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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.

REVIEW: Fyre – “how not to put on a festival… a must-see”

This has to be the slowest and most expensive car crash of a situation I have ever seen.

REVIEW: Polar – “it just fell so flat”

I really wanted to like Polar, I truly did. But it just fell so flat. The gist: The...

REVIEW: Velvet Buzzsaw – “brilliant premise”

From the moment I saw the trailer for Velvet Buzzsaw (from Nightcrawler director Dan Gilroy) I was counting down the days...

REVIEW: Abducted in Plain Sight – “a mind-bending affair”

I’ve seen this twice now - once for my own curiosity, and the second time was purely to watch people’s reaction...

Music review: John Oakes’ ‘Songwriter’ – “ignites both anguish and rapture”

Album review: SongwriterArtist: John Oakes 'Songwriter' is an album I’d happily feel sad to. It’s Simon & Garfunkel...

Music review: Jol Rose’s ‘My Nebraska’ – “raw, heart-felt feeling”

Album review: My NebraskaArtist: Jol Rose My Nebraska is old country at the forefront, but hasn’t been achored...

Music review: Joely’s ‘EP’ – “urban jazz-pop with plenty of edge”

EP review: EPArtist: Joely Rendle If you set fire to Lenka and Feist, it would be Joely that...

Live review: allusinlove at The Jericho Tavern – “feeling is what we got here”

It doesn’t take long from first stepping into north Oxford’s Jericho Tavern to realise just how steeped in musical history the...
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