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Welcome to In Oxford's Theatre listings page. Oxford Theatre listings, reviews, times, ticket and theatre information for all your favourite shows at Oxford Theatres.
Creation Theatre

Tel: 01865 766266

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Hamlet   theatre In Oxford

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Thursday 23rd June - Thursday 28th July:
An experience like no other, discover the magic of Dream in this truly immersive production. Part treasure hunt, part performance, scamper about the city, hunt for the lovers and discover the fairies’ mischief.

Wednesday 13th July – Saturday 13th August:
Rock up with a picnic and, surrounded by the beauty of University Parks, immerse yourself in this grimey, startling, whirlwind of a production.

The Old Fire Station

40 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2AQ
Tel: 01865 263980 Web:

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Rob Gee: Forget Me Not - The Alzheimer’s whodunit   theatre In Oxford
Friday 29 April: Comic, poet and ex-psychiatric nurse Rob Gee presents a murder mystery set on a dementia ward. Largely based on Rob’s experiences, many of the stories depicted in the show are true. Except the murders, obviously
Tickets: £10, £8 (concs). Time: 7.30pm.
Megan Ford: Feminasty   theatre In Oxford
Saturday 7th May: The world is a terrible place and it’s all the fault of the corporations who run the media. Megan Ford finds this hilarious. So she wrote a comedy show about it. With little reverence or subtlety, she tackles difficult subjects from gender representation to rape culture using silly voices and swear words. After a smash-hit Edinburgh run, performing horrible characters, whiny girl stand-up, dumb sketches, and incredible rap songs, Megan Ford will take down the patriarchy with nothing but her bare hands and some fabulous wigs.
Tickets: £10, £8 (concs) Time: 8pm.
CELL   theatre In Oxford
Thursday 12th May: After being diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease, Ted goes on the trip of a lifetime…and so does his pet fish. As the disease starts to cause his mobility to degenerate, Ted rushes towards experiencing a world that is outside of his comfort zone; from the streets of Lille to the romance of Venice. Humorous, heart-warming and hopeful, CELL features charming puppetry, physical theatre and an original score to tell the story of one man’s final adventure to create enough memories to last a lifetime.
Tickets: £15 Time: 7.30pm.
Late Night Love   theatre In Oxford
Thursday 2nd June: Somewhere in the static between radio stations, Eggs Collective present Late Night Love, a tender and ridiculous show that clambers up your drainpipe with a rose between its teeth. Inspired by the confessional radio show of the same name, Late Night Love is an unflinching attempt to unpick the truth from the fiction of chocolate boxes and untangle expectations of adulthood from the promise of power ballads .
Tickets: £13, £11 (concs). Time: 8pm.

The North Wall Arts Centre

South Parade, Oxford OX2 7NN. Tel: 01865 319450.
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Bridget Christie: A Book For Her   theatre In Oxford
Wednesday 27th April: Why has Bridget been sending her stained underpants to George Osborne at HM Treasury every month? Which method actor has been playing the character comedian Nigel Farage since 2010? Is Rachel Dolezal black or white? What’s the difference between Eddie Izzard and Caitlyn Jenner? All this and more will be revealed in Bridget’s tenth solo show.
Tickets: Full Price £16.00. Time: 7.30pm.
Bridget Christie: A Book For Her   theatre In Oxford
Wednesday 27th April: Why has Bridget been sending her stained underpants to George Osborne at HM Treasury every month? Which method actor has been playing the character comedian Nigel Farage since 2010? Is Rachel Dolezal black or white? What’s the difference between Eddie Izzard and Caitlyn Jenner? All this and more will be revealed in Bridget’s tenth solo show.
Tickets: Full Price £16.00. Time: 7.30pm.
Underneath   theatre In Oxford
Wednesday 4th May: Nijinsky’s Last Jump combines theatre and dance to evoke the legendary 20th century dancer’s journey from global success to the desolate isolation of mental illness. As the passionate obsession of the young Nijinsky comes face to face with the searching inner life of the older Nijinsky, this sharp and tender show portrays a poignant intimacy of genius and madness.
Tickets: £16 (£13 concessions) Time: 8pm.
Am I Dead Yet?   theatre In Oxford
Friday 6th May: Death is no longer a moment. It is a process. A process that can be reversed. Two friends, talking (and singing) about what happens when we die, how we think about dying, and most importantly, how some of us might be brought back.
Tickets: £14, Conc £12. Time: 8pm.
Fake it 'til you Make it   theatre In Oxford
Thursday 12th - Friday 13th May: Award-winning artist Bryony Kimmings' heart-breaking and life-affirming new show about clinical depression and men. Bryony is an outrageous, hilarious and fearless performance artist from London. Tim is an outrageous, hilarious and fearless account manager from a top advertising agency.
Tickets: £16, Conc £13. Time: 8pm.
Underneath   theatre In Oxford
Wednesday 25th May: Sticks and stones didn't break Her bones, but words and pointing crushed Her. Is Beauty really only skin deep? Does Ugliness hide somewhere deeper? This stunning new play is a blackly comic, rich and vivid tale of a life lived in secret, a testament to the people who live on the fringes, under the nose of everyday life. It explores the surface, and what lies underneath.
Tickets: £16 (£13 concessions) Time: 7.30pm.

Pegasus Theatre

Magdalen Road, Oxford OX4 1RE. Tel: 01865 812150
Tickets: Call, go online or visit the box office, situated on Magdalen Road.

Pegasus Theatre is a welcoming, vibrant venue that hosts a range of professional dance, music and drama productions from local and international companies.
Stones In His Pockets   theatre In Oxford
Thursday 28th April: A quiet Irish village community is turned upside down with the arrival of a Hollywood film crew, looking for the ‘real’ Ireland for their latest schmaltzy blockbuster. A pair of extras, Charlie and Jake, watch with amazement, envy and delight as cultures clash, divas strop, and everyone fights over the last portion of lemon meringue pie.
Tickets: £13, £9 concs., £6 U18. Time: 7.30pm.
With a Little Bit of Luck   theatre In Oxford
Thursday 12th May: Nadia is swept up in one hot summer’s night of love that promises endless possibilities. Drinking, dancing, hope, ambition, lust, greed… and decisions that will determine the rest of her life. Rhythmically underscored by a live mix of old school UK Garage, award-winning writer Sabrina Mahfouz explores the legacy of a cultural movement that defined the hopes of a generation.
Tickets: £13, £9 concessions, £6 under 18s. Time: 7.30pm.
Into The West   theatre In Oxford
Saturday 14th May: Because she came from the land under the sea. A place where it is always summer, and no-one grows old. Imagine a glorious white horse comes out of a sea-mist and into your troubled life. Imagine trying to keep her on the 14th floor of a Dublin tower block. Now imagine the police are after you, and your only escape is to ride into the west...
Tickets: £13, £9, £6. Time: 3.30pm & 7pm.
Lord of the Flies   theatre In Oxford
Wednesday 25th - Saturday 28th May: As the world descends into war, a disaster leaves a group of young people stranded, fighting a battle of their own. After initial attempts to mimic democracy, fractures begin to show and fear takes over. How will they choose to act in their struggle for survival in an increasingly savage world?
Tickets: £9, £6 conc. Time: 7.30pm.

Oxford Playhouse

11-12 Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2LW. Tel: 01865 305305

Tickets: Phone, go online or visit the box office, situated on Beaumont Street, Oxford.
King Lear   Oxford Playhouse
Monday 24th - Saturday 30th April: It will come: humanity must prey on itself, like monsters of the deep.

This epic new production features a distinguished cast led by Michael Pennington. A master of his art who has been nominated for a prestigious Olivier Award three times, this is the first chance for UK audiences to see Pennington’s celebrated Lear. Max Webster’s deeply moving interpretation of one of theatre’s greatest tragedies is a poignant way to commemorate the 400th year of Shakespeare’s death.
Tickets: £15 - £31. Times: 2.30pm & 7.30pm..
Of Mice and Men   Oxford Playhouse
Tuesday 10th - Saturday 14th May: Set in America during the Great Depression, John Steinbeck’s modern classic tells the story of George and Lennie, two migrant farm workers who go in search of their shared dream of putting together enough money to buy a small piece of land and building a home. But they are no strangers to trouble and soon find themselves reeling from the fallout of an innocent misunderstanding which spirals out of control.
Tickets: £11.50 - £24.50. Times: 2.30pm and 7.30pm.
A Raisin in the the Sun   Oxford Playhouse
Friday 13th May: Ruskin Theatre Platforms presents a staged reading of the play behind Clybourne Park. Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun is a modern classic that tells the story of a black family’s experiences moving into a largely white Chicago neighbourhood in the 1950s. A hit when it was first produced in 1959, Hansberry’s story has been adapted by successive generations of storytellers, with stage revivals, musical adaptions and versions created for film and television.
Tickets: Free.
The Encounter   Oxford Playhouse
Wednesday 25th - Saturday 28th May: In 1969, National Geographic photographer Loren McIntyre became hopelessly lost in a remote part of the Brazilian rainforest while searching for the Mayoruna people. His encounter was to test his perception of the world, bringing the limits of human consciousness into startling focus.
Tickets: £15 - £31. Time: 7.30pm.

Cornerstone Arts Centre

25 Station Road, Didcot, Oxfordshire OX11 7NE. Tel: 01235 515144.
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Dinosaur Park (The Jurassic Parody)   Theatre Oxford
Saturday 14th May: A parody adventure of show-stopping, spine-tingling theatrics and megalithic mayhem. Hot off the West End, this award-winning, laugh-out-loud spin on Spielberg’s classic Jurassic Park is a theatrical celebration of cinematic nostalgia. Direct from a sell-out London West End season and an official sell-out status at Edinburgh Fringe 2015, the show tours the UK for the first time.
Age guide: 8+ Tickets: Adult £15, £13.40 (concs) Child £10 Time: 7pm.
Shakespeare Untold   Theatre Oxford
Sunday 29th May: This family-friendly double bill comes from London's world-renowned venue, Shakespeare’s Globe. In Romeo Untold, the story of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet is retold through the eyes of the Capulet Ball's party planner. Whilst Titus Untold retells Shakespeare's goriest tragedy, Titus Andronicus, as seen from the kitchen of Titus’s piemaker. These shows premiered to great critical and popular acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe and are now touring internationally.
Age guide: 5+ Tickets: £14, £12 (concs), £10 (under 16s), £40 (family ticket) Time: 2pm.

New Theatre Oxford
George St, City Centre, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 2AG.
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American Idiot   Theatre Oxford
Tuesday 3rd - Saturday 7th May: Green Day's explosive, award-winning Broadway musical American Idiot is now touring across the UK in 2016, direct from a hugely successful and critically acclaimed London run. X Factor finalist Amelia Lily will be reprising her critically acclaimed role, Whatsername, with further casting to be announced.
Tickets: £15 - £42.90. Time: 7.30pm.
Sing-a-Long-a Frozen   Theatre Oxford
Saturday 14th May: A full screening of Disney’s Frozen with lyrics on screen to help you sing along during the film. Introduced by a live host who will guide you through this interactive screening by showing you how to use your free prop bag, warm up your singing voices and teach you some dance moves with the help of the Singalonga Princesses. Watch as we bring the film to life and help you experience this movie in a whole new light.
Tickets: £15.90. Time: 3.30pm.
Sing-a-long-a Dirty Dancing   Theatre Oxford
Saturday 14th May: The producers of Sing-a-Long-a Sound of Music and Sing-a-Long-a Grease bring you their latest interactive film. The brand new sing-a-long-a screening of the classic film starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey.

Join Baby and Johnny in a fun-filled screening of the1987 dance classic film where you are the stars of the show. Our host, will lead a vocal warm up, show you how to use your ‘magic moments fun pack’ and have you dancing really dirty...
Ticket: £15.90. Time: 7.30pm..
Adam Ant   Theatre Oxford
Wednesday 8th June: Adam Ant is to embark on a new UK tour performing the iconic album Kings of the Wild Frontier live and in sequence for the very first time, with many of the album tracks never having been performed live.

The 3x platinum Kings of the Wild Frontier album, which sold over 8 million’s copies, was originally released in 1980 and dominated the UK charts, spending more time in the top slot than any other album at the time and went on to achieve worldwide recognition and subsequent success .
Tickets: £32.15 - £37.65. Time: 7.30pm.
Bill Bailey   Theatre Oxford
Wednesday 11th - Thursday 12th May: The gap between how we imagine our lives to be and how they really are is the subject of Bill’s new show Limboland. With his trademark intelligence and sharp wit, he tells tales of finding himself in this halfway place.
Time: 8 pm Tickets £28.90.

Inspiring Drama
St. Michael's Church Hall, Portland Road, Summertown, Oxford OX2 7PZ.
Tel: 01865 596 780 / - 07786 116 440. Email:
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Bookings: 01865 305305
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