A reminder rife with symbolism, of a 200-year-old bailout
When Katherine Pearce’s Horatia Poskitt is beaten up by a policeman at the close of The Whip’s first half, I confess my attention
The Call Of Rome
21 March 2020, 8pm | Christ Church CathedralAccompanying Choral Workshop 2-5pm | Magdalen College Auditorium The Sixteen celebrate 20 years of their Choral Pilgrimage tour with music from 16th and
From the Sopranos to the Baritones...
Ahead of the Händel Festival Choir’s upcoming performance at the Sheldonian theatre on 23 February 2020, we spoke to Tasmin Smith, the Director of The International Music Exchange,
We’ve all heard the phrase – but far from just being fodder for self-congratulatory millennials on Instagram, there’s some scientific credence behind the notion that couples
Restrictive but relevant
Craig Taylor’s stage sketch show dates back to the nineties, when the writer worked at a western Canadian hardware store, committing the most memorable customer conversations to paper.