The film project, called ‘Ruling Class’, has been pitched as School of Rock meets The West Wing.
ELOISE DAVIES chats to Alex Cartlidge and Marthe de Ferrer about funding, feminism and insularity, ahead of the opening of their show at the Fringe.
ELOISE DAVIES talks to director Matilda Wnek about her hip, drug-guzzling modern adaptation of the Bard’s classic love story.
RYAN MONK was amused but not astounded by this fun and silly May Week production.
JOSH SIMONS is delighted by this marvellous mousse of a May Ball.
CLAUDIA LEONG thoroughly enjoyed her evening at Caius, which seemed to end all too soon.
The nail was hit on the head by this year’s committee says ISOBEL GOODER.
FRED MAYNARD gets behind this typical May Week fare.
HARRY SHUKMAN and FRANCESCA EBEL were delighted by Clare’s magical, primordial adventure.
WILL KENNAWAY thinks Emma June Event’s vaguely-defined ‘Quest’ was just fine.
BETH SWORDS is over-awed by the intricacy of Sidney Sussex May Ball.
MOLLIE WINTLE had an absolute affair to remember at King’s.
Probably the best May Ball this year, says CHARLIE BELL.
CHARLIE BELL was far from blown away by Robinson May Ball, this year.
Footlights President of 2013 Harry Michell is returning to the ADC this week with a new show, ready for the Edinburgh Fringe. He talks to LARA FERRIS all about comedy and life out of Cambridge.
LAURA PATERSON neither loves nor hates this piece of student writing from New Zealand.
Put down those flashcards and pencil some of these events into your revision timetable.
Slim pickings this week, but no excuses not to put down that revision and head out for some fun in the Culture sun
Forget Tinder, now it’s all about Cuddlr.
If the glove fitz…
Freshers week is changing, as wide-eyed newbies must now rock up to sexual consent workshops.
Opposition to the consent workshops is absurd and shows just how much we really need them, argues fresher JAMES RISELEY.
CHRIS SIMPSON, founder of ScotSoc, responds to yesterday’s pro Yes argument.
After last year’s thrashing by Oxford, the club have a lot to prove.
For the first time, Oxford and Cambridge will pit their finest riders against each other at Newmarket.
WILL DALRYMPLE delves deep into this ‘real horroshow’ of a play…
Yaseen Kader returns to wreak havok on the streets of Oxford one last time.
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