Every toy has a story, especially in this charming comedy of errors, a witty combination of antics and abracadabra, set in a doll maker’s workshop.
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Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra Solo Cello Mats Lidström is joined by Sholto Kynoch to resume their series of Beethoven’s cello sonatas
Come and join Alasdair Malloy and the Oxford Phil for some Animal Antics featuring our furry, feathered and finned friends.
Crimes, Camera, Action whisks the audience to golden-era Hollywood and introduces a new lead detective, a world-weary, hard-boiled private-eye in the mould of Humphrey Bogart: meet Stan Shakespeare.
Senbla presents Opera International’s award winning Ellen Kent’s Production with international soloists, highly praised chorus and full orchestra – Bizet’s CARMEN
Senbla presents Opera International’s award-winning Ellen Kent Production with international soloists, highly-praised chorus and full orchestra – Puccini’s TOSCA
Set in the magnificent gardens of Stonor Park, ‘Stonor Park Proms’ is a spectacular classical concert that will be a night to remember for the whole family.
Welsh National Opera’s much-loved production of The Barber of Seville – set around a traditional Spanish piazza – partners wonderfully with Rossini’s witty and expressive melodies.
Madam Butterfly is a powerful story of unrequited love, human pain and suffering which is magnificently intensified by Puccini’s glorious music, promising a night of drama and emotion.
A performance by Opera Anywhere of the especially popular comic opera The Mikado – the story of a tangled web of love set in Japan and the most frequently performed Savoy Opera – at The Players Theatre, Thame.
A performance by Opera Anywhere of the especially popular comic opera The Mikado – the story of a tangled web of love set in Japan and the most frequently performed Savoy Opera.
Oxford Bach Choir perform two popular choral French masterpieces – Fauré: Cantique de Jean Racine and Duruflé: Requiem – in a concert to be streamed free from the Sheldonian Theatre.
George Caird conducts Oxford Sinfonia in Mozart Symphony No. 29, and Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 and Mozart Divertimento K131 at the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford.