Sunday, July 12, 2020
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REVIEW: Natalie Imbruglia at Oxford’s O2 Academy

By Jessica Derwent On Friday night I joined my mum at the O2 academy in Oxford to see the iconic singer-songwriter and Australian national treasure...

REVIEW: Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em

Resurrecting one of Britain's most-loved sitcoms, Guy Unsworth brought Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em to the Wyvern Theatre's stage in all its mishap glory. Despite being...

REVIEW: Tiffins Buffet, Swindon

If I was stuck on a desert island and a genie suddenly appeared from a washed up bottle and granted me the traditional three...

Music review: The Blinders – “the brave new world we’ve been waiting for”

I’d been waiting for this gig for months - I imagine this is how weird people feel about Christmas. After seeing The Blinders back in...

REVIEW: Frank Turner at Swindon’s Level III

Frank Turner wrapped up Level III's final and sold-out show last weekend, joined by supporting acts Mike Barham and Seán McGowan. Saturday was an emotional night to...

REVIEW: The Secret Garden

Last night was the re-launch of the Barn Theatre, Cirencester, with the critically acclaimed musical The Secret Garden. Having been to the Barn Theatre numerous times,...

REVIEW: I was Hooked by Peter Pan

Tuesday was the opening night of Wyvern Theatre's 2017 Panto, Peter Pan, and it got off to a flying start. The Wyvern Theatre was transformed...

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...

REVIEW: Helen Browning’s Chop House

After our Night of the Ocelot, the team needed a little bit of TLC and we knew Helen Browning's Chop House would sort us...

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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