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Fringe Interview

An Interview with Poltergeist Theatre’s Director Jack Bradfield

A ‘wide-eyed… musing on truth’, Poltergeist Theatre’s new production at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, Lights Over Tesco Car Park, is set to be a sweet and genuine exploration of stories surrounding alien sightings and abduction. Sitting down with director Jack Bradfield, we discussed the nature of this ‘docu-comedy’, a production that uses the mode of […]

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Are Oxford doing enough to condemn Aung San Suu Kyi?

The portrait of Nobel Peace Prize laureate and University of Oxford graduate Aung San Suu Kyi has been removed from public display in the university, following criticism over her perceived silence in response to the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar. St Hugh’s college, Oxford, made the decision to remove the portrait in an act of subtle […]

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Culture Theatre

The Gondoliers

This spring EUSOG’s annual Gilbert and Sullivan feast was the acclaimed The Gondoliers. The story follows the search for the rightful King of the fictional kingdom of Barataria who was promised, at birth, to the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Plaza Toro. Having originally been suspected to be one of two humble gondoliers […]