Will the show go on? Oxford Playhouse announces cost cutting measures and redundancies as...

Oxford Playhouse staff are bracing themselves for a series of extreme cost cutting measures, including 20% staff redundancies, to ensure the long-term survival of the theatre,...

Juliet and Romeo are middle-aged and in therapy thanks to some playwright called Will,...

Romeo and Juliet act out their courtship as part of their therapy, from touching palm-to-palm at a high-class party, to fleeing together after Friar Laurence’s...

REVIEW: “A radically abridged but joyously chaotic hour of fun and mayhem” Creation Theatre...

The Oxford-based Creation Theatre Company has a great reputation for putting on ambitious and energetic performances in imaginatively unusual settings, and their ongoing production of...

OUR TOP CHRISTMAS PICKS: From comedy, family shows, drama and carols to dames, days...

1) YOUNG CHILDREN - Raymond Briggs' Father Christmas, Oxford Playhouse, until Thursday 24 December (book by Tuesday 22 December) Watch Briggs’ grumpy but loveable Father Christmas, adapted...

REVIEW: DAY 2 AT TRUCK – HUGE CROWDS FOR MERCURY NOMINEES IDLES, LEWIS CAPALDI...

Friday at Truck is when the festival fully kicks off, and although everyone arriving was unlucky to have missed an incredible Thursday evening, the...

When will Oxfordshire’s theatres re-open and will they survive? By those in the know!

Theatres across Oxfordshire may stay closed until next year unless they are given financial support and advice around social distancing. Most staff...

TOP TEN: The most enjoyable and exciting things for children and teens to do...

Here is our top picks of the best things for your children and teenagers to enjoy in Oxfordshire, despite the problems of social distancing.

Jericho Comedy running two ‘evolutionary’ comedy shows simultaneously at The Natural History Museum and...

Jericho Comedy is celebrating the new exhibition "First Animals" at Oxford University Natural History Museum on Friday November 8 by hosting two comedy shows AT...

REVIEW: Why Barber Shop Chronicles is such an energy-fuelled and life affirming play

There is an immediate immersion into the world of Barber Shop Chronicles as soon as you step into the Oxford Playhouse auditorium, the cast greeting...

Hauntingly good festival of Fringe theatre and comedy hits North Wall

A festival of theatre, comedy, workshops and more is heading to The North Wall on Saturday before it hits Edinburgh Fringe...
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