Category: Shows

Jack and the Beanstalk at Oxford Playhouse

Our panto cast is here, in rehearsals; it's going to be a cracker of a show Friday 24 November 2017 to Sunday 7 January 2018 The Oxford Playhouse is buzzing with the sound of laughter and managed mayhem from the Jack and the Beanstalk cast, who are here, in rehearsals and having fun. The cracking new script by Steve Marmion, writer and director for the third Read More

November with Thame Players

Opera Anywhere presents: Gilbert & Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance & HMS Pinafore Pirates: Friday 3rd November at 7.45pm & Sunday 5th November at 3pm HMS Pinafore: Saturday 4th November at 7.45pm In Pirates of Penzance an unfortunate case of mishearing results in a dramatic change of direction for Frederic who sets course to become a ‘pirate’ instead of Read More

Bartholomew Players present: “The Constant Wife” by Somerset Maugham

The Constant Wife is a social comedy of marital manoeuvres set in 1920s upper-class London. Constance Middleton discovers that her surgeon husband is having an affair with her best friend. Rather than humiliating herself and others, she denies the affair, defends the two, and sets about turning bad luck, unfaithful friends, local gossip and a broken heart to Read More

Number One Best-Selling Soprano Joanna Forest to perform in Thame

As part of her nationwide tour, Stars Are Rising The Live Tour, official number one best-selling soprano Joanna Forest is appearing at The Players Theatre, Thame,  on Friday 29th September, supported by the Thame Children’s Choir (TCC2). Described as one of the most exciting and important sopranos performing today, she has performed to millions on Read More

Longcot’s got the X-Factor

Oxfordshire village church selected as venue for two seasonal concerts as part of national tour. The intimate setting of St Mary’s Church in the small village of Longcot near Faringdon, Oxfordshire has been chosen as an official venue for the Amick Vocal Concert Series 2017 and will host two of their concerts this year, starring two contrasting international singers - Read More

Rattigan’s tale of love and longing won’t brown you off

The Browning Version is one of Terence Rattigan’s best-known plays, with a subtext worthy of Pinter and pathos befitting a Greek tragedy. Since it was first performed in 1948 it has achieved huge success, including two film versions and at least four TV adaptations. Thame Players are putting on a new production, which opens on Tuesday 12th September at the Read More

October Shows at Thame Players Theatre

’67 Forever Friday 6th October at 7.45pm It’s 50 years since the Beatles’ 1967 summer of love took them from Strawberry Fields and Penny Lane to Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and the Magical Mystery Tour. What a year – some say their creative peak! Join The Dung Beatles, accompanied by their 4-piece horn section, in a golden jubilee celebration Read More

Sherlock Holmes and the Crimson Cobbles

Holmes and Watson are called upon to investigate the Whitechapel murders that are sending shockwaves through London. When the evidence points to only one possible and inconceivable conclusion about the identity of Jack the Ripper, is our super sleuth prepared to believe the unbelievable? From the playwright behind our hilarious 2014 production of Around the Read More

Paines Plough bring their fringe first winning show to two Oxford venues this autumn

This September/October sees the return of the world renowned theatre company Paines Plough to Oxford. Their play Growth, by Luke Norris (So Here We Are, Royal Exchange; Goodbye To All That, Royal Court) will be performed at Pegasus Theatre in East Oxford and then followed up with a performance at The North Wall in Summertown, offering theatre-goers two chances of getting tickets to Read More

MANCUNIA

Eclectic new folk trio prepare for debut UK shows and release "Three ace musicians pooling their talents to mint fresh and stimulating music.” -Simon Nicol, founding member of Fairport Convention Three world travelled musicians, all originally from Manchester and sharing Irish origins, have come together to create a dynamic, musical melting pot with powerful songs and fiery Irish Read More

Stopping at nothing: the OUDS National Tour 2017

After a sell out run in Oxford, students from the University of Oxford present this year’s Oxford University Dramatic Society National Tour: Stop, a new musical by Leo Munby and Annabel Mutale Reed. Four strangers meet at a London bus stop, and although not immediately obvious, gradually reveal that they each suffer from their own Read More