Meeting Sinatra, entertaining the troops, working with Harry Secombe, Frankie Howard and Tommy Cooper....

“I only met Frank Sinatra for a few minutes, but the memory has lasted a lifetime. They were wonderful days." I'm talking...

Sir Richard Alston: “I want to go out ‘not with a bang but a...

Sir Richard Alston is jet-lagged when we speak, having just returned from New York. He is drinking coffee to stay awake, but you’d never know...

39 events in 14 days: Think Human Festival explores thought provoking issues through theatre,...

Enjoy 39 events over 14 days right across Oxford, and all for free, thanks to the Think Human Festival kicking off on Feb 1 for...

OUR WORLD IN CRISIS: Tipping Point targets climate change through Butoh dance for Café...

With the clock ticking for the world to take action on climate change, Café Reason’s timely and provocative new work offers a creative response to the threats facing...

MUST SEE: Our Top 25 pick of 2020’s best theatre, dance, comedy, musicals and...

Ladykiller - Friday 20 March OFS oldfirestation.org.uk or March 10 Didcot Cornerstone http://cornerstone-arts.org A hotel room, a maid and a dead...

New dancing duet 111 debut at IF Oxford Science and Ideas Festival

After a successful run at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the team behind 111 - American dancer Joel Brown and Estonian dancer Eve Mutso, make...

James Wilton on complex new dance piece The Storm and his company’s first appearance...

“I wanted to make a piece that mattered, that would help people in some way," the founder of the James Wilton Dance tells me.

Try Disco, Ceilidh, Kathak Fusion and……..astronauts at Family Dance Week with Dancin’ Oxford

Disco, Ceilidh, Kathak Fusion and astronauts feature strongly in this year's Family Dance Week from October 5-13 in Oxford and Bicester.   Dancin' Oxford...
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