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People Of The Eye: Erin Hutching

Erin Siobhan Hutching, writer/performer with The DH Ensemble, tells us about People of the Eye. I first had the idea for this piece just after my sister’s wedding in 2014. My sister is Deaf...

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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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Spring 2017 – staff picks

A new year, a new season of work – we asked our staff what they’re most looking forward to between now and the end of April 2017. Click here to see the full list...

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30 Christmases: our very own Xmas show

My name’s Jonny Donahoe. I’m a comedian, actor and writer and I’ve lived in and around Oxford all my life. When I’m off on tour, it’s where I come back to – especially around...

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Silver Moon

Compagnie Animotion are here on Saturday 3 December with Silver Moon, a poetic Christmas tale for ages 4 -11. We asked Hayli Clifton (picture left), artistic director, to tell us some more about the show....

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In Our Hands

Smoking Apples Theatre were here back in May with the beautiful and moving CELL. We liked it so much that we decided to invite them back – come and see new show In Our Hands on...

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Flat 73

Flat 73 is the debut play from new company Human Story Theatre. The script was written by Gaye Poole, whose last piece Connie’s Colander sold out at the Old Fire Station in 2015 – we...

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It’s Crumpled, Needs Ironing/Presto And Clown

Sparky Buddy Productions bring two plays to the Old Fire Station on 22 & 23 September:  It’s Crumpled, Needs Ironing/Presto And Clown. Rehearsals are underway, and we caught up with director David Pustansky to find...

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The Unhallowed Master

Implexa Dance Company bring new show The Unhallowed Master to the Old Fire Station on Saturday 3 September at 7.30pm. We tracked down Louise Hague, Artistic Director, to see if she could tell us...

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Art in Oxford this Autumn

As well as theatre, music, comedy and dance, Oxford is packed with visual art exhibitions – take a look at what’s on offer until Christmas… OVADA Warehouse, 22 – 26 August OVADA Summer School...

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FABRIC: interview with Abi Zakarian

Raw, poignant and unflinching new play FABRIC is here on Tuesday 5 July, brought to us by the Marlowe Theatre Canterbury and theatre company TREMers. The show questions the shifting roles and expectations of...

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Coming up in Oxford

Summer is here! Oxford is packed with performances in the coming months – comedy, theatre, dance, the city has it all – and once again, we’re* going to flag up some of the best...

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LiveFriday: Framed!

On Friday 13 May we co-curated a LiveFriday at the Ashmolean Museum! Playground, Oxfordshire Theatre Makers, The Dead Secrets and The Listening Room – all folks who appear in our regular Tuesday and Scratch...

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