REVIEW: Second World War setting for Opera Anywhere’s Hansel and Gretel triumphs in Sunningwell

The innovative Opera Anywhere – now approaching its 20thanniversary – has come up trumps again with this lovely production of Hansel and Gretel, Humperdinck’s operatic version...

REVIEW: Licence to thrill – Creation goes from strength to strength with Don Quixote...

Where to start with Don Quixote in Oxford’s Covered Market? Perhaps as Creation does with a man urinating into a saucepan, an instant reminder that...

REVIEW: Last chance to see the brilliant Romeo & Juliet at Blenheim’s Rose Theatre

THE PRIZE MUST GO TO A DAZZLING JULIET, PLAYED SO SPELLBINDINGLY BY ELLA DUNLOP

Review: Toast opens at Oxford Playhouse fresh from the West End….with free sweets. It’s...

Having been previously berated, and rightly so, for snacking noisily during theatrical performances, to then be presented with not just a handful of retro pick ‘n’ mix...

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: Sex, drugs and a VW camper van. Little Miss Sunshine – the musical...

The irony of Little Miss Sunshine is that as a musical it does work. The whole wonderful story pans out in full technicolor glory, the...

REVIEW: FAIRIES, MAGIC AND A SUPERB BOTTOM! A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Blenheim Palace’s...

The mid-summer weather may well have tried it’s hardest to turn Shakespeare’s joyous and much-loved comedy of twinkly fairy magic and poetic sweetness into more...

Review: Why going to see Wuthering Heights is an absolute must!

“That was absolutely outstanding,” the man behind me remarked in amazement, as we filed out of Wadham College Gardens into the quad.

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: TRUCK KICKS OFF WITH RAUCOUS SET FROM POST PUNK HEADLINERS – SLAVES

Thursday at Truck was all about the post-punk headliners Slaves, a two-piece boyband from the garden of England. And in the sweltering...
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