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They Built It. No One Came.

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Great Train Robbery

  |  Theatre

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Show Me The Money

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Kazem Hakimi: Portraits From A Chip Shop

  |  Exhibition

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Art is for everyone. Everyone has potential.

An arts centre in the heart of Oxford, showcasing the best of local and international performance and artwork, which takes a risk and entertains.

Working with homeless people

The Old Fire Station isn’t just an arts centre. We share our building with the charity Crisis, and together we aim to help end homelessness in Oxford.

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Working with artists

We support early to mid career artists from all disciplines with advice, subsidies, networks and promotion to help them become more successful.

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Latest from our blog

Making O No! – Jamie Wood

O No! is at the Old Fire Station on Friday 28 April. We asked Jamie Wood to tell us more about how he created the show… 1980 My previous show to O No! is...

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Swallows: Living The Drama

Swallows is the second show brought to the Old Fire Station by Oxford-based company Living The Drama. It’s here 23 & 24 March. Company member Stephanie Connell tells us more about how the play...

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The Diary of a Hounslow Girl

From traditional Pakistani weddings to fights on the night bus, The Diary of a Hounslow Girl is told through the eyes of a hooped-earring, headscarf-wearing 16 year old British Muslim girl growing up in West London....

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Spillikin: Interview with Jon Welch

My name’s Jon Welch, and, along with Pipeline Theatre I’m bringing my play ‘Spillikin – a love story’, to the Old Fire Station, on the 10th and 11th February. It’s not often, as a...

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