Review: “Truly a shared experience.” Why Creation’s Alice is leading the way in live...

Given that Lewis Carroll’s Alice stories - Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass -  were written in Oxford, it seems highly appropriate that the Oxford based Creation Theatre Company has...

REVIEW: Get in quick for last week of The Luna Drive In Cinema experience...

The sun was just going down when we arrived at Blenheim Palace, an hour before our film kicked off, ready to get settled in, find...

REVIEW: Creation’s virtual Time Machine takes you away from lockdown on a “surreal, psychedelic...

I imagine that during this lockdown most of us have wanted to escape from our isolation and either return to the past or fly into...

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...

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: If you only see one thing this year make sure it’s ‘Pride and...

Pride and Prejudice is a sacred text, not to be trivialised, messed with, badly adapted or patronised. So news that an...

REVIEW: “Oxford Opera Company is already proving to be a real asset to the...

Review: La Boheme - Oxford Opera Company Following an outstandingly successful Carmen last year, Oxford Opera Company headed back to the Oxford Playhouse at the...

REVIEW: The vocals, the set, the hair! Don’t miss ‘We Will Rock You The...

Throw together the hilarious author, playwright and stand-up Ben Elton with the music of one of the world's most famous rock bands Queen, and you're...

REVIEW: Laurence Fox at The Bullingdon “I’m increasingly intolerant of intolerance”

I had no idea what to expect when arriving at his gig at The Bullingdon on Cowley Road - banners, mobs, placards, Union Jacks, a weeping Lozza?

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...
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