REVIEW: A perfect digital Dorian? “The Picture Of Dorian Gray is a riveting and...

If director Tamara Harvey's intention was to bring The Picture Of Dorian Gray kicking and screaming into the 21st century, then it succeeds instantly.

Review: Oxford Lieder’s Weekend of Song was “quite simply glorious” and is still available...

If there were awards for making a virtue out of necessity, then Oxford Lieder would surely be in the running for the top prize.

REVIEW: Creation’s Grimm Tales for Fragile Times and Broken People is a “deliciously dark...

As Grimm Tales for Fragile Times and Broken People, the latest innovative digital production from Creation Theatre, began on Saturday night we were encouraged to...

REVIEW: “Keep on following your own brick road.” Why Creation’s Wonderful Wizard Of Oz...

There is a wonderful moment in Creation's Wonderful Wizard Of Oz when the cameras span the virtual audience while looking for Dorothy's dog Toto, and...

ILLUMINATED TRAIL: THE BEST YET! Why Blenheim’s 2020 Christmas Lights are the ultimate festive...

I've got to take my hat off to Blenheim and expert light specialists Raymond Gubbay for coming up with such a stunning, exciting and emotive...

REVIEW: There’s still time to catch the ‘wonderfully emotive’ The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk...

"I first saw The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk at the Oxford Playhouse in 2018, in a world that seems entirely different from the one we...

REVIEW: Do You Love Me Yet? at Oxford Playhouse is live, bold, intimate, uncomfortable...

Despite getting the full low down on Do You Love Me Yet?, the brand new digital show being brought to us this week by Oxford...

REVIEW: How The Black Boy in Headington became the heart of the community

The Black Boy in Headington already has an extensive history, and during lockdown new owners Samantha and Simon Stonehouse have added to its backstory by...

REVIEW: Positive Note’s Autumn Sessions “is an unmissable treat.” Catch the mini classical music...

Positive Note’s Autumn Sessions series, which launched last weekend, is an unmissable treat. This mini-festival of online, nature-themed concerts was put...

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...
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