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Friday 17 - Friday 17 May
Dorfman Centre, St Peter's College OX1 2DL
Playhouse Plays Out
A show to see if you’ve ever stood on a rake. Or got locked in a shed. Or followed your inclination to experiment and ended up in A+E. Playhouse Plays Out at the Dorfman Centre, St Peter’s College.
Tuesday 14 - Saturday 18 May
This romantic comedy from Terence Rattigan lay undiscovered due to an accident of wartime Britain and has received incredible reviews from audiences and critics alike in this, its first production.
Wednesday 8 - Saturday 11 May
Oxfordshire Youth Music Theatre presents a magical journey to the land of Oz! Wicked Witches, powerful sorcerers, flying monkeys and colourful Munchkins are joined by Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion, in this timeless tale of self-discovery.
Saturday 4 May
Join The Oxford Revue as it unites with its biggest sketch comedy rivals, The Cambridge Footlights and The Durham Revue, for an evening of sharp satire, blistering one-liners, and side-splitting absurdity.
Friday 3 May
An irreverent, fast-paced romp through the Bard’s plays, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) is London’s longest-running West End comedy.
Friday 3 - Sunday 12 May
Osney Mill Marina, Mill Street OX2 0AN
Playhouse Plays Out
Join us at Osney Mill Marina Garage and enter a magical world of broken spokes, spare wheels and bicycle bells in this brand new Playhouse Plays Out production for children aged 5 to 8 and their families.
Thursday 2 May
Julian Clary's inimitable night of camp comedy and his search for love ... again. Climaxing with a marriage, live on stage, expect ruthless elimination games plus bridesmaids, clergymen, confetti and much more...
Tuesday 30 April - Wednesday 1 May
Described by the Times as “a choreographer for whom every dance is a love affair with his chosen music”, Richard Alston brings his company back to the Playhouse with a stunning mixed bill.
Wednesday 24 - Saturday 27 April
University of Oxford Student Company, The Oxford Spanish Play, brings an exciting new production of Pedro Calderón de la Barca’s masterpiece, Life is a Dream to the Playhouse stage.
Wednesday 17 - Saturday 20 April
Written by Kenneth Emson, winner of the 2012 Adrienne Benham Award and shortlisted candidate for the prestigious Bruntwood Prize 2011.
Monday 15 - Saturday 20 April
A hilariously funny and poignant take on one man’s enduring commitment to a dream. Starring Nichola McAuliffe, Julian Glover and Gay Soper.
Saturday 13 - Saturday 13 April
Join us as a small boy finds himself swept up and whisked away on an unforgettable journey with the wind.
Friday 12 April
Nick Pynn and Kate Daisy Grant bring their five-star, multi-award-winning music show to the BT studio for one night only.
Adapted from her book of children’s poetry, TV favourite Michaela Strachan takes families on a delightful journey through an alphabet jungle of animal rhymes.
Friday 12 - Friday 12 April
Barefoot Books, Summertown OX2 7ED
Playhouse Plays Out
This intimate theatre adaptation of Oliver Jeffers’ award-winning book is an exciting adventure for children aged 4 and over, and their grown-ups. Taking place at Barefoot Books, Summertown.
Thursday 11 April
With a line-up of ukeleles, guitars, banjoleles, kazoo, euphonium, pedal steel and vocals, The Honolulu Cowboys play traditional Hawaiian favourites mixed with jazz standards, pop hits and country classics.
Tuesday 9 - Wednesday 10 April
Join Clare Summerskill for a fast-moving, song-singing, side-splitting evening of comedy and music.
Tuesday 9 - Saturday 13 April
Master wordsmith Roger McGough dips his quill into a Molière classic in this mockery of manners and morals set amid 17th century French aristocracy.
Saturday 6 - Saturday 6 April
Join Eggy and Peggy The Pea, a rock-n-rolling raspberry, cha cha-ing carrots and a blue horse in this deliciously funny and original twist on The Princess And The Pea.
Friday 5 April
Returning to the BT, Monkey Poet brings two shows for the price of one...
Friday 5 - Saturday 6 April
Written by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy and choreographed by award-winner Liv Lorent, this enchanting new production combines beautiful movement, stunning costumes and original music.
Monday 1 - Wednesday 3 April
It’s the birthday of everyone’s favourite puppy! All Spot’s friends will be here: Steve the Monkey, Helen the Hippo and Tom the Crocodile plus Spot’s mum and dad, Sally and Sam, too.
Saturday 30 - Saturday 30 March
A magical playful show with breathtaking puppets, so enchanting that everyone will want to sail away with Arthur in his dream boat.
Box Office 01865 305305, Administration 01865 305300
Oxford Playhouse, Beaumont Street, Oxford, UK, OX1 2LW
Company No.2397373, Charity No.900039, VAT No.537166534