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REVIEW: The Dresser starring Matthew Kelly and Julian Clary is at Oxford Playhouse ’til...

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The irony wasn't lost on us, a masked audience watching a play about bombs raining down on a theatre during the Blitz in 1942... the show must...

REVIEW: The vocals, the set, the hair! Don’t miss ‘We Will Rock You The...

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Throw together the hilarious author, playwright and stand-up Ben Elton with the music of one of the world's most famous rock bands Queen, and you're bound to...

REVIEW: ‘Simply ripping’ What would you do for love? Somerset Maugham’s The Circle brings...

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What would you do for love? Would you leave your husband or wife, lover, partner? Abandon your home and children? Relinquish your security, social standing, money and...

Never mind Nefertiti, there’s a new Queen in town! Ed Scrivens talks Egyptology and...

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"It’s so important to have opportunities for laughter when the world feels grim," observes Ed Scrivens, one half of the improvised comedy duo Dragprov. As Eaton Messe, alongside co-conspirator...

INTERVIEW: ‘I will survive’. Jason Donovan on Priscilla Queen of the Desert and Oxford’s...

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It will be a massive deal when Priscilla Queen of the Desert opens at Oxford's New Theatre on Monday August 23. Because not only does Jason Donovan produce...

REVIEW: BLINDNESS: “An enthralling experience” at Oxford Playhouse or a nightmare on Beaumont Street?

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Finally, the Oxford Playhouse is open again! And to welcome us back they have something a little different in store - a fully immersive tale of a...

REVIEW: Sometimes the best things in life are free. Sprinting around ‘Oxford Open Doors’...

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Oxford Open Doors was proof that sometimes the best things in life are free

Jonny & The Baptists take new comedy show Love You & Hate Covid on...

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Last year, multi-award-nominated musical-comedy-silly-arses Jonny & the Baptists made a new show about love and their friendship. After a critically acclaimed Edinburgh run they toured Love You...

WORLD PREMIERE: Trapped on an island, it’s life or death! Creation’s ‘Boatman Town’ hits...

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In an exciting twist, Oxford's Creation Theatre Company's latest production Boatman Town can be enjoyed from the comfort of some of Oxford's best watering holes. Acclaimed poet and...

Madama Butterfly and Aida ‘delivered in spades’ at Oxford’s New Theatre followed by Ukrainian...

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Stupendous, stunning, spectacular - all the things we’ve come to expect from Ellen Kent productions over the past four decades, and the performances of Madama Butterfly and Aida...
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