Through regular engagement, and bespoke activities, Oxford Playhouse partners with local and regional organisations and charities throughout the year, to ensure that everyone has a chance to be creative.

Working with communities who often feel under-represented, and those who may need to access creativity in an adapted way, our community projects look to empower people across all of Oxfordshire.

Community Tickets

Every year, Oxford Playhouse pledges to give away up to 2,000 free tickets to local community groups and charities.

To facilitate this, we have set up the Oxford Playhouse Community Tickets Membership Scheme.

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KEEN Drama Workshops

Our FREE, inclusive drama workshops return for the Autumn Term at KEEN, St Clement’s Centre, Oxford.

Accessible to disabled and non-disabled participants aged 11+, these weekly drop-in sessions provide a supportive opportunity for people of all ages and abilities to have fun and be expressive through performance. Each term, participants build bold characters and explore imaginary worlds, in preparation for an exciting performance to family and friends at the end of term.

For more information and to book a place, email [email protected]

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Tea Talks

Initially launched during the pandemic, our Tea Talks project brought together later-in-life participants from around Oxfordshire, sharing memories and stories through weekly phone calls and create radio play projects.

This year, we are hosting free creative activities, as part of our Tea Talks Social Thursday events.

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Sound Stories

In association with MyVision Oxfordshire, our Sound Stories workshops are now available to download and join in with online.

Tailored to ignite enthusiasm for inventing new stories by creating and recording sounds and words, each themed audio workshop takes children away from their computer screens to a calm corner of their home or classroom, where they can really tune into their imagination and thoughts. Workshops take participants through the development of their own story, using dialogue, sounds and everyday objects to build the worlds created by imagination.

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