EXCITING NEWS: New Theatre Oxford reopens in August with top shows Priscilla, Bat Out...

We are so excited to report that after 525 days of darkness, the New Theatre Oxford will reopen its doors from Monday 23 August! 

Meet Mole, Rat, Toad, Badger and some dodgy Weasels as Creation’s interactive Wind In...

Creation is pulling out all the stops this summer to bring you a fun, interactive, outdoor, family-friendly version of Wind In The Willows as you've...

Alice’s Day is back on Saturday with madcap family events and activities all around...

Should you bump into Alice in Wonderland on Saturday, the Red Queen or even The White Rabbit fear not. It's Alice's Day in Oxford on...

“My daughter loved every second of it!” Why little ones love Oxford Playhouse’s Secret...

The Secret Garden Experience for children has been so popular it's been extended until September. The much-loved family classic by Frances Hodgson...

Oxford’s Offbeat festival is back with an incredible feast of new talent but it’s...

Oxford's answer to Edinburgh Fringe is back, with six days, 50 acts and an incredible line up of new talent, shows, comedy, dance, installation, film,...

REVIEW: “The Hooley is undoubtedly the hot ticket of the summer” Giffords is back...

It was always going to be a bittersweet moment, that glorious drive through the Cotswolds to Giffords Circus HQ where its infamous big top dominates...

REVIEW: Romeo and Juliet – “A psychedelic, trippy riot of colour, fast-paced energy and...

When all other lights were going out during the darkest days of lockdown, Oxford based Creation Theatre Company continued to cast beams of hope and...

Oxford Festival of the Arts reveals full summer season of film, dance, music, art,...

Oxford Festival of the Arts has announced its extensive summer line-up, starting today, which includes dance, theatre, visual arts, film, music, street performance and even...

What do you get if you cross Shakespeare with a pub garden? Half Cut...

Half Cut Theatre is combining two of our favourite things to keep you entertained this summer: theatre and pub gardens. Bringing Shakespeare’s Twelfth...

“I strongly recommend that you go” Review – Pre-Raphaelites: Drawings and Watercolours at The...

It seems like an eternity since we were allowed access to our art galleries, but from Monday (May 17) the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford is opening...
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