REVIEW: DAY 2 AT TRUCK – HUGE CROWDS FOR MERCURY NOMINEES IDLES, LEWIS CAPALDI...

Friday at Truck is when the festival fully kicks off, and although everyone arriving was unlucky to have missed an incredible Thursday evening, the...

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...

All hail Macbeth! What to expect at the new Rose Theatre, Blenheim Palace

Macbeth had big shoes to fill as he walked onstage fresh from the battlefields, clutching the Thane of Cawdor's head, to wreak havoc amongst the...

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: 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: With two standing ovations, Tim Minchin is ‘Back’, proving it’s never too late...

Tim Minchin is most certainly ‘Back’. Eight years since his last tour in the UK, he’s performing three sold out nights at the New Theatre,...

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: War Horse is back in Oxford, but is it as good this time...

Although The New Theatre has welcomed back the award-winning drama War Horse, having sold out last time around, expectations for the internationally acclaimed production, beloved...

REVIEW: Standing ovation at New Theatre as John Partridge “steals the show” in Cabaret...

Having never seen the film or previous stage productions, the opening night of Cabaret at the New Theatre is a show that will certainly stay...

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...
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