Zoe Apostolides reviews Peer Gynt
Tim Bano reviews the Gilbert and Sullivan Society's Iolanthe
Well, isn’t that a kick in the crotch. I spend the entirity of my last column being lovely about people. Ok, being...
Steph Vizard crashes a rehearsal of A Streetcar Named Desire and chats with the cast and crew
I just wanna go to bed but there is too much underwear on my face… At the student protest, one man to...
Having been to formal hall at St Catz before, I knew what to expect and was looking forward to it. The chicken...
I think the event I was most nervous about attending this Halloween was The Failed Novelists’ meeting at Teddy Hall on Sunday....
Delving into a cryptic world with master crossword setter Araucaria
Dadaist surrealism, or a celebration of falling down, farts and poo? Hugo Gordon tries to define the latest Jackass film.
The future of the Tron franchise looks worrying, but Helen O’Horan finds a saving grace in its soundtrack.
5th week blues getting you down? Need some comfort TV to brighten up your day? Here are our picks of the best...
Dan Antopolski puts it better than I ever could, proclaiming his fresh-off-the-Fringe ‘Turn of the Century’ tour as “a bit like life;...
Aimee Cliff asks why we feel the need to abandon ship when something becomes ‘mainstream’. Should we stay faithful?
Tom Blackburn explores the dangers and delights of Facebook. How do those without it cope?
Michael Letzer finds this British production - half documentary, half drama - to be stylized, sensitive and deeply saddening.
Can the latest comedy from Todd Phillips match up to his work on The Hangover? Abigail Enoch doesn't think so.
We challenge writer Alice Tsay to make a winter-warming meal
Personal, funny, and heartbreaking all at the same time - Emily Searles is overjoyed by a family film done right.
"Does Saw 3D end things on a satisfying note? Nah, not really." Hugo Gordon explains why.
Africa United is a difficult film to judge, but Rebecca Gillie gets to grips with this family-friendly adventure.