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TV presenter and author Simon Reeve is calling on people to take a chance for a braver life and to experience the ‘wild’ in his new tour – To The Ends Of The Earth – which comes to Oxford in October.
This gloriously lavish production is brought to the stage by an internationally renowned creative team and will feature a world-class company of talented performers and a full-scale orchestra.
Loose Women is hitting the road for the very first time this autumn with Loose Women Live – and 80s pop legend Martin Kemp is set to join them as a special guest at Oxford New Theatre.
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, the smash-hit musical, has announced further casting for the 2023/24 UK Tour, which stops at New Theatre Oxford from 12 to 30 December.
Following a hugely successful run in the West End, the producers of the smash hit Pretty Woman: The Musical have announced the casting for the UK and Ireland tour
18th-century France collides with 20th-century post-war America in a fantastical adventure in WNO’s new production of Bernstein’s Candide, which heads to Oxford on 08 July.
The smash-hit and critically acclaimed musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie has announced the initial casting for its second UK & Ireland tour, which visits New Theatre Oxford from Tuesday, 12 to Saturday, 30 December 2023.
Following its record-breaking run at the Dominion Theatre, Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story on Stage has announced its 2023 UK & Ireland tour, including a stopover in Oxford in July.
It was a tail-wagging adventure down Easy Street as Annie and the lovable pedigree pooch ‘Sandy’ took to the stage at New Theatre Oxford.
The future stars of dance are headed out on a major UK tour, including one night only at Chipping Norton Theatre on Saturday, 17 June.
This April will see New York City’s pop-jazz sensation Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox land in the UK. The extraordinary 23-date run includes a stop at Oxford’s New Theatre on 15 April.