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Following Government advice Corn Exchange Newbury closed until further notice

  On 16 March, advice from the UK government around managing Covid-19 changed very significantly. Following the Prime Minister’s briefing, the theatre made the difficult...

Lechlade Festival Postponed

Lechlade Festival organisers have announced the postponement of this year’s event. Festival Director Jennie Turner-Maskell issued a statement to festival goers and traders communicating heartfelt...

Slagerij And Spunge to play Swindon

UK ska-punk legends Spunge are coming to tear it up at Level III Swindon along with Swindon's very own ska-punk touring machine Slagerij. Tickets are...

Actors Needed for New Knife Drama

Auditions are now available for Prime Theatre's new short drama film about knife crime The film follows the story of two secondary school pupils Noah...

Four tales in one show for families this Easter at the Oxford Playhouse

Four of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s classic children’s books are brought to life on stage in a single production by Freckle Productions. Tiddler...

Cornbury announce Sunday night headliner Ronan Keating

Oxfordshire’s much loved Cornbury Festival, is set to deliver a complete spectrum of sensational music over the July 10-12th weekend. Adding to already-announced VAN MORRISON, DIDO, JACK...

Hop Along To The Next Gammy Leg Night in May

Good news for music lovers! Gammy Leg productions has announced the third in their latest series of gigs, to celebrate the 18th birthday of...

Tyre Care and Maintenance in Rainy Season

It is well-known that tyres tend to be fine in dry weather, and are only really tested when it is raining, especially when the...

Priscilla, Queen of The Desert Rocks Up To Oxford

Strictly Come Dancing winner Joe McFadden will star in a new production of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert - and it's a short drive...

The Birthday Party at the Oxford Playhouse

The Birthday Party comes to Oxford Playhouse in a brand new production with Michelle Collins, Tristan Gemmill and Paul Hickey. Harold Pinter’s most widely-performed play...
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