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...

REVIEW: “A harrowing but unmissable ride.” The Lovely Bones will have you on the...

There was an unusual air of expectation at Oxford Playhouse last night as we waited for Lovely Bones to begin.  We knew...

REVIEW: Jack Savoretti bares his soul to his wife live at the New Theatre...

Jack Savoretti's night at New Theatre Oxford, as part of his 'Singing to Strangers' tour, left quite an impression. Disarmingly intimate throughout, thanks to his...

REVIEW: “Bring your own couch to hide behind,” for Oxford Theatre Guild’s Pinocchio at...

It’s Pinocchio, but not as we know it: Oxford Theatre Guild’s retelling of this beloved classic at OFS this week is not quite so child...

REVIEW: Margaret Atwood on Brexit, influencing, the handbag’s tale and other stories at The...

Praise be! The iconic Margaret Atwood came to New Theatre Oxford to celebrate the release of The Testaments, released 34 years after The Handmaid’s Tale....

REVIEW: Why Stick Man at Oxford Playhouse is “a must see for any family”...

Stick Man has been a favourite book in our house for a few years now. Written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler, it is a...

MUSIC REVIEW: Why SQUEEZE is still taking you on a ride to remember, 40...

SQUEEZE – The Difford & Tillbrook Songbook Tour 2019 Many years ago, a 17 year old, spotty youth was thrilled to see...
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