Mon 1 Jan 0001 - Sun 19 Jan 2020,
With a majority female cast, live music and explosions of colour, this version of Shakespeare’s problem play is about what it means to be a rebel.
For ages 12+
Covers all 4 4th SJE Arts Next Generation Events
Comedian Adam Buxton comes to Oxford Playhouse
Oxford Coffee Concert
Alexei Sayle has been performing standup for forty years since the day he invented modern comedy.
7th SJE Arts International Piano Series
The showing off must go on
With lnstruments of Time and Truth and established young soloists
Suitable for ages 12+
Reiko Fujisawa (piano) with Crawford Logan (narrator)
Have your child's party at Oxford Playhouse and celebrate with a trip to the theatre!
Harold Pinter’s most popular and widely performed play comes to Oxford in this dramatic new re-imagining.
Boys, set in the tense limbo of a student kitchen, observes the frustrations of four men and two women on the brink of moving on but failing to transition into an adulthood they do...
Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s hilarious new comedy.
4th SJE Arts Next Generation Series
Irish rising star Catherine Bohart's new solo show.
Oxford Theatre Guild return to Oxford Playhouse.
Multi award-winning Musical Youth Company of Oxford return to the Oxford Playhouse stage.
This summer Welsh National Opera takes you back to school with a brand new production of Mozart’s comic opera Così fan tutte.
The star of BBC1’s Strictly Come Dancing is heading to Oxford.
Oxford Operatic Society return to Oxford Playhouse
Pass gets you £1 off various Dancin' Oxford events
The genre-defining thriller for all time.
Oxford Playhouse 17|25 Young Company
Mozart’s classic reinvigorated by an exciting young company
Stephen Tompkinson returns to Oxford in Willy Russell's classic tale.
Seventeenth century Lute Music
10am & 11am for Under 5s / 12pm for Over 5s
They’re back at last!
A bit like a Book Club but for live dance!
A Few Forms of Fury is a piece of comic new writing, reimagining the revenge goddesses of Greek myth as bureaucratic office-workers.
From the tiniest of seeds to the biggest of changes.
The play is relevant, witty and highly-entertaining, and its thought-provoking discussion of LGBTQ+ issues and religious tolerance lends itself well to our political climate.
After the Watergate scandal of 1972 and his subsequent resignation, the world watched Nixon, without a trace of guilt, leave the White House.
Music for Ash Wednesday
It’s the future. But only slightly. It’s not the apocalypse quite yet, but we’re getting there.
One of Handel’s greatest oratorios, with stunning choruses.
An evening of sparkling arias and instrumental works
Hero-Man: Champion of Justice is a thrilling new comedy rock opera written by Raymond Douglas following the zany (yet tragic) misadventures of Hero-Man, his best friend Tim, and hi...
New music for early instruments
Is your happiness not where you expected?
Frantic Assembly return to the Playhouse.
The IAO music festival 2020 will be held in the historic and beautiful city of Edinburgh
A live show which combines image, music, dance-theatre and spoken word poetry
featuring Rachmaninoff and Musorgsky
with Schumann, Philips and Mahler works
featuring Sonatas Nos. 5 & 6
The Choir of Keble College
An astonishing variety of music of rejoicing for choir, organ and piano
There is a way to be good again.
Conductor, Janet Lincé
For all abilities - Suitable for ages 12 +
This exciting new interpretation from University of Oxford student company Such is Life Productions offers you the chance to experience this classic d...
One of the best-loved operas of all time.
It's January. Rosa is only just over her hangover and is writing her New Year’s resolutions.
Directed by Mark Williams - Alexander Pott (organ)
Musician-in-residence at Green Templeton College
Folk Music in the Amphitheatre
Mothers Who Make is a growing national initiative aimed at supporting mothers who are artists & makers, in any discipline and at any stage of their personal or professional making....
Oakham School Chapel Choir & Orchestra
Lively and fast-moving choral works.
Suitable for 14yrs +
Old Fashioned is an exciting new play by Felix Westcott which aims to examine and dissect the social structures that sustain the lives of the rich and unhappy.
The rarely performed 3-part version of Handel's splendid oratorio
A late and joyous masterpiece - the "little solemn mass"
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Part of the Oxford May Music Festival 2020
A Festival Pass Covers all 11 Oxford May Music Events
with Bojan Čičić
Benjamin Nicholas conductor
Stabat Mater & Membra Jesu Nostri
Get ready for a road-trip full of fun adventures.
The Piatti Quartet return to the JdP
Aussies Chad and Brad are on trial. Whilst on their gap year, they robbed a bank at (BB) gunpoint in the ski town of Vail, Colorado… whilst wearing their name tags from work.
This is an adaptation like no other...
Bafta-nominated comedian, Rachel Parris, is back with a brand-new show.
Thomas Kelly plays Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1
Baritone Marcus Farnsworth and pianist Huw Watkins
Panto is back! Join Robin Hood and his merry troupe for a fun-filled, panto-tacular time!
A stage adaption of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's much loved tale.
Maggini String Quartet
Alasdair Beatson & Friends
The hilarious story by comedian and author David Walliams.
Legendary comedian and Oxford Playhouse patron Stewart Lee returns with a double-bill of two new sets, Snowflake and Tornado, performed back-to-back....
Hit TV show Straight Flush is on the rocks. Its superhero, dashing but dumb Straight Flush himself, is all out of luck. His author, Charlie, has suffered his own tragedy—he can’t m...
A tragicomic and hypnotic explosion of film, movement and words.
Celebrity Farewell Concert
Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's much loved Tiddler and other Terrific Tales.
A brand new show.
Ünkel und Gårf are the most popular mime artists in the former Soviet State of Orgislavia. Or, at least, they were.
JdP’s new ensemble-in-residence
Songs from England and America
In our changing world, all sorts of quirky animals are facing problems only humans can create or fix. This improvised comedy play explores the fate of a surreal and endangered anim...
Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story comes dramatically alive in Stephen Mallatratt’s ingenious stage adaptation.
Oxford Coffee Concert
Duration: 1 hour
with no interval
This recital explores the ‘outsider’ figure wandering in nature, with the Schumann, Philips and Mahler works all suggesting differ...
Sat 25 Jan
The JdP presents a brand new cushion concert series with Catriona Scott: ‘SoundStories’!
Bring yourself and a cushion to the...
Sun 26 Jan
Purcell: Sonata in F major, Z 810 (“Golden Sonata”)
Vivaldi: Trio Sonatas
Telemann: Canonic Duo
Corelli: Trio Sonata in D minor, op 3 no 5