Mon 1 Jan 0001 - Sun 21 Apr 2019,
17|25 Young Company.
Part of the Oxford Chamber Music Festival
Covers all 4 4th SJE Arts Next Generation Events
Covers all 10 Piano Series Events.
Oxford Coffee Concert
Oxford Coffee Concerts
7th SJE Arts International Piano Series
Unwrap a world of imagination with Oily Cart’s mischievous, wintery show for under fives.
When Inspector Goole arrives unexpectedly at the Birling family home, their peaceful dinner party is shattered...
A Show for Wildlife Enthusiasts
Join Marcus du Sautoy and a specially invited guest lecturer for this year's Simonyi lecture.
Oxford Welsh Male Voice Choir's Annual Concert
The showing off must go on
A two-day workshop
One-night stands are awkward. One-night stands with animals are even more awkward.
One day. Six cities. A thousand stories.
Beautiful beasts and where to find them…
Violin Soloist Bojan Cicic Conductor Edward Higginbottom
Have your child's party at Oxford Playhouse and celebrate with a trip to the theatre!
Full of richly melodic and dramatic music.
Merton College Girls’ Choir
4th SJE Arts Next Generation Series
Conductor Jacques Cohen
Sachiko Furuhata plays Chopin
All-round entertainer, Count Arthur Strong comes to Oxford Playhouse.
Pianist Eve Egoyan and Violinist Gascia Ouzounian
Oxford Operatic Society return to Oxford Playhouse
The Curious Parcel is a new subscription box that brings a little bit of theatre magic to your living room.
Featuring a number of new opera ‘shorts’
Haydn Beethoven & Sibelius
Seventeenth century Lute Music
“Do you think they hate me?”
“Of course they hate you. You’re a politician!”
10am & 11am for Under 5s / 12pm for Over 5s
They’re back at last!
Professional dancers from the North East
by Moira Buffini
One of Handel’s greatest oratorios, with stunning choruses.
Frantic Assembly return to the Playhouse...
A live show which combines image, music, dance-theatre and spoken word poetry
featuring Rachmaninoff and Musorgsky
with Schumann, Philips and Mahler works
Jason Byrne returns with his brand-new show, Wrecked But Ready.
Join the Jolly Christmas Postman on his final delivery of the year...
featuring Sonatas Nos. 5 & 6
with contemporaneous works
Mozart | Beethoven | Chopin
Will Kemp - celebrity comedian, superstar of the Elizabethan stage.
Danish Quartet of Recorder, Cello, Accordion and Guitar
Jeremy Huw Williams and Paula Fan
The world-famous novel on stage
In aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Musician-in-residence at Green Templeton College
Nostalgic, naughty and perfect for now.
The Bartholomew Consort
Before Romeo and Juliet, there was another secret love affair even more forbidden.
Britten Oboe Quartet
Lively and fast-moving choral works.
Various Venues - please check prior to booking.
Performed in Japanese with English Subtitles
Experience an utterly unique audio-walk through Oxford.
Abbey Road live with orchestra
Covers all 2019 OCMF Events (excludes film screening)
Medieval and Modern Songs
Frolics of Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire Mind and Jericho Comedy.
Beethoven & Tchaikovsky
The Piatti Quartet return to the JdP
This is an adaptation like no other...
The King of the podcasts, Richard Herring is going on the road...
Christmas music ranging from the Renaissance to the present day.
A Wise Children workshop with the Associate Director and Performer Stephanie Hockley from Malory Towers
Maggini String Quartet
Alasdair Beatson & Friends
Various Dates. Click through for more info.
A Midsummer Night's Dream & Twelfth Night
These Queens may have green sleeves but their lipstick is rebellious red.
Directed by Harry Christophers
Spotlight is for anyone aged 50 or over with an interest in theatre.
Oxford University students return to the Playhouse.
JdP’s featured artist Steven Isserlis
Stick Man comes to the Playhouse for the first time.
James Wilton Dance
A tragicomic and hypnotic explosion of film, movement and words.
Maria Włoszczowska violin Robert Max conductor
The Three Idle Women were forged by a shared love of the Oxford Canal and a fondness for close harmony singing.
Three Sisters is a play of thwarted potential.
A brand new show.
There’s a controversial new president in the White House, and racial tensions are on the rise.
Conductor Stephen Bell
JdP’s new ensemble-in-residence
Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story comes dramatically alive in Stephen Mallatratt’s ingenious stage adaptation.
by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn
Oxford Coffee Concert
Oxford Coffee Concerts
Schubert “Trout Quintet
September 22, 2019 at 11:15 Leonore Piano Trio
Beethoven: Piano Trio in E flat major, op 1 no 1
Beethoven: Piano Trio in D major, op 70 no 1 “Ghost”
Sun 22 Sep
With their diverse programmes, KOTTOS’ electrifying and eclectic performances are not to be missed. The players’ vibrant arrangements – often of dances and fo...
Thu 26 Sep
Hugely inspired by highly-acclaimed performances during the summer in the Occitan areas of France, the OXFORD TROBADORS return to their home base at the Holyw...
Sat 28 Sep