I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue Monday 13th December 2010 £21 – £25 Following sell-out tours in 2007, 2008 and 2009, BBC Radio’s multi award-winning antidote to panel games starts an all-new touring stage show for 2010/2011, coming to the New Theatre Oxford in December. Join Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Jeremy Hardy and host Jack Dee for an unmissable evening of inspired nonsense. Colin Sell provides piano accompaniment.
News from , Oxford Playhouse theatre – great live performance; the very best drama, dance, music, comedy, family work.Now in its 8th year and back by popular demand, The Children’s Bookshow returns to Oxford Playhouse on Wednesday 22 September. Join us for a celebration of the tales that shape us, wherever we may live.
Come & let down your hair this Christmas with Creation’s new Rapunzel ! Creation Theatre Company’s Christmas show this year will be Rapunzel – or the Magic Pig to be performed once again in the wonderful 100 year old Mirror Tent. The company is this year celebrating its 10th year at Mini Plant Oxford with performances from 26 November to 15 January. Press night will be Thursday 2 December.
Award winning company Dancing Brick bring the funny and touching story of ice dancers in a world without ice. 6.0 How Heap and Pebble Took on the World and Won plays at the Burton Taylor Studio from Thursday 7 to Saturday 9 October.
Where better to stage T. S. Eliot’s masterpiece, Murder In The Cathedral, than in Oxford’s spectacular Christ Church Cathedral in the stained light of the Becket window. This sell-out production is the latest atmospheric treat from Oxford Playhouse’s Plays Out programme playing to lucky ticket holders from Wednesday 13 to Saturday 16 October.
Venue: The North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford Dates: Friday 8 – Saturday 9 October 2010 Tickets: £12, £10 concessions, £5 students Box Office: 01865 319450 or http://www.thenorthwall.com “All the money went and there was nothing to buy food with. So Mothers and Fathers tried to find things they could get rid of, things that ate, things that drank or things that needed to be kept warm. The dogs went first”. Oxford’s most exciting new theatre venue, an award-winning 240-seat theatre converted from a Victorian swimming pool. Programmes original contemporary
BIRMINGHAM REPERTORY THEATRE A National Theatre production The Habit Of Art By Alan Bennett Directed by Nicholas Hytner Benjamin Britten, sailing uncomfortably close to the wind with his new opera, Death in Venice, seeks advice from his former collaborator and friend, W H Auden. During this imagined meeting, their first for twenty-five years, they are observed and interrupted by, amongst others, their future biographer and a young man from the local bus station.
With the schools back, half term is already approaching fast! But there’s no need to wonder what to do with the kids with the return of Oxford Playhouse’s popular Half Term Holiday Workshops. Four workshops offer something for everyone, running from Monday 25 to Friday 29 October.