Archive: Made In Oxfordshire

Sawdust: Set Design

Nomi Everall has been working with clients of the national homeless charity Crisis to design Sawdust, our 2017 Hidden Spire show. She tells us more about the process. I joined the Hidden Spire team just...

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Ada & The Engine: Helen Taylor

Helen Taylor, Artistic Director of ElevenOne Theatre and actor in Ada & The Engine, tells us more about the show. As an actor, director, and all-round theatre lover, what makes the medium so compelling...

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Marmalade 2017: Art & Power

On 7 April 2017 82 artists, cultural leaders, funders, investors, entrepreneurs and others interested in art and social impact gathered at the Old Fire Station to debate as part of Marmalade 2017. In 2015...

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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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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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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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Marmalade 2016

Marmalade 2016 came and went in a whirlwind of social design workshops, hackathons and discussions on everything from climate change to foundational giving. Following on from last year’s Art & Money event, Arts at...

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Interview: Simon Tavener, director of Season’s Greetings

‘Tis the Season to be jolly…. well, for most people! Christmas should be a time for family and friends to come together and enjoy each other’s company. But peace and goodwill don’t last long...

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