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‘I’m chomping at the bit’ Famous clown Tweedy on taking a break from Giffords...

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"it's not really massive. It's quite little really. You can actually see people's faces in the tent which is nice. But of course you can still expect...

REVIEW: Gregory Doran’s The Two Gentlemen of Verona at Oxford Playhouse is ‘a superb...

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More than a youthful romp in Shakespeare’s corpus, Gregory Doran’s production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona breathes new life into the early Elizabethan comedy. Doran, after 35 years...

Join Chippy Theatre’s epic 50th celebrations of big names, premieres, feasts, cabaret, performance tours,...

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2024 is the 50th year of The Theatre Chipping Norton, and it's celebrating in style with Life Begins at 50 - an incredible programme of electrifying, novel,...

REVIEW: Creation ‘thrillingly shunts George Orwell’s tragically inevitable tale Animal Farm into the 21st...

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From the off, Creation Theatre’s current production of George Orwell’s Animal Farm not only retains a gripping sense of unease, but thrillingly shunts the tragically inevitable original...

REVIEW: ‘Buckle up sluts, Mamma’s goin’ fishing’ Why you MUST SEE the brilliant, filthy...

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There is absolutely no doubt that new, headline-grabbing musical Unfortunate - The Untold Story Of Ursula The Sea Witch on at Oxford Playhouse all week, will be...

‘Our biggest and best yet’ Dorchester Festival’s family-friendly line-up of famous headliners, concerts, events,...

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It's easy to see why tickets to Dorchester Festival are selling out so fast with the likes of the world famous choral group The Tallis Scholars, Come &...

MUST SEE: Netflix star Shawna Hamic on new, queer, hit musical ‘Unfortunate – The...

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The reviews for new, queer, hit musical 'Unfortunate - The Untold Story Of Ursula The Sea Witch' have been extraordinary since it opened at Southwark Playhouse in...

EUROPEAN PREMIERE: Creation’s Animal Farm by top playwright Vanessa Badham at Summertown’s United Reformed...

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Picture this if you can, the United Reformed Church in Summertown packed with locals, all dressed in black and white, wearing baseball caps that say 'Make Animal...

REVIEW: “AN AMUSING AND FUN NIGHT OUT” OTG’S THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST IS...

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It was such a pleasure to revisit the Oscar Wilde classic The Importance Of Being Earnest with all its memorable asides at Oxford Playhouse last night, brought...

REVIEW: ‘Everything I wanted from an opera’ English Touring Opera’s Rake’s Progress hits Oxford...

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English Touring Opera brought The Rake’s Progress and Puccini’s Manon Lescaut to Oxford Playhouse this week. In her programme notes, Director Polly Graham appropriately describes Stravinsky’s ‘The Rake’s...
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