REVIEW “A blisteringly good stomp through my youth” ‘Bat Out Of Hell – The...

Cards on the table. I am a passionate Bat out of Hell fan. From teenage angst right up to my current loud, middle aged kitchen discos, the...

REVIEW: Poohs, farts, groping and illicit drinking. Groan Ups at Oxford Playhouse has “moments...

"I tell you what, that Chemise was legendary" my husband commented as we walked back to the car after watching Groan Ups at the Oxford...

REVIEW: ‘The prolonged standing ovation was charged with emotion.’ Blood Brothers at the New...

Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers has gained legendary status in the world of theatre, so you know you're in treat before you’ve even sat down in...

REVIEW: Tudor sass with an attitude! SIX the musical is back as the royal...

It's a week of spectacular colour and pageantry in Oxford's theatreland this week as SIX the musical returns to Oxford. While Priscilla...

Review: Waterperry Opera Festival’s The Elixir of Love is ‘a fabulous production’ delivered with...

The Waterperry Opera Festival opened on Thursday evening with Donizetti’s sparkling comedy The Elixir of Love, delivered with the kind of energy, fun and inventiveness that...

REVIEW: ‘the future looks bright’ for GOYA after sell out world premiere of Smart...

The North Wall's ability to transform its flexible space to accommodate the needs of each production it hosts is always impressive. Hosting Smart Casual: A...

REVIEW: “The most enchanting and captivating 45 minutes of escapism” Take your children to...

After being dispatched to the picturesque Sunnymead Meadow to watch Creation Theatre’s outdoor performance of The Wind in the Willows, my nine year old and...

REVIEW: “I strongly recommend that you go” Oxford Theatre Guild brings ‘As You Like...

Oxford Theatre Guild has seized the opportunity to entertain us outdoors by putting on an excellent production of William Shakespeare’s pastoral comedy ‘As You Like...

REVIEW: Like being scared out of your wits? Then The Woman In Black –...

I kept looking over my shoulder all the way back to my car, the dark shadows and night-time silence unnerving, waiting subconsciously for the sound...

REVIEW: BLINDNESS: “An enthralling experience” at Oxford Playhouse or a nightmare on Beaumont Street?

Finally, the Oxford Playhouse is open again! And to welcome us back they have something a little different in store - a fully immersive tale...
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