Mon 1 Jan 0001 - Sat 28 Oct 2017,
Award-winning comedian Samantha Baines presents a sell-out show that's science meets funny.
A new company for anyone aged 40+ with an enthusiasm to explore classic and contemporary plays on their feet.
Oxford Coffee Concerts
Dancin' Oxford 2018
An enchanting story full of music, puppetry and one very special penguin.
Passiontide at Merton
Join us for an evening with a political legend whose commitment to making a difference has created real change throughout Britain.
Jubilate Chamber Choir with Berkeley Sinfonia
Part of the SJE International Piano Series 2018
The story of how a nation raised their voices in protest.
Natalie Clein, Alexander Janiczek, Dan Edgar, James Boyd and Instruments of Time and Truth.
Bach, Before and After.
Jubilate Chamber Choir
Join the Edinburgh Fringe’s favourite housewife Barbara Nice for an evening of proper good fun.
2018 Keble Early Music Festival
One of the great choral masterpieces.
Bilal Zafar is a 2016 Best Newcomer nominee and Hackney Empire New Act of the Year winner.
Federico García Lorca’s dramatic exploration of the passions that turn rational creatures into irrational ones – humans into animals.
Part of the New Writing festival.
Dancin' Oxford 2018
Victoria, Morales and Guerrero
Join us for a pirate, pussycat and rat-packed panto party.
Part of the New Writing festival
Eight teenagers scramble to cover up the consequences of an evening gone wrong, forced by their lie to stick together. But the guilt isn’t going away...
Actress and singer Sarah Gabriel explores the fascinating and conflicted life of American writer and poet Dorothy Parker.
An AA meeting in a small US town descends into bitterness and chaos when a flood hits. Trapped within the local church, tempers escalate and well-buri...
Dr K. Sextet's stories draw on an eclectic mix of composers from around the world.
Oxford Symphony Orchestra, Magdalene Ho Piano, Robert Max Conductor.
If your child enjoys creating and telling imaginative tales then they’ll love this magical day.
Kneehigh’s The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk comes to Oxford after selling out at London’s Globe Theatre...
Part of the Cushion Concert Series.
Join us to see Roald Dahl’s treasured tale brought to phizz-whizzing life!
Join us for two marvellous days of fun and folly exploring the wondrous world of storyteller Roald Dahl.
An interactive performance for babies aged 0 to 18 months and their grown-ups.
The award-winning Musical Youth Company of Oxford presents an exciting new production of the groundbreaking rock opera Godspell.
A critically-acclaimed, explosive drama and “ambitious and vivid” (★★★★ Stage) show.
Join comedian Deborah Frances-White for her comedy podcast, recorded in front of a live audience.
Summertown Choral Society
SJE Arts Next Generation Series 2018 - Folklore
Haydn: Nelson Mass & Handel: Dixit Dominus
In music full of vitality, colour and humour, Haydn evokes seasonal changes in nature and village life.
Critics’ Circle Award-winner Lucy Kirkwood brings the enigmatic Hedda into the modern world...
The Bull Hotel, Peterborough
7 of the finest collegiate a cappella groups that the UK has to offer.
SJE Arts Next Generation Series 2018 - Badinage
Playwright Lucy Kirkwood will be appearing in conversation with Professor Kirsten Shepherd-Barr.
A celebration of International Women's Day curated by cellist Natalie Clein.
One of the world’s oldest recorded stories is given new life.
SJE Arts Next Generation Series 2018
Jenni Murray draws together the lives of twenty-one women to shed light upon British history.
This haunting tale of friendship follows one man’s journey to confront his past and find redemption.
Works by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven & Jeremy Thurlow
A re-telling of a classical Greek myth.
Join us as we tell the life story of a very special leaf in this warm, intimate and playful new piece for under 3s.
OTG returns to the Playhouse with this striking production of a classic...
Emma Rice’s "exquisite" (Telegraph) production comes to Oxford Playhouse following its critically acclaimed premiere at Shakespeare’s Globe.
Electric with suspense and with a shocking twist, an edge-of-your-seat thriller by the UK’s greatest crime writer.
2018 Keble Early Music Festival
The new show from Mark Steel, the creator of the hit Radio 4 series Mark Steel’s In Town.
One of the most exciting and inventive Shakespeare productions of recent years.
A multi-disciplinary presentation of three new works that stretch the synthetic possibilities of music and dance.
Škampa String Quartet
The top fact-finding Elves from TV’s QI bring you an evening of the most bizarre, extraordinary and hilarious facts known to man.
A mix of theatre and stand-up comedy, Not Yet Suffragette explores how not far women’s rights have come since winning the Vote...
At the forefront of Oxford Playhouse’s year-long celebration marking 100 years since women won the vote comes On the March...
One Small Step returns to the BT for a fast, furious and full throttled trip to the moon!
One of Shakespeare’s strangest and most heartrending plays.
Olivier Award-winning smash hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong returns to Oxford for another calamitous week!
A humorous exploration of the world young people find themselves in, using spoken word, music and audience participation.
Join Reginald D Hunter for "a provocative hour full of big laughs" (Guardian).
Part of the Liveness, Hybridity & Noise series
Rossini's late masterpiece paired with a selection of motets by Anton Bruckner.
Celebrating choral music housed in Oxford’s unparalleled collections.
SJE Arts Next Generation Series 2018 - O Radiant Dawn
As part of the Vote season, Oxford Playhouse presents an evening of works-in-progress from female-led companies.
Could this be the final curtain for the world’s greatest detective?
Jonathan Powell (piano)
Musician, writer and broadcaster Neil Brand, (BBC’s The Film Programme, Sound of Cinema, Music that made the Movies) welcomes you to the world of earl...
Part of the popular Cushion Concert Series at the JdP
A raucous hour like no other from this unapologetic, multi award-winning comedy powerhouse.
A traditional celebration of St David’s Day.
Cello & piano recital featuring the Rachmaninov Cello Sonata
A bold new revival of Tennessee Williams’ timeless masterpiece...
Oxford Student Company: Halfwit Theatre presents classic broadway musical Sweet Charity.
2018 Keble Early Music Festival
Helen Seymour admits you into a surreal hospital to create a funny, unique and powerful theatrical experience.
This wee wonder of a show is full of Lyngo magic
Oxford Opera Company presents Puccini's classic Tosca in Concert.
Unmade Beds, a new piece of student writing explores the tenderness, awkwardness and comedy of the morning after the night before.
John Godber’s award-winning comedy is given fingersmiths’ spin with a cast of Deaf and hearing actors using British Sign Language and spoken English.
Combining movement, imagery and provocative narratives, The Wedding is an emotionally charged and spectacular performance.
A new show about how everyone is only a few steps away from homelessness.
Don’t miss this major new revival of Terence Rattigan’s classic family drama...
After a record-breaking season at the West End (not to mention a similarly record-breaking run at the Playhouse in September 2017), The Wipers Times returns to Oxford.
An award-winning, one-woman show about a stolen childhood and growing up with a secret.
Part of the St Hilda's 125 Celebrations
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Composer talk with John Croft at 6pm
Soloists of Explore Ensemble (Taylor Maclennan: flutes, Deni Teo: cello) present the fantastical live electronic music of...
Wed 7 Feb
A conference day which culminates a series of three seminars, exploring this provocative question, 'What is Dance without an Audie...
Sat 3 Mar
Pre-concert talk at 6.45pm
Shostakovich wrote his massive cycle of 24 Preludes and Fugues Op. 87 in the space of only four months...
Fri 4 May