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Welcome to Oxford Playhouse and the Burton Taylor Studio

We hope that your visit to us will be most enjoyable. Here's some information to help your journey go smoothly.

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Parking information for Oxford City centre

Please note that there are traffic restrictions in Oxford city centre from 7.30am to 6.30pm. Maps are available from the Ticket Office showing city centre access routes. Oxford can be busy, so please allow plenty of time to travel. Unfortunately it is not possible to admit latecomers until an interval or suitable break in the performance.

 

The Burton Taylor Studio is just round the corner from Oxford Playhouse, the Studio opens 30 minutes before a performance where tickets (if available) and light refreshments can be purchased on the door. Prior to that, you can purchase tickets from Oxford Playhouse’s Ticket Office just round the corner. 

The auditorium is situated on the second floor of the Burton Taylor Studio, accessed via two flights of stairs. We have a stair climber for wheelchair users. If you would like to use this facility please book at least 2 days in advance 01865 305305.

Park and Ride

There are 5 Park and Ride bus services in the centre, all of which run from Oxford centre until around 11pm (note: for Water Eaton the city2 replaces the Park and Ride after 7pm).

The Park and Rides are clearly signposted as you enter the city. For further information please visit the Park and Ride website.

Bus and Coach

The Playhouse is a two-minute walk from the city's main Bus and Coach Station, which is situated in Gloucester Green. The Bus Station hosts two companies with direct services to and from London Victoria as well as services to Heathrow, Gatwick and stations throughout the United Kingdom.

The following links may be used for further bus and coach information:

Train

Oxford Playhouse is a ten-minute walk from Oxford Railway Station. Oxford Station is on a direct line from London Paddington (1hr) and Birmingham New Street (1hr 20min) - connecting to stations nationwide. Oxford Parkway Station connects to Bicester Village (10 mins) or London Marylebone (1hr), with regular Park and Ride buses running to Oxford City Centre (25mins).

The following links may be used for further rail information:

 

If you are visiting the Playhouse then you may be interested in our visual stories, visual resources designed to be of help to children or young adults with Autism and Aspergers Syndromes. A visual story for Oxford Playhouse for use with relaxed performances is available here while one for the Burton Taylor Studio can be found here.

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Hey Diddle Diddle Online Hey Diddle Diddle Online & Do You Love Me Yet?
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Do You Love Me Yet? Do You Love Me Yet? & Take Up Space
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Do You Love Me Yet?
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Inua Ellams: Search Party
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The Believers Are But Brothers
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Do You Love Me Yet? Do You Love Me Yet? & The DragProv Revue
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Russell Brand: Brand-emic
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Hey Diddle Diddle Online
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Mothers Who Make Online Mothers Who Make Online & The House Never Wins
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The House Never Wins
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My Name is Why: In Conversation...
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Kaleidoscope Concert Kaleidoscope Concert & Under The Mask
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Under The Mask
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Hey Diddle Diddle Online
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Rich Kids: A History of Shopping...
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Rich Kids: A History of Shopping...
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Amrou Al-Kadhi: Life As A Unicorn
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Sound Stories Sound Stories & Oxford's Christmas Light Festival
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Oxford's Christmas Light Festival Oxford's Christmas Light Festival & Michael Spicer: The Room Next Door...
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Oxford's Christmas Light Festival
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Hey Diddle Diddle Online
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Knit & Natter Online
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The Gift of Winter: A Lyngo...
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The Gift of Winter: A Lyngo... The Gift of Winter: A Lyngo... & Comedy Club
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