A FEAST OF THE SENSES – Why The Ashmolean’s new Pompeii exhibition is its...

It is a tale of two cities, The Ashmolean’s new exhibition Last Supper In Pompeii. But it is also a story about...

REVIEW: FAIRIES, MAGIC AND A SUPERB BOTTOM! A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Blenheim Palace’s...

The mid-summer weather may well have tried it’s hardest to turn Shakespeare’s joyous and much-loved comedy of twinkly fairy magic and poetic sweetness into more...

This summer’s Oxford Proms kicks off with an ambitious summer schedule

The Oxford Proms has carved a comfortable little niche for itself since its formation in 2011. Neatly...

LAST CHANCE: To catch Twelfth Night at the Oxford Shakespeare Festival

Oxford Shakespeare Festival is coming to an end this weekend at Oxford Castle & Prison after an eight week season. But...

CROPREDY FESTIVAL: WATERBOYS HEADLINE AT FAIRPORT’S 40TH

Fairport’s Cropredy Convention kicks off today as the event celebrates its 40th year with a fantastic line up for what is...

A deadly affair? The PappyShow answers some big questions at The North Wall this...

Expect high-energy, playful theatre from The PappyShow this weekend at The North Wall. "Wait Til The End tackles death and how we approach...

Wanna learn to breakdance? Baby People, the UK’s first dedicated hip hop school, comes...

Whilst The Story Museum's exhibitions are closed for its exciting major redevelopment and upcoming opening, instead it has Baby People, the UK's first dedicated hip...

Want to watch a play naked? UK first as Mikron Theatre begins Oxford run...

That's right folks. You read it correctly the first time. Mikron Theatre is not only bringing two new plays to Oxfordshire throughout August, but one...

Mike Bartlett play Contractions opens in Oxford before heading to Fringe

“It’s the kind of play that makes you burst out laughing and then feel guilty for doing so,” Dee Thompson tells me, “but that’s what...
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