Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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Distinctive new EP from Faustus

To mark the debut of their brand-new EP, folk trio Faustus will heading to Nettlebed Folk Club as part of their...

Bombay Bicycle Club share first new music in five years

Bombay Bicycle Club are very pleased to share a new single, their first new music since 2014’s number one selling, Mercury...

Wilderness Festival 2019: ‘If you want to strip down to your goolies… go ahead’

Words by Angus Burnett The Wilderness Festival returned to Cornbury Park for what’s become its annual celebration of…well,...

Oxford, Cheltenham and Swindon warm-up shows added to Jack Whitehall tour

Award-winning comedian, actor and writer Jack Whitehall has added additional warm-up dates to his forthcoming UK and Ireland tour, Stood Up.

New mental health festival to support Swindon’s musicians

"I think it’s going to be the start of something" says the organiser of a new mental health festival ready to...

Review: WarHorse Oxford’s New Theatre

This is the second time I’ve had the pleasure of watching the National Theatre’s production of WarHorse - and it has lost...

GETRZ: The next big band to come from Swindon?

Since their inception as a four-piece in 2017, indie-punk rock outfit GETRZ have quickly made a name for themselves in their...

Award-winning director brings critically acclaimed Barber Shop Chronicles to Oxford

Inua Ellams’ hugely acclaimed play Barber Shop Chronicles comes to Oxford Playhouse from Wednesday 9 to Saturday 12 October as part of...

The Power of Compassion: Sacred Dance and Music From Tibet

Tibet - the Land of Snows: home to Buddhist lamas whose ancient rituals have fascinated people for thousands of years.

Internationally-renowned circus ensemble bring five-star show to Oxford

Internationally-renowned Australian contemporary circus ensemble, Circa, will tumble into Oxford Playhouse from 13 to 14 September with its five-star favourite, Humans.
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