Chinese New Year Festival Show

Chinese New Year Festival Show

April 2019
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17|25 Young Company April to July 17|25 Young Company April to July & Brawn
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Smack That (A Conversation)
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Oxford Gospel Choir
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A Noisy Holiday
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Hey Diddle Diddle
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Come and join the celebrations as Chinese New Year returns to Oxford Playhouse with some thrilling new acts.

Touring across the country to celebrate the biggest festive event on the Chinese calendar, Chinese New Year Festival Show is a festive spectacle showcasing the best of Chinese performing arts.

From the daring stunts of Chinese acrobatics to the magnificent 18-metre long Dragon Dance, and more, this is a colourful party of Chinese cultural tradition.

Not to be missed.

Duration: 2 hours with interval

Book Tickets

Confucius Institute at Oxford Brookes University

Full Circle and Enjoy get 25% off a pair of tickets.

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    Fri 13 - Sat 14 Sep

    Ten acrobats take us on a stirring journey of what it means to be human, and of how our bodies, our connections, and our aspirations all form part of who we are. Exploring the physical limits of their bodies as they are pushed to the extreme they question how much we can take as humans. How much weight can we carry? Who can we trust to support our load? They lead us to reflect on our li...

  • In the Summer Term, the 17|25 Young Company will rehearse a selection of short plays written for the company by participants on our Young Play Writers course. Performances will take place in the Burton Taylor Studio from Tue 9 to Thu 11 Jul, as a mixed bill – Playmaker Performed – with the 12|16 Young Company. To find out more information about 17|25 young...

  • Brawn

    Wed 24 Apr

    Ryan lives in a world consumed by image and obsession, where selfworth is measured in muscle mass and self-improvement becomes self-destruction. Written and performed by Christopher Wollaton, Brawn is a raw, emotional play exploring a young man’s isolating battle with body image, male identity and the cost of perfection.

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