‘An absolute triumph!’ Robin Hood at Oxford Playhouse is ‘the perfect way to sprinkle...

The waves of excitement were palpable as we took our seats to watch this year's Robin Hood. It's been too long since...

REVIEW: “It’s all about the music” Jersey Boys at Oxford’s New Theatre all week...

It is all about the music at Jersey Boys, on now at Oxford's New Theatre until Saturday. Giving us the story of...

REVIEW: ‘Not for the faint-hearted’: Brilliant award-winning play Blue Orange at Oxford Playhouse is...

Award-winning, controversial, hard-hitting - just three of the adjectives which enticed me to Oxford Playhouse last night to see Blue Orange which runs until Saturday....

Review: “Heartfelt, heart-breaking and witty, Persephone is one to watch” at Oxford Playhouse until...

Jazz Hands Productions' adaption of Persephone at Oxford Playhouse is no traditional retelling of the popular Greek tragedy but instead combines folklore, mythology and the...

Review: “Beg, borrow or steal but go” WNO’s new production of Puccini’s Madam Butterfly,...

Beg, borrow or steal but go . . . The Welsh National Opera’s new production of Puccini’s Madam Butterfly, at Oxford's New Theatre tonight and...

REVIEW: The Good Life is at Oxford Playhouse all week but does it still...

Despite being set in the present day, with programme notes about sourdough, WFH (working from home), the gig economy and allotments to keep us in...

REVIEW: “A brilliant theatrical experience”: Riverdance – The New 25th Anniversary Show is at...

Having grown-up when the founder Michael Flatley rose to fame in the 90’s, and being of Irish decent myself, Riverdance and Irish dancing was always...

REVIEW “A blisteringly good stomp through my youth” ‘Bat Out Of Hell – The...

Cards on the table. I am a passionate Bat out of Hell fan. From teenage angst right up to my current loud, middle aged kitchen discos, the...

REVIEW: Poohs, farts, groping and illicit drinking. Groan Ups at Oxford Playhouse has “moments...

"I tell you what, that Chemise was legendary" my husband commented as we walked back to the car after watching Groan Ups at the Oxford...

REVIEW: ‘The prolonged standing ovation was charged with emotion.’ Blood Brothers at the New...

Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers has gained legendary status in the world of theatre, so you know you're in treat before you’ve even sat down in...
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