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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...

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...

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...

BOOK NOW: ‘It’s a very funny play’ OTG’s 1920s take on The Importance of...

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"At the moment people want escapism, and The Importance of Being Earnest is a very funny play. It needs to be a crowd pleaser to fill the...

REVIEW: ‘A first class affair’ Oxfordshire Youth Music Theatre’s ‘Anything Goes’ is ‘a slick,...

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Far be it from me to go overboard with praise, but Oxfordshire Youth Music Theatre’s latest production can only be described as a first-class affair. Putting on the...

REVIEW: Rapturous laughter, raucous stories, and a touch of saxophone – Half Cut Theatre’s...

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From the weathered pages of Geoffrey Chaucer’s 14th century work comes to life a wickedly smart four-handed reworking of The Canterbury Tales, proving once again the timelessness...

REVIEW: ‘A deserved sellout’ The Welsh National Opera brings Benjamin Britten’s Death in Venice...

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The Welsh National Opera proved their world class status this week with two very different works: Benjamin Britten’s Death in Venice and Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte -...

REVIEW: ‘Go and see this production with an open mind, but go nonetheless’ Macbeth...

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As soon as Lady Macbeth picks up her phone to receive a video-message from her elated and victorious husband, babbling about three fortune-telling witches he’s just met,...
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