REVIEW: “Once a Trucker always a Trucker!” as Super Early Bird tickets released today...

It had been three years since Truck Festival had given us a weekend experience to remember so it was with a frothing anticipation that Truck...

The Globe’s Julius Caesar “kicks off in fine form” in beautiful riverside Rose Garden...

Outdoor performances in this country are always a gamble but who could have predicted the opening night of the Globe’s Julius Caesar in Oxford would...

REVIEW: ‘Not to be missed’ OTG’s The Tempest in Oxford University Parks ‘had us...

'Captured by Caliban, awed by Ariel' - the two spirits (played respectively and brilliantly by Mark Fiddaman and Niall McDaid) were the linchpins in Oxford...

REVIEW: “Literally breathtaking” Giffords Circus’ new show ¡Carpa! is a zesty slice of Mexican...

The Blenheim run of Giffords Circus sold out weeks before the cavalcade of gleaming crimson carriages rode into Woodstock, the lure of half term and...

REVIEW: Every child should see ‘Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World’ at Oxford...

What to expect from Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World? An educational run through of famous women in history? A predictable parade of heavily...

REVIEW: ‘So much more than a period piece of black history’ Catch The Mountaintop...

Passionate, provocative, funny, angry, rousing, moving - The Mountaintop by Katori Hall (herself from the southern States) imagines the final night of Dr Martin Luther...

REVIEW: 10/10. Why even the Austen purists are queueing up to see this modern...

I was scanning the faces outside Oxford Playhouse anxiously, trying to ascertain whether the purists had enjoyed the brave new adaption of Persuasion we'd enjoyed...

REVIEW: “What a joyful evening. Uniformly excellent. Please go!” Oxford Opera Company’s Magic Flute...

What a joyful evening! Mozart meets Pantomime in “The Magic Flirt” (oops, “Flute”), a bawdy take on this classic English-version opera, directed by Paul Carr.

REVIEW: “A very telling portrait of modern men” Catch The Wellspring at Oxford Playhouse...

Playwright Barney Norris, and his famous pianist and broadcaster father, David Owen Norris, curated their life stories during Covid lockdowns for this - The Wellspring...

REVIEW: Private Peaceful at Oxford Playhouse captures the futility and horror of war at...

The irony of watching a play that questions the futility of war wasn't lost on last night's Oxford Playhouse audience. Set in...
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