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We are delighted to partner with our friend Applecart Arts, to sell tickets for their festival of online streamed shows: Dazed New World.

Tickets are available over at OFS Tickets. Book now!

The shows

FacePlant Theatre
One Duck Down
7000 rubber ducks. Seven Seas. One big adventure! Join us on a five-star eco-friendly comedy adventure packed with clowning, music and puppetry. Winner of Family Show of the Year at Vault Festival.
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ClodHopper Theatre
Join two clowns on a frank and funny journey through self care and mental health, as they discover laughter really can be the best medicine. 14+. “Heart-warning and endlessly funny” – A Younger Theatre
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Nemo Martin
Jellicle Questions For Jellicle Nerds
A panel of Black, brown and Asian musical theatre nerds are given free rein to go off on one about their wildest musical conspiracy theories, and answer the biggest questions: Should the Phantom be given roller skates? How low could Hades go? FMK: Bill, Harry or Sam? And so much more! 16+.
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Elephant Talk Theatre
Finding Percy Erebus
A child travels to a magical world where she confronts dancing tricksters and outsmarts rhythmic doctors. All in the hope of achieving the impossible… ‘Finding Percy Erebus’. Elephant Talk’s striking original score, clowning, and puppetry guide the audience on an allegorical journey through grief. 7+.
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The Fall
A comic, poignant and poetic retelling of a child’s memorable trip to church resulting in a life changing realisation. The Fall is an exploration of inherited shame and how to overcome it. 30 minutes of comedy, history and a sprinkling of theology. Adults only.
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Part Of The Main
All By Myself
All By Myself explores the question, ‘Who are we without other people?’. This solo show tells the story of a woman, alone in her apartment, but connected to the outside world through her popular YouTube account. Through her online and daily life, she reveals two very different sides of herself.
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Sabrina Richmond
A Black Story
Two siblings with a whole lot of past. A Grandmother and grandson reorder their world. A couple with an electric connection afraid to take a leap. What’s A Black Story – living life.
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7th Floor Productions
In a society where private lives become political and freedom of expression is not an option, Irene finds herself imprisoned. As tales of her incarceration spread overseas and her growing exposure becomes a threat, she is forced to make a brutal decision. Penelope Skinner’s urgent play is a haunting vision of state control, tense friendships and one woman determination not to be broken.
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Nicole Botha
Call Me By My Name
The pandemic exposed the UK to the rise of unemployment, media culture and racism in the UK, how will it play out for single twenty something Comfort in East London? Call Me By My Name is a fusion of basslines, spoken word and a story that needs to be told.
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Out Of The Blue
Imaginarium is an exciting, experimental audio immersive experience that will guide you to discover a whole new universe within your bedroom. Lend us your ears, your time and most importantly your curiosity and step past the threshold of reality; step into the “Imaginarium”.
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Applecart Arts
One Shot
Winner of Applecart Arts’ SEEDs competition, Julia Szajkowska’s ‘One Shot’ asks what way out would you take?
Performed by Warren Mendy and Directed by Prashant Nagar, this thought provoking performance was performed and filmed in Applecart Arts’ Littlewood Theatre space as the UK began to emerge from Lockdown.
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Natasha’s Project
On Demand
On Demand is a vulnerable and impacting contemporary dance/physical theatre production revealing depths and effects of human trafficking and modern day slavery. This production shares with audiences the physical and psychological effects this issue has on the body and mind.
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What time can I tune in from?
The live feed will start at least 15 minutes prior to the start time advertised with some information slides and a simple sound design so that you can check that the feed is working and you can hear the sound in advance.

Will the shows be captioned?
Unfortunately, on this occasion, we are not able to offer subtitles. We are working on this for future broadcasts, but as a small team it’s not possible to bring everything together in time.

If I have a problem with my live stream, who do I contact?
Drop an email to this address – info@applecartarts.com and the team will help.

My sound is a bit quiet but the speakers are up at full volume. Any suggestions?
Sound can be a little quiet on live streams, and we suggest you connect some external speakers or headphones to get really good sound from the stream. This could be a bluetooth speaker or a hi-fi using a mini-jack, it depends on what you have available.

How many tickets should I get?
We would ask that you buy as many tickets as the number of people you have watching. As you’re aware, it’s a very scary time for theatres and Applecart is grateful for any and all income and donations that we receive – every penny helps keep us going through these strange times. By buying a ticket not only are you supporting the freelance artists and small theatre companies that create the work, you’re also donating to the fantastic work that both Applecart Arts and the company do!

How can I help support this work further?
Spread the word about this live stream! We would love as many people up and down the country to tune in! You can also donate to Applecart via their JustGiving page.

Any further questions?
Drop Applecart an email any time and we’ll be sure to get back to you as soon as we can: info@applecartarts.com

Parking & Access


There are a number of Blue Badge parking spaces nearby on Beaumont Street, and more on New Inn Hall Street and St Giles.

The closest car park is Gloucester Green Car Park, accessed via Gloucester Street.

If you have any questions or concerns, the City Council’s Access Officer can be reached at 01865 249811.

Getting here

We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint, but we need your help. Use ecoway, our sustainable travel planner, to see the most eco-friendly options for your journey to Old Fire Station, and plan a bespoke and flexible route. ecoway is easy to use and you’ll be kept up to date with any disruption or changes to your journey plan.

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Disabled patrons are eligible for one free companion ticket with their booking. To book this, contact the ticket office: tickets@oldfirestation.org.uk or 01865 263990.

There are two entrances to the Old Fire Station: 40 George Street via the foyer, and on Gloucester Green via the shop. Both are step-free. If you are coming to a show, we ask that you use the George Street entrance, as the Gloucester Green entrance is not always open.

Events in the Theatre

There is level entry to the foyer of the Old Fire Station, and step-free access to the main Theatre (where most shows take place).

If you are a wheelchair user attending a sit-down show, space will be reserved for you. If you are attending a standing gig, please contact us (call the ticket office on 01865 263990 or e-mail tickets@oldfirestation.org.uk) and we will talk with you about your needs.

Events in the Studio

There is level entry into the foyer of the Old Fire Station, and step-free access to the Studio.

Events in the Loft

There are six steps leading up to the Loft space, with no lift. If you would like to discuss this to find out more, please get in touch.

The Gallery

There is step-free access to the Gallery – level entry through the George Street entrance, and via lift from the Gloucester Green entrance.


Accessible toilet
There is an accessible toilet on the ground floor, accessible via platform lift. Other toilets are in the basement (accessible via lift).

Hearing assistance system
The Theatre is equipped with a hearing assistance system. If you have any questions about using it, please e-mail us at tickets@oldfirestation.org.uk or phone 01865 263980.

Assistance dogs
All types of assistance and guide dogs are welcome at the Old Fire Station. It would be great if you could let us know in advance if you will be bringing a working dog to any performances – just e-mail tickets@oldfirestation.org.uk.

Strobe lighting
We will warn visitors on the website and in the foyer of the venue if a performance is going to contain strobe lighting. If lighting affects you, and you have any concerns, please call the ticket office on 01865 263990 or e-mail tickets@oldfirestation.org.uk.

Chairs in the theatre
Our chairs are a standard dining-chair size, measuring 40cm deep by 37cm wide, with a metal frame. Some have arms, and some do not. They are all joined together at the sides, to form rows. If this is likely to pose a problem for you, please email tickets@oldfirestation.org.uk and we can discuss how to make your visit more comfortable.