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‘What a joyous evening! A spirited and joyful, must see production’ Why you should...

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What a joyous evening - our dismal, winter transformed last night by Oliver! The Musical at Oxford's New Theatre, performed by the super-talented OXOPS (Oxford Operatic Society)...

OUR 2024 ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE: Oxfordshire’s best musicals, concerts, plays, premieres, festivals, family, dance, music...

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What a treat 2024 has in store for you with a smorgasbord of entertaining morsels to enjoy. Here is our bumper guide to what's on in Oxfordshire!...

TOP 20+ FESTIVE PICKS; Oxfordshire’s best theatre, trails, markets, shows, musicals, panto, comedy, magic,...

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With the Christmas holidays bearing down on us, here is the best ways to enjoy yourself in Oxfordshire over the festive season! 1) Creation’s Christmas Carol, until 6...

REVIEW: We can see why Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, as it hits New Theatre...

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"Why isn't Everybody's Talking About Jamie on the school curriculum? Everyone should see it!" the lady next to me at Oxford's New Theatre said, as the standing...

REVIEW: “Sheer, unadulterated fun” Shrek The Musical keeps on giving – at New Theatre...

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If you've somehow you've missed Shrek at the cinema, West End stage or on tour, then your luck is in because the famous animated film, and now...

REVIEW: SOB AWAY – Blood Brothers at Oxford Playhouse is an emotional roller-coaster of...

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Although Blood Brothers has toured the world, it was a first for Oxford Playhouse and for us. But after so long on the road could the mammoth...

WHAT TO SEE THIS AUTUMN: Our TOP 30+ round-up of the best shows, comedy,...

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Autumn is here and with it a massive choice of entertainment at Oxfordshire's wonderful theatres, galleries and museums. Here are our top picks: The Oxford Science and Ideas...

‘I have to feel it every time I do it’ Niki Colwell Evans on...

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International smash hit musical Blood Brothers is coming to Oxford Playhouse this September, telling the tragic tale of twins separated at birth, who grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again. Performed...

REVIEW: “I would go see it again in a heart beat” Why ‘Dirty Dancing...

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We've all watched the film a thousand times, but judging by the queues stretching all the way past Oxford's New Theatre on opening night, we still can't...

Tempted to steal someone’s ashes? GOYA brings hilarious new queer musical ‘Four Felons and...

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Ever thought about stealing someone’s ashes? Neither had Millie. Now she’s barrelling down the M6 in a Fiat Punto with three accomplices, 45 packets of crisps and...
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