Winston Bae-chill on 5th week: ‘never give up, never give up, never give up’
THEATRE – Frankenstein/Keble O’Reilly/ Wednesday – Sunday, 7:30pm/ £8
It’s 1929. The Great War is over. The Hindenburg Line successfully repelled the Allies’ advance, and the resulting stalemate decimated the continent. Meanwhile, Victor Frankenstein is determined to rebuild the world he saw destroyed. In its first staging since its sell-out run 2011, StraightFace Theatre brings you Frankenstein as you’ve never seen it before.
TALK – Steven Moffat/The Oxford Union/ Monday (TONIGHT!) 8:00pm
The man behind Dr Who and Sherlock – need one say more?
CONCERT – Mozart’s Requiem / Exeter College/ Saturday, 7:30-9:00pm/ £3 OTD
Exeter College Choir will perform Requiem by Mozart (R. Levin completion) with orchestra. Programme will also include Mozart’s Piano Concerto in d-minor. Soloist: Cheryl Tan
NIGHT OUT – The United States of Anuba: anubeginning/ Bridge launch/ Tuesday to tie in with US election!
£1 Jagerbombs all night, and £1 donated to Cancer Research for every attendant. Bridge, politics and the start of what VERSA believes will become the next Oxford institution.
DEBATE –James Delingpole on Direct Democracy/ Oxford Forum/ Saturday, 5.15pm
Did he mention he was at university with the (ex.) Prime Minister?
DID IT FOR THE LIKES
Highs and lows of the Oxford Bubble #week3
FUCKUGLY BUILDING OF THE WEEK
OVERHEARD IN OXFORD
“PPE is an Oxford equivalent of Media Studies”
ME AND MY IMPORTANT THOUGHTS
According to CherStu…
Personally, I find the link between fragrance and gender unnecessarily restrictive to the point of heteronormativity.
The Most ‘Oxford’ Moment of the Week: