King's Players put on a fun, vibrant rendition of the 2002 Leonardo Dicaprio and Tom Hanks movie, Catch Me If You Can — only this time, Frank tells his story through song.
Despite taking place in 1656, the Arts and Humanities Student Council's production of David Ives' 'The Interrogation of Baruch de Spinoza' promotes the necessity of discussion in any era.
The Grand Theatre produces Margaret Atwood's The Penelopiad, retelling Homer's classic tale from Penelope's (played by Stratford royalty Seana Mckenna) point of view.
Posh takes the audience on an intimate — yet unfulfilling — journey into the lives of the University of Oxford's wealthiest of the wealthy.
The Palace Theatre hosted London Fringe's Circus of the Stars yesterday evening. In the festival's final 2018 event, performers offered audience members antics galore.
London's 2018 Fringe Theatre Fest began with the Performer Showcase which gave each performer two minutes to preview their show. Here are some shows we think you won't want to miss.
In an era of growing political instability, journalists and creatives are trying to reconcile the art of storytelling with activism. On Monday night, the Storytelling as Activism panel at the Grand Theatre explored the idea of using the stories of people from various cultures and backgrounds…