Tag Archives: Tina Sederholm

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The Good Delusion by Tina Sederholm

-Reviewed by James Webster- The Good Delusion is a superbly realised story and an eminently relatable piece of theatre that delves deep into the concept of ‘goodness’, aspiring to break down what it really means and ascertain why our aspirations so often cause us to break down. And it does so with enviable panache. From…

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Saboteur Awards 2014 – 31st May

On Saturday 31st May, at Oxford’s Jericho Tavern, we will be announcing the results of the public vote for this year’s Saboteur Awards (check out the shortlist here). Over 2500 of you cast your vote this year to have a say in the outcome. However, results are just the tip of the iceberg of what…

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Review: The Anti-Slam Oxford

-Reviewed by Claire Trévien- 23rd January at Arts at the Old Fire Station The logistics In 2012 I participated in the inaugural Bullshit conference. The concept was simple: either deal in an ultra-academic way with the silliest topics you can find, or deal with a serious subject matter in a nonsensical format. In other words,…

Review: Hammer & Tongue Oxford 13/11/12

- reviewed by James Webster – Hammer & Tongue’s new season continues … Have I mentioned that I really like Hammer & Tongue? I’m sure I have. I must’ve done. Anyway, if I haven’t (or you haven’t seen my previous effusive reviews of Hammer & Tongue events) then I really do. One of the things…

Edinburgh Reviews Day 7 (07/08/12) part 2: The Girl with No Heart, Evie and the Perfect Cupcake, Ash Dickinson @ the Inky Fingers Minifest

- reviewed by James Webster and Dana Bubulj – These are the last of the Edinburgh reviews from Sabotage’s Performance Editor James Webster and his stalwart reviewer Dana Bubulj. We had a great time in Edinburgh, saw some amazing spoken word artists and reviewed 35 shows. And although this means we mightn’t  have new bumper-reviews every day, we’ve got…

Review: Hammer & Tongue Oxford Slam Final 12/06/2012

- reviewed by Neil Anderson – Sabotage recently previewed the Hammer & Tongue Oxford final, and to follow up from that, Neil Anderson reviews the final itself! Oxford’s Skylight Crisis cafe was packed to an extent I’d never before witnessed for the 2012 Oxford Hammer and Tongue final. This was the second Hammer and Tongue…