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...

Jonny & The Baptists take new comedy show Love You & Hate Covid on...

Last year, multi-award-nominated musical-comedy-silly-arses Jonny & the Baptists made a new show about love and their friendship. After a critically acclaimed...

Teenage cast to take Edinburgh Fringe by storm with new play ‘If It Didn’t...

It was a big ask, commissioning playwright Siofra Dromgooleto to create If It Didn’t Matter.  Not only because the themes of loss,...

Oxford and Didcot’s rising stars cast in Shakespeare’s Richard II, streamed in six times...

This August Bank Holiday, some of Oxford's rising stars appear in 60 Hour Shakespeare's Richard II, being streamed from six different time zones around the...

REVIEW: Strictly’s AJ forgets his steps, and his brother Curtis Pritchard fluffs his lines,...

AJ Live 2020 Strictly favourite AJ Pritchard is touring the UK with ‘AJ Live’ alongside his younger brother and Love Island star...

REVIEW: Shadows Of Troy at Oxford Playhouse is “a fine, ambitious and resonant piece...

Artistically speaking, the Trojan war is the gift that keeps on giving. From Homer and Virgil, via Chaucer and Shakespeare, all the way up to...

Skylight is the limit: How Chipping Norton Theatre’s home productions go from strength to...

Skylight is David Hare's most produced work, but news that director John Terry is taking on the Olivier award-winning play, has given the home-grown production...

Gimme, gimme gimme: Mamma Mia! is returning to Oxford for Christmas 2020

Exciting news folks! MAMMA MIA! will return to the New Theatre Oxford for a four-week run from December 8 - Jan 2 over Christmas, giving us a really uplifting, all-singing, all-dancing,...

REVIEW: “You’d be hard-pressed to find yourself at a more uplifting gig.” Emeli Sandé...

If I had to describe Emeli Sandé’s gig at New Theatre Oxford in one word, it would be joyful. Joy simply emanated from her and...

“We wanted it to be something new and exciting. Something bold. Something accessible.” Lady...

Playing Lady Macbeth is every actresses dream, and yet the famous Scottish queen remains entangled in the cliches and stereotypes which accompany her everywhere.
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