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.
ELOISE DAVIES rustles up some magical May Week cocktails for all your Ball boozing and punt tripping needs.
ELOISE DAVIES and DMITRY KIRPICHENKO continue their exploration of historical University societies, and find everyone’s favourite radical college more active than ever.
Think CUSU is an odd place now? Try the 1990s, say ELOISE DAVIES and DMITRY KIRPICHENKO.
It’s not all Nobel prizes and political glory amongst our alumnae. ELOISE DAVIES wants you to choose the worst of the worst.
Think your summer is going to be anticlimactic? Don’t worry, says ELOISE DAVIES. It could be so much worse.
We ask you a question harder than any exam.
ELOISE DAVIES says ditch the notes and try something a little different.
ELOISE DAVIES defends our oldest and smallest college against its “Worst College” title.
ELOISE DAVIES discovers divorce, incest and general marital chaos.