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Review: The Boys – “Should I laugh or should I recoil in disgust”

Words by Xavier Pickford There is no easing in with new Amazon Prime series The Boys.

REVIEW: Saying goodbye to Orange is the New Black

*Disclaimer: May contain minor spoilers* After seven hugely successful series, one of Netflix’s first original series ‘Orange is the New...

Review: The 39 Steps at the Barn Theatre – ‘Jolly good show ol’ chap!’

Murder, secret agents and farcical chaos awaited me at The Barn Theatre last month, and I was not left disappointed.

REVIEW: Kate Nash-Underestimate the Girl

A fascinating documentary about the difficulties of being a female musician in the music industry today has hit BBC iPlayer.

Music review: allusinlove’s ‘It’s Okay To Talk’ – “unashamedly indie pop… drenched in summer...

Words by James Queralt It’s Ok To Talk, the debut album from Yorkshire up-and-comers allusinlove, harks back to...

Music review: The Oxymora’s ‘Queen’ – “full of heart and groove”

Queen is the first taste of what is to be expected from newly formed five-piece, The Oxymora. And, it’s a compelling...

Music review: Flour Babies’ ‘Landlocked’ – “wild and arcane”

There was a time when Flour Babies were a directionless racket – but something was there, something nascent. 

REVIEW: The Butterfly Lion at The Barn Theatre – “a very endearing show”

For those unaware of Michael Morpurgo’s novel ‘The Butterfly Lion', it doesn’t really matter. Familiar or not, The Barn’s stage adaptation...

Review: Rock of Ages at New Theatre Oxford – “show-stopping musical performances”

When you think about glam rock a lot of people associate it with cheesy songs, imbedded with some nostalgia. And yet,...

REVIEW: The Red House, Newbury – “quite simply a taste of the country”

As far as British pubs go, The Red House in Newbury is about as traditional as you can get.
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