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...

Monkeying around: What to expect from Beauty and The Beast at Oxford Playhouse. Did...

With the Oxford Playhouse panto well underway, and thousands expected to pour through the doors in the next month, Ricky Oakley is already ten shows...

REVIEW: Creation’s Snow Queen takes us back to the Hans Christian Anderson original, and...

Whether in direct contrast to Disney's Frozen or just because it's what Creation does best, this year's festive offering of Hans Christian Anderson's epic tale...

Review: Why Creation’s The Tempest almost sold out before it even began

“Welcome to Creation Cruises. We hope you enjoy your voyage,” said a crew member in an ‘Officer and a Gentlemen’ style white uniform.

OUR WORLD IN CRISIS: Tipping Point targets climate change through Butoh dance for Café...

With the clock ticking for the world to take action on climate change, Café Reason’s timely and provocative new work offers a creative response to the threats facing...

MADE IN OXFORD: Nathan and Ida spread their wings in double-bill comedy caper

When I last saw Nathan and ida they were promoting their brand new show Nathan & Ida’s Hot Dog Stand which was about to show...

REVIEW: Dame to the rescue as Beauty and The Beast opens for Christmas at...

As the all-singing, all-dancing pantomime crew performed their first number in Beauty and The Beast, complete with animals, villagers, the evil Witch Kardashia, her snarling...

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...

The Last Noël at OFS: ‘a funny, moving, uplifting play with songs about the...

Anyone who has enjoyed OFS' adult Christmas show will know what a massive treat is in store when The Last Noel opens on Wednesday.

Famous author Margaret Atwood on fame, expectation, returning to Gilead, being a ‘literary rockstar’...

"There have been many requests for a sequel which I've always said no to," famous author Margaret Atwood explains. "However, as time...
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