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Friday 20 January
An access-all-areas backstage pass into the Madness frontman’s mind. Join Suggs as he attempts to unravel the mysteries of his own life.
Friday 3 February
Oxford Playhouse's Resident Company, Shared Experience, is delighted to invite you to join its Chair, Joan Bakewell, for an afternoon of conversation.
Friday 2 March
For this exclusive Friday at 5pm, Matthew is interviewed by Lyndsey Winship, Dance Editor of Time Out about his career to date: 25 years of his company, New Adventures, and his exciting new show, Early Adventures, which tours to the Playhouse in June.
Friday 20 April
Raymond joins us to talk about his life at Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons and his love for Oxford, and to take questions from the audience.
Friday 27 April
Oxford Playhouse Resident Company Shared Experience is delighted to invite you to join Maureen Lipman CBE for an afternoon of conversation about her extensive career on stage and screen and her new book: I Must Collect Myself: Choice Cuts from a Long Shelf-Life.
Friday 11 May
Professor Stanley Wells and Dr Paul Edmondson talk about good, bad and ugly Shakespeare productions, before answering questions about the great playwright.
Friday 18 May
John will be talking about his career with a host of anecdotes, before taking questions from the audience.
Friday 14 September
Join two of the titans of English cricket - Peter Baxter and Henry Blofeld - for a side-splitting Friday at 5pm full of memories from the Test Match Special commentary box.
Friday 12 October
This year’s Charles Simonyi Lecture is given by Luc Steels and asks can machines be creative enough to invent their own language?
Wednesday 24 October
Join children’s poet Kit Wright and renowned cartoonist Posy Simmonds live on stage. While Kit performs his poems, Posy will illustrate them for all to watch on a large screen, before sharing techniques for children to try at home.
Sunday 4 November
TEDxOxford is organised by University of Oxford students, aiming to bring together the young minds of tomorrow’s world with the movers and shakers of today.
Sunday 18 November
Helen and Douglas House presents a second night of Full Circle, the ‘tag’ chat show in which well-known names and faces conduct a series of interviews and discussions in a chain formation. This year's line-up includes Sheila Hancock, BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz, Anthony Horowitz and Dr Emily Harrop.
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