas Fairbank was born in 1876. He became the first English orthopaedic surgeon working at Charing Cross Hospital in London. 68 mots de plus

Audiovisual Material

*** Review – Wild, Hampstead Theatre

Off into the wilds of Swiss Cottage yesterday to work out what all the fuss was about regarding Wild at Hampstead Theatre. I got my answer… but it wasn’t the script. 431 mots de plus