REVIEW: What a laugh! Jericho Comedy’s Mind gala raises £30,000 in unprecedented sell out...

It was all a bit of a decadent, if slightly naughty, way to spend a Saturday afternoon, but the third Oxfordshire Mind Comedy Gala's matinee...

LAST CHANCE: The six Christmas shows in Oxfordshire until January

What to do over New Year. Our festive choices that carry on until January

REVIEW: The Oxford Bach Choir and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra “delivered a...

Elgar’s masterful setting of Cardinal Newman’s 1865 visionary poem, which follows the journey of a dying man’s soul through to the afterlife, makes huge demands on its performers, in terms of both stamina and technique.

REVIEW: The Jolly Christmas Postman is “a must see for little ‘uns” at The...

The Jolly Christmas Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg is top of the Christmas story book pile in our house at this time of year!...

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...

REVIEW: Timely reminder of what Christmas is all about comes to OFS with The...

All this time I've imagined that we have roughly the same day on Dec 25, give or take a few extra relatives, chocolate Matchsticks, garish...

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: “Uplifting and emotional, ‘Becoming Electra: A Queer Mitzvah’ at OFS caught me by...

"'There’s one life and no return or deposit” is a line that lingers in my mind" Electra is wearing fairy lights and...

REVIEW: Sexy, sassy and sticking it to the sovereign. SIX The Musical will scorch...

"I'd see that again anytime. I loved it. Absolutely loved it," my teenage daughter told me, uncharacteristically jubilant. We'd all given it...

REVIEW: Puss in Boots takes you to 1950s London via EastEnders, Only Fools and...

“Mummy what does ‘ipnotist mean’?” my daughter whispered as King Rat, the East End baddie threatened Chipping Norton Theatre’s audience, accompanied by much booing and...
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