Review: The Wild Duck Inn

The Wild Duck Inn is tucked away in the leafy lanes of Ewen in the Cotswolds - all grey slates, slanted doorways and ancient...

Review: Fred Ted Jack & Harold

Have you ever thought about the people, living or dead, who you’d like to have dinner with? Well, imagine that but it was a dinner...

REVIEW: Beneath the Blue Rinse

We've all heard the saying that "youth is wasted on the young", but up until the weekend I hadn't fully appreciated the sentiment. Beneath the...

TV Tricks – How Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D is connected to the Movies

If you've been anywhere near a cinema lately, you've no doubt heard all about the gigantic blockbuster that is Avengers Infinity War. But have...

The highly acclaimed and “must-see” production of Birdsong comes to Oxford

From the best-selling book Birdsong comes an emotional and stunning stage adaptation of the story which will be brought back to life next month. Marking...

Game Review: Minecraft – Endless Possibilities, Ageless Game

What game is full of blocks, sold more copies than Grand Theft Auto and somehow managed to remain as popular (if not more) as...

Theatre review: The Play That Goes Wrong – “unmissable comedy gold”

Early 19th Century US economist Roger Babson once said: "When things go wrong don't go with them." But this is not advice you should follow...

Gig Monkey takes a look at the month’s musical offerings

By Ed Dyer Catgod – Heartbeat in My Hand EP Downbeat melancholia can be something wonderfully uplifting. Bands like Sigur Ros, Bright Eyes, Frightened Rabbit and...

Film review: A Cambodian Spring at The Ultimate Picture Palace

The thing I love about Oxford’s Ultimate Picture Palace is that there’s always something on to push your mind further. Recently the cinema had a...

Review: Dirty Bones, Oxford

When a chef recommends a restaurant, it’s a safe assumption that it’s going to be top tier. My editor and I sauntered up to...
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