Tag: Oxford

Festival lights up The World in Oxford

Much anticipation awaits the ever-popular Oxford Christmas Light Festival (17th – 19th November) that launches the festive season in Oxford. This year’s theme celebrates the diversity, history and connections of this historic city. The World in Oxford presents an extraordinary collection of illuminated and interactive installations in and around old and new buildings and public spaces – all free to visit 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

Children of the Night

Children of the Night is a story about the forgotten, the neglected and the damned. A contemporary re-imagining of Dickens’ haunting novel Oliver Twist it centres on young lives that are lived in the shadows subject to exploitation and violent crime. Today over 150 million children around the globe live on the streets and their Read More