Mon 1 Jan 0001 - Sun 2 Dec 2018,
Aged 12 to 16 years with a passion for theatre?
Join our 17|25 Young Company.
This is a company for anyone aged 40+ with an enthusiasm to play and explore text on your feet.
Dancin' Oxford Festival 2019
Oxford Coffee Concert Series
Choros Conductor, Janet Lincé
Featuring Adrian Cox (clarinet) Play Jazz at Vespers
Stifled by life in middle-class India, Krishnan is desperate to see more of the world.
Part of SJE Arts 6th International Piano Series
Part of Passiontide at Merton 2019
‘When people can see you, they think they own you...’
Beautiful beasts and where to find them…
& American choral music
Leader: Catherine Leech / Piano: Anita d’Attellis / Conductor: Janet Lincé
Have your child's party at Oxford Playhouse and celebrate with a trip to the theatre!
The Edinburgh Fringe sell-out hit.
The Oxford debut concert of Opus48
Ryan lives in a world consumed by image and obsession, where selfworth is measured in muscle mass and self-improvement becomes self-destruction.
A razor sharp, muscular, hour long attack on work place politics.
Oxford Opera Company makes its debut at the Playhouse.
When the Cat in the Hat steps onto the mat, Sally and her brother are in for a rollercoaster ride of havoc and mayhem!
1924. The Paris Olympic Games. A devout Scottish Christian runs for the glory of God.
Join us in a world of buckets, castle building, spinning and tumbling in this delightful show for under 3s.
Meet Geeta, a Sri Lankan girl living in a British world.
A free event from the African Women Playwright's Network
All-round entertainer, Count Arthur Strong comes to Oxford Playhouse.
The Curious Parcel is a new subscription box that brings a little bit of theatre magic to your living room.
The New Writing Festival
£1 discount for various Dancin' Oxford Events
Kneehigh are back with their theatrical tour-de-force.
Dare to experience the dangers and delights of Dinosaur World Live in this roarsome interactive show for all the family.
Follow the exploits of Don Pasquale in this riotous new version of Donizetti’s classic comic opera.
Elgar - Conductor: Geoffrey Bushell.
Oxford Festival of the Arts in collaboration with SJE Arts
As her father descends into Alzheimer’s, Tina tries to uncover the facts behind a family story that never rang true.
Celebrating 120 years since the birth of Francis Poulenc.
Come along and discover more fun things the Cat has stored in the big red box.
Goose loves the summer, playing with his family and friends, but soon it is time for him to fly south for the winter.
The Choirs of St Giles’ Church & Luceat Consort and Players
The German Comedy Ambassador returns to OP in May 2019, following sell out performances in 2017...
The perfect fun and friendly sing-a-long and play session for pre-school children.
Part of the Empowered Women Trilogy.
It's the one and only Horne Section's one and only 2019 Tour.
Join Ian McKellen for his new solo show.
With epic show tunes and killer beats, this classic story is brought popping and locking into the twenty-first century.
“What was is it like in mummy’s tummy?”
Celebrating women composers and performers.
The lord of the mince is back...
Mozart | Beethoven | Chopin
with Instruments of Time & Truth
Afternoon Concert 5pm ӏ Gala Concert 7.30pm
Part of the Keble Early Music Festival 2019
Eva believes that she can fly. Jo doesn’t think so.
The Life I Lead sees Miles Jupp bring David Tomlinson’s remarkable story to life.
Lucrezia Borgia awaits entry to heaven following her demise.
Part of 'Alexander Goehr & Martyn Harry: A Mini-Festival'
OU Sinfonietta and OU Jazz Orchestra
Internationally renowned Gecko return to Oxford Playhouse.
Mothers Who Make is a growing national initiative aimed at supporting mothers who are artists & makers.
Discover why Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap has kept people guessing for so long, becoming the longest running show of any kind in the history of theatre.
JS Bach : Trauer-Ode
An Oxford Playhouse co-production with the egg, Conde Duque and Theatr Iolo.
The Museum Without A Home is an award-winning exhibition that celebrates the small acts of kindness that normal people have taken to welcome refugees...
Reimagining classical forms
SANSARA - Choral Masterpieces of Oxford
An Oxford Playhouse 17|25 Young Company production.
Bach, Beethoven, Schumann
The Noisy Animals are looking forward to their dream holidays and have some brilliant ideas about where in the world they want to go.
Do you believe in ghosts? Morgan & West don't but why should that stop them?
A disparate group of people are caught in a storm on the High Road, somewhere in the middle of nowhere.
Award-winning theatre maker Rachel Mars brings you a gleeful, dark show about the hidden workings of envy.
Abbey Road and Revolver live with orchestra
Works by Mozart, Smetana, Pärt and more.
Dvorak 'American' Quartet, Copland and more.
Kaupo Kikkas, illustrated talk with the photographer
Works by Pärt, Mozart, Webern & Mahler.
Prof. Andrew King, University of Oxford
The stage filled in Wolf-Ferrari Symphony and Schubert Octet.
Goldner Quartet play Beethoven & Shostakovich plus clarinet pieces.
Covers all 13 events in the Oxford May Music Festival
Prof. Robin Grimes. Imperial College, London
Great soprano songs with a variety of accompanying instruments.
Prof. Tim Leighton, University of Southampton
'We are all' - great jazz from the world-famous trio.
Dr Simon Boxall, University of Southampton
Prof Dame Ottoline Leyser, University of Cambridge
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For 50 years The Pasadena Roof Orchestra have been re-creating the sounds of a golden era of music from the 1920s and 1930s to widespread acclaim.
"It's not God I worry about. It's people."
Scriabin, Delius, Saint-Saëns & d'Indy
Meet Princess. A cheeky 10-year-old, with a plan to win the Weston-super-Mare Beauty Contest.
Rambert2 is a new group of the world’s best young dancers, coming together to showcase the most exhilarating and fierce choreography around today.
Following the death of his predecessor, an established theatre producer takes on the most expensive Broadway musical of all time.
Reginald D Hunter returns to the Playhouse with his new show.
A deeply atmospheric drama about time and memory, loneliness and longing.
There has never been a better time to be an American comedian in the UK.
After decades of civil war, the nation hangs in the balance. Enter Richard, Duke of Gloucester, to change the course of history.
In a world gone crazy, can philosophy help? This sparklingly brilliant new show tries to give you the answer.
A troubled Friar rushes us through the mutinous streets of Verona, plunging us into a community torn apart by prejudice, conflict and violent crime.
Ross Edgley made history in 2018 by doing what no man has ever done before, swiming 2,000 miles around Great Britain.
Ruby Wax, the Monk and the Neuroscientist
Frith Piano Quartet
Maria Razumovskaya (piano)
Beverly is having a party and you are one of her guests.
Jonathan Powell (piano)
Spotlight is for anyone aged 50 or over with an interest in theatre.
In Aid of 'Dogs for Good'
OWMVC & Soloist Baritone Gwion Thomas
We all have a nationality. Or almost all of us.
A Quiet Revolution: English Vocal Music during the Interregnum
A British Northern Coastal town. Three young men are coming home from war.
Alda Dizdari Violin & Tom Blach Piano
Exploring the all-too-familiar theme of finality and closure..
Two frogs, Mabel and Garry, are ridden with the monotony of living.
Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved Zog comes to life in this magical adaptation.
Oxford Coffee Concert Series
Brahms clarinet quintet
Duration: 1 hour
with no interval
Double Concertos for oboes, horns, violin & cello, and one exceptional concerto ‘con molti strumenti’.
Concerto for 2 oboes, stri...
Thu 21 Feb
One of the few pianists who can been compared to Glenn Gould for his brilliant passagework and rhythmic dynamism, Nick van Bloss presents one of the towering ma...
Fri 22 Feb
Music by Carissimi and Frescobaldi. Compline by Candlelight follows at 9pm.
OXFORD CONSORT OF VOICES
INSTRUMENTS OF TIME & TRUTH...