Simon Evans on BBC lockdown drama Staged and Oxford Playhouse fundraiser starring Stephen Fry,...

'Who is Simon Evans?' has been the question on everyone's lips since the huge success of his BBC lockdown comedy Staged, starring Michael Sheen and...

REVIEW: With two standing ovations, Tim Minchin is ‘Back’, proving it’s never too late...

Tim Minchin is most certainly ‘Back’. Eight years since his last tour in the UK, he’s performing three sold out nights at the New Theatre,...

REVIEW: Jack Savoretti bares his soul to his wife live at the New Theatre...

Jack Savoretti's night at New Theatre Oxford, as part of his 'Singing to Strangers' tour, left quite an impression. Disarmingly intimate throughout, thanks to his...

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...

REVIEW: Educating Rita, at Oxford Playhouse all week, is as brilliant as ever. But...

Educating Rita really got me thinking. I mean here's a play written in 1980 by Willy Russell to highlight the disparities between...

All hail Macbeth! What to expect at the new Rose Theatre, Blenheim Palace

Macbeth had big shoes to fill as he walked onstage fresh from the battlefields, clutching the Thane of Cawdor's head, to wreak havoc amongst the...

My interview with Tyger Drew-Honey on his stage debut in POSH at Oxford Playhouse,...

The Tyger Drew-Honey sitting opposite me discussing his stage debut in POSH with such passion is not the same Tyger of yesteryear.

REVIEW: Why you should go to see Motown The Musical, coming to the Oxford’s...

What to expect from Motown the Musical? Tribute acts en masse? A parody of some of America’s finest musicians? Unlimited schmaltz? Wrong....

REVIEW: Merrily We Roll Along at Oxford Playhouse “packs a solid punch – a...

An explosive musical introduction from the pit kicked off a tremendous melodic platform upon which the entire show will build, as the curtain rises to...

DRY JANUARY: New play Dry by Oxford’s Human Story Theatre targets middle class, middle...

Bryonie Pritchard and Paul Ansdell play a middle aged couple: James and Ellen Wilson who find themselves at one dinner party too many.
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