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...Read More
Jess Thom: Biscuit Land’s On The Move!
On the 19th March 2014, I did something that was both terrifying and thrilling; I registered a show for the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. At the time I had no idea of the incredible...Read More
Staff picks for the Spring 2016 season
A new season of theatre, comedy, dance, music, workshops, exhibitions and more has been announced at the Old Fire Station. We asked the team what they were most excited to see… Sarah Mossop, Visual...Read More
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...Read More
Interview: The Saturday Matinee Company
A couple want to raise their twin children, Jen and Jake, as complete equals. But — as they grow up and move into the world of work and relationships, there appears to be more and more of a...Read More
Staff picks for the Autumn/Winter season
We’re delighted to present a new season of theatre, comedy, dance, family shows and more – welcome to Autumn and Winter at the Old Fire Station! We asked the staff what they’re most looking...Read More
Oxford Fringe 2015 – OFS staff picks!
The OFS’s Oxford Fringe line-up has been curated by Tom Crawshaw of Underground Venues (who also organises the hugely popular Buxton Fringe). He’s selected some of the best local and national theatre, comedy, music,...Read More
Interview: All Roads Lead To Rome
Chris Dobrowolski has been Visiting Artist at the British Antarctic Survey, has created sculptures from planes, trains and automobiles, and has been described as ‘the greatest living artist in the UK’. He’s visiting us...Read More
Tim Key Q & A
In the run up to Tim Key’s return to the OFS this month, we pry into the world of this radio star, film star and performance poet extraordinaire… Tell us a bit about yourself....Read More
INTERVIEW: Emma Leigh Artistic Director behind MadCap Theatre’s Twelfth Night
We have a chat with Emma Leigh, artistic director of MadCap Theatre about their upcoming show, Twelfth Night It’s great to have you back at the Old Fire Station! The Taming of the Shrew...Read More
INTERVIEW: Simon Jay and Scott Payne from upcoming show, Is He A Bit Simon Jay?
Want to know more about the epic one-man comedy we have coming up this Saturday? Then have read through our interview with the shows writer Scott Payne and the shows performer & co-writer Simon...Read More
Interview: Squadron Leader Andy Mitchell on RAFTA’s Much Ado About Nothing
This week, the Royal Air Force Theatrical Association (RAFTA) take over the Old Fire Station and have a five show run of one of the Bard’s best loved comedies, Much Ado About Nothing. We...Read More