Famous author Margaret Atwood on fame, expectation, returning to Gilead, being a ‘literary rockstar’...

"There have been many requests for a sequel which I've always said no to," famous author Margaret Atwood explains. "However, as time...

Squeeze’s Glenn Tilbrook talks about raising money for The Trussell Trust anti-poverty charity and...

Almost three years ago, deep in the heart of the BBC, Glenn Tilbrook was preparing to perform with Squeeze on The Andrew Marr Show. Sitting...

New dancing duet 111 debut at IF Oxford Science and Ideas Festival

After a successful run at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the team behind 111 - American dancer Joel Brown and Estonian dancer Eve Mutso, make...

James Wilton on complex new dance piece The Storm and his company’s first appearance...

“I wanted to make a piece that mattered, that would help people in some way," the founder of the James Wilton Dance tells me.

Wrestling with demons: New play ‘Unspoken’, by award-winning BMH Productions, tackles stigmas and bullying

"Do you know someone with a stammer or a stutter?" director Alexandra Coke asks me."According to research, it's very likely that you do. 1 in...

REVIEW: With two standing ovations, Tim Minchin is ‘Back’, proving it’s never too late...

Tim Minchin is most certainly ‘Back’. Eight years since his last tour in the UK, he’s performing three sold out nights at the New Theatre,...

Family show You’ve Got Dragons aims to make theatre accessible and inclusive to all...

Do your worries ever reach dragon-like proportions? If so, then Taking Flight has just the show for you. A poignant, insightful story about coping with...

INTERVIEW: Stripped back and naked: James Rowland is back at OFS with more Revelations

A few years ago, James’ best friends asked for his sperm – to start a family. The result is Revelations, James' third show which involves story,...

Relationships, power and sex tourism examined in compelling drama ‘trade’ at The North Wall

BAFTA and Olivier award-winning playwright Debbie Tucker Green’s drama ‘trade’ about relationships, power and sex tourism, is coming to The North Wall on Tuesday and...

REVIEW: Eddie Izzard announces new political career and last tour as Wunderbar hits Oxford’s...

Sauntering onto stage with hot pink false nails, a tartan miniskirt and leather thigh-high boots - his muscular legs proudly on show from all that...
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