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Collection: Outdoor theatre


  • The Lord Chamberlain’s Men: Romeo and Juliet

    The Lord Chamberlain’s Men: Romeo and Juliet

    The Lord Chamberlain’s Men invite you to join them this summer for the timeless and classic love story Romeo and Juliet.

  • Robin Hood at Cogges Manor

    Robin Hood at Cogges Manor

    Adapted by Oliver Gray and inspired by the earliest ballads of Robin Hood, some pre-dating Chaucer, Illyria has created a fast-moving, fun-packed family show.

  • Bad Dad

    Bad Dad

    Pack your picnics, grab your wet weather gear or sun-cream (or both), something to sit on, and join Frank and Gilbert as they navigate their way through car chases and convicts in the struggle to escape the clutches of the local crime lord and clear Gilbert’s name.

  • The Oxford Shakespeare Festival 2023

    The Oxford Shakespeare Festival 2023

    This outdoor theatre experience that takes place in the castle yard of Oxford Castle & Prison will see Wild Goose Theatre, BMH Productions, and Siege Theatre will be putting on marvellous performances of Shakespeare’s finest classics.

  • Waterperry Opera Festival 2023

    Waterperry Opera Festival 2023

    With eight productions this summer, Waterperry Opera Festival 2023 is the perfect opportunity to fall in love with this splendid art form.

  • Much Ado About Nothing with Queens Park Arts Centre

    Much Ado About Nothing with Queens Park Arts Centre

    Queens Park Arts Centre’s Unbound Theatre present its latest Shakespeare tour, bringing the Bard’s work to audiences across Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.