ROOM
Jun
24
11:00 am11:00

ROOM

  • The Old Fire Station

Welcome to ROOM, a story that we tell together. One audience member. 20 minutes. Everything is live and improvised in response to your imagination. Crazy? Surreal? Quiet? Romantic? Far out? Far in. Anything can happen. ROOM takes place every half hour between 11am and 7.30pm. Ages 7+ (any children must be accompanied by an adult). 20 minutes. In the OFS Loft. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Dr. Zeiffal, Dr. Zeigal and The Hippo That Can Never Be Caught!
Jun
24
12:00 pm12:00

Dr. Zeiffal, Dr. Zeigal and The Hippo That Can Never Be Caught!

  • The Old Fire Station

Calling all hippo expert enthusiasts! Award-winning family comedy that will have kids storming the stage. Join Dr Zeiffal on the hunt for the hippo that can never be caught! Expect belly laughs, belly flops and fantastical falling over in this brilliant new adventure. Ages 4+ (but all welcome). 1 hour. In the OFS Loft. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Organic Entity
Jun
24
2:45 pm14:45

Organic Entity

  • The Old Fire Station

Choreographers Anna Watkins, Neus Gil Cortés and Salah El Brogy explore human condition across age and time, setting them against the backdrop of our current plural society. Based on scientific research, these three new dance pieces explore our animal body, our critical mind and our need for transcendence in an intense triple bill. Ages 12+. 75 mins. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK NOW.

Fall Out
Jun
24
5:30 pm17:30

Fall Out

  • The Old Fire Station

Tap company Old Kent Road present a journey through quintessential jazz entangling movement within the graceful perspective of tap dance. So we ask you, how did it feel, when you fell out of love? All ages. 1 hour. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Mr Mineshaft
Jun
24
7:00 pm19:00

Mr Mineshaft

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

What do you do when you can't stop falling? Mr Mineshaft rediscovers the extraordinary life and work of forgotten virtuoso black composer Julius Eastman, articulating his pitiful fall from the heights of America's classical avant-garde, to depths of drug addiction and vagrancy. Ages 16+. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Boris - the Musical!
Jun
24
8:00 pm20:00

Boris - the Musical!

  • The Old Fire Station

Watch the rise, fall and unfortunate rise again of our new Foreign Secretary. Hear the (soon to be) smash hits, "I'm talking about Brexit", "Posh Lads" and "BeLeave!" Relive last year's Brexit fiasco almost to the day - in song! Ages 14+. 1 hour. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Chris Coltrane: Make Love and Smash Fascism.
Jun
24
9:00 pm21:00

Chris Coltrane: Make Love and Smash Fascism.

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

Comedian and activist Chris Coltrane makes his Oxford debut with another hour of uplifting, Tory-smashing comedy. If you love the NHS, libraries, kindness and joy, this show is for you. World-class punchlines guaranteed.*
(*Not legally binding). Ages 16+. 1 hour. This is a work-in-progress. In the BT Studio. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Wandering Wires
Jun
24
9:55 pm21:55

Wandering Wires

  • The Old Fire Station

A five-piece jazz-electronic band from Oxford University (with inspiration drawn from artists such as Jon Hopkins, Floating Points, Bonobo and Robert Glasper), Wandering Wires was formed in April 2016. Their debut album Departures was released in October 2016 to critical acclaim, with the band featuring on BBC Introducing’s national show. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

COW
Jun
25
2:00 pm14:00

COW

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

"I have been trying to take charge over the past couple of days, I mean just for starters, because there are several issues. Friendly is clearly with me. Say hello Friendly. Oh no you can't, you're a cow." Beth wants to borrow a tractor, but she won't say why. Cow is about a girl, a cow and the ways people ask for help. Ages 15+. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Me & My Bee
Jun
25
3:00 pm15:00

Me & My Bee

  • The Old Fire Station

Climate change is massive. Bees aren’t. Our fuzzy little friends need our help, so we are launching a political party disguised as a party party disguised as a show and you are all invited to join us. In fact, you definitely should. Before it is too late. We plan to plant the seeds of thought for change. Ages 5+. 45 minutes. This is a work in progress. In the OFS Theatre. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

The Room Of Lost Things
Jun
25
4:00 pm16:00

The Room Of Lost Things

  • The Old Fire Station

Rosie is going on an adventure. Rosie also has dementia. She knows she needs to save Henry, but how? And where did he go? Inspired by secrets collected from the people of Oxford, The Room Of Lost Things is a story of love, family, mystery and memory loss. Ages 12+. 1 hour. This is a work in progress. In the OFS Loft. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Aunusthan
Jun
25
4:30 pm16:30

Aunusthan

  • The Old Fire Station

Pagrav, meaning sound of feet, was founded by its Urja Thakores to promote the Indian classical dance style Kathak in its purest form. For Aunusthan (celebrations) the company showcase different elements of this beautiful dance form. Ages 5+. 1hr, 15mins. In The OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Hervé
Jun
25
5:00 pm17:00

Hervé

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

A one-man show with music, dance and stories. This provocative and humorous show is based on a true story. A busker of French African descent tells the extraordinary tale of his adoption and upbringing by an unconventional white Belgian couple who travelled the world. A highly entertaining piece about a deadly serious matter – diversity. Ages 15+. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Sajeela Kershi: Paradise Beneath Her Feet
Jun
25
5:45 pm17:45

Sajeela Kershi: Paradise Beneath Her Feet

  • The Old Fire Station

Work-in-progress show from this multi-award winning comedian. The Koran states 'Paradise lies beneath a mothers feet'  A difficult concept for a feminist suffering from sweaty smelly feet to understand. But what about women who choose not to have children? are they to be punished and denied paradise? Ages 15+. 1 hour. This is a work in progress. In the OFS Studio. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Unconditional
Jun
25
7:00 pm19:00

Unconditional

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

Me and my mum want to make a show together. We don’t know yet what it will be. She wants it to be called Unconditional. I’m not sure about that title yet but she will probably get her way… We want to test where the word ‘unconditional’ will lead us. Mothers, daughters, love and LIMITS. Is this ‘bond’ unbreakable? Ages 12+. 50 mins. This is a work in progress. In the BT Studio. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Viv Groskop: Anchorwoman
Jun
25
8:00 pm20:00

Viv Groskop: Anchorwoman

  • The Old Fire Station

Following her five star sold-out 2016 Edinburgh show Be More Margo, BBC Radio 4’s Viv Groskop presents her latest work-in-progress. Anchorwoman is a show exploring our relationship with the news, asking why exactly all the news is so annoying at the moment. There might be quite a lot to say. Ages 16+. 50mins. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Collector of Tears
Jun
26
6:15 pm18:15

Collector of Tears

  • The Old Fire Station

Tanya is an outcast, hunted by those who misunderstand her, unable to age until she has cried, she must collect the tears of others in glass bottles down the centuries – and through her stories, bear witness to the pain and suffering of the people, until the day when she finally stands up to be counted – and learns how to cry.  Ages 14+. 1 hour.  In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

The Class Project
Jun
26
6:30 pm18:30

The Class Project

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

This is a show about belonging. About tribes and families. About the place you belong because you were born there and it’s in your blood, but also the places you adopt; that you pretend are your home, and the places you change yourself to try and belong in. Rebecca Atkinson-Lord presents this personal show about class mobility, regional identity and being a Thatcher’s child. Ages 11+. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Sometimes I Smile Politely
Jun
26
7:30 pm19:30

Sometimes I Smile Politely

  • The Old Fire Station

Whether on the street or in school, work or at home, there are times in a woman's life when she feels she has no choice but to smile politely... well, sod that. A show about how Ness Lyons learned to speak the fuck up about objectionable things. Ages 14+. 1 hour. In the OFS Loft. £8. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Dis-Covery
Jun
26
8:45 pm20:45

Dis-Covery

  • The Old Fire Station

Finding. Invention. Uni-verses of verse. Dis-Covery is performance poet, student and general busybody René Sharanya Verma's first solo spoken-word show, comprising reflections on words and worlds both triumphant and tremulous, profane and profound. Ages 18+. 30 minutes. This is a work in progress.  In the OFS Loft. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Finding Mr Paramour
Jun
27
6:30 pm18:30

Finding Mr Paramour

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

Tim Paramour was Deputy Head of a large primary school when he walked away from the profession that had been his life for over twelve years. A year on Tim shares his story in a poignant and unexpected way with documentary theatre experts, Kinoteater, from Estonia. Ages 11+. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

She's A Good Boy
Jun
27
7:30 pm19:30

She's A Good Boy

  • The Old Fire Station

Elise is called pretty the same amount of times as being called sir in an average week. Elise is often asked, Are you a boy or a girl? the answer to this question is: No.  A solo show exploring non-binary gender using Elise's real everyday life experiences. Ages 11+. 30 mins. This is a work in progress. In the OFS Studio. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Medea Electronica
Jun
27
8:00 pm20:00

Medea Electronica

  • The Old Fire Station

A wild and imaginative gig-theatre retelling of the ancient Greek tragedy, set in the technological turbulence of the 1980s. With the discovery of her husband's deceit and betrayal, Medea is driven to embark on a journey of savage revenge and destruction. Ages 16+. 1 hour. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Fran & Leni
Jun
27
8:30 pm20:30

Fran & Leni

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

1976. Fran & Leni meet in a North London comp. Three years later they are The Rips. Girls with guitars, bored of playing nice. Music, sex, tits & spitting. A two-girl escape from everything sugar and spice. 'I was the punk. I was born punk. But she was my rock. The only one I ever had.' Ages 14+. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Everything Wrong With You is Beautiful
Jun
27
8:30 pm20:30

Everything Wrong With You is Beautiful

  • The Old Fire Station

Award-winning poet, Tina Sederholm still feels like a failure. A recovering perfectionist, she is trying to find the beauty in her flaws, even those she finds more monstrous than Trump. Is it possible that eating too much cake and buying too many dresses are actually signposts back to happiness? Ages 14+. 1 hour. In the OFS Studio. £8. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Signs
Jun
28
6:15 pm18:15

Signs

  • The Old Fire Station

A contemporary dance piece fusing contemporary dance with British Sign Language. Performed by two female dancers, this exciting and intricate duet takes inspiration from Colin Thompson's poem 'If I told you I was deaf would you turn away'. Ages 8+. 30 minutes. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Mine
Jun
28
6:30 pm18:30

Mine

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

“She loves him. Isn’t that what parents do? But is it possible to love someone like that?” Mine is an intense monologue, examining what a parent must overcome when their child is arrested for something unspeakable. Ages 16+. 50 mins. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Nathan & Ida's Hot Dog Stand
Jun
28
7:00 pm19:00

Nathan & Ida's Hot Dog Stand

  • The Old Fire Station

Nathan and Ida Hardwerker left the old country to build a better life for themselves in a new world: taking with them nothing but a will to succeed and a secret recipe for sauce. Hitch a ride on this comedy roller-coaster of dance, mime and clowning where business is brutal but hot dogs will never let you down. Ages 13+. 45 mins. In the OFS Studio. £8. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Just A Few Words
Jun
28
8:00 pm20:00

Just A Few Words

  • The Old Fire Station

Just a few words to say how you feel. Shouldn’t take long. Except, this is a one-man play with a stammer, and Nye Russell-Thompson’s speech is lost as a nagging pile of thoughts won't stop interrupting him… This may take a while. A darkly comic grapple with the awkward task of expression. Ages 13+. 1 hour. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Planet Earth III
Jun
28
8:30 pm20:30

Planet Earth III

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

2017: The BBC is bust and the planet is too - following ecological collapse, thousands of endangered species are extinct, including the BBC. But one plucky intern isn't giving up - and on programming schedule, we're getting series three. Armed with obsolete office supplies and a surreal imagination, nature's weirdos are brought back to life by Luke Rollason. Ages 12+. 45 mins. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

The Deep
Jun
29
5:00 pm17:00

The Deep

  • The Old Fire Station

A day in the life of one man and the fishing community that sustains him. A day in which he must face his fears and desires in a desperate attempt to survive amongst the ice-cold waters off the coast of Iceland. Ages 14+. 1 hour. This is a wok in progress. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Ballistic
Jun
29
6:15 pm18:15

Ballistic

  • The Old Fire Station

He tries his best with girls. He tries his best with mates. But things just don’t seem to be going right. So he’s making a change. Inspired by mass shooter Elliot Rodger’s manifesto, Ballistic is a one-man tour-de-force about the life of a loner. Ages 16+. 1 hour. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Mercutio and Tybalt
Jun
29
6:30 pm18:30

Mercutio and Tybalt

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

Before Romeo and Juliet, there was another secret love affair even more forbidden. A pair of star-cross'd lovers fall in love in Verona. Interlacing modern and Shakespearean text and told in a nonlinear way, the play traces the untold tumultuous relationship - love and betrayal, jealousy and lies - between Mercutio and Tybalt. Ages 14+. 55 mins. In the BT Studio. Sold out. MORE INFO.

Mark Thomas: A Show That Gambles On The Future
Jun
29
8:00 pm20:00

Mark Thomas: A Show That Gambles On The Future

  • The Old Fire Station

Few predicted the events of the past year. Mark sets out to find what the future has in store for us by asking the audience what their predictions for the future are, creating a fantastical, hilarious and sometimes accurate vision of the world. This show is all about gambling on the future. Ages 16+. 1 hour. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Confessions of a Sex Addict
Jun
29
8:30 pm20:30

Confessions of a Sex Addict

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

Frank has everything going for him. Exciting job, loving wife, beautiful daughter. But Frank has a secret - he is one of the thousands of sex addicts living in the UK. Watch Frank as his life unravels and join him on his descent into a shadow world of compulsivity and excess. A darkly humorous and unsettling account of one man’s search for redemption. Ages 18+. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Low Island + Dolly Mavies
Jun
29
9:55 pm21:55

Low Island + Dolly Mavies

  • The Old Fire Station

Oxford quartet Low Island made a flying start with the recent release of their debut EP ‘Just About Somewhere’ which has received close to 1 million streams on Spotify alone. Dolly Mavies is a singer, songwriter and guitarist from Oxfordshire. With Welsh roots and soulful sounds, Dolly's music captivates, with haunting vocals and ambient tones. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Comedy Workshop: Let Your Idiot Off The Leash
Jun
30
2:00 pm14:00

Comedy Workshop: Let Your Idiot Off The Leash

  • The Old Fire Station

A radically playful and physically liberating workshop for creatives of any discipline who are curious to develop a greater sense of connection in their work. Led by “bold, subversive and very funny” (★★★★ The Scotsman) performance maker, Helen Duff. Ages 18+. In the OFS Studio. £15. (Book Helen Duff’s show and workshop for £20). MORE INFO AND BOOK.

We Are Ian
Jun
30
6:15 pm18:15

We Are Ian

  • The Old Fire Station

1989. A frenzy of drugs, beats and bucket hats. We weren’t even born. But Ian was. And Ian does remember. We’ve got fuck all now (Ian tells us). So, we’re going back to 1989. We’re gonna neck a brown biscuit. We’re gonna get off our peanuts. We’re gonna bounce around like idiots. And Ian’s going to show us how… Ages 14+. 45 mins. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

When The Going Gets Duff
Jun
30
8:00 pm20:00

When The Going Gets Duff

  • The Old Fire Station

'Master of shamelessly silly yet socially conscious clowning’ Helen Duffreturns with a bold, subversive and very funny new comedy show about life as fully exposed idiot. Ages 16+. 1 hour. In the OFS Theatre. £10. (Book Helen Duff’s show and workshop for £20) MORE INFO AND BOOK.

I'm The Hero of This Story
Jun
30
8:30 pm20:30

I'm The Hero of This Story

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

A spoken word performance about not fitting in. This is a performance trying to solve the questions Roxanne has been asking for the past year. Exploring the positives of failure, social expectations, gender politics and dating in the digital age, Roxanne Carney tries her best to answer. Ages 18+. 1 hour. This is a work in progress. In the BT Studio. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Haula
Jun
30
9:55 pm21:55

Haula

  • The Old Fire Station

Haula is an emerging singer/songwriter with an expressive and powerful sound while exposing an arresting honesty and deep-seated vulnerability. With her African roots, classical piano training and myriad of disparate musical influences, the classically trained pianist is not your average artist. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Wrecked
Jul
1
Jul 2

Wrecked

  • Burton Taylor Studio

Sam is on the run. She has stolen a car, crashed it and is trapped with no way out. What happens when you hit a dead end and it feels like your life is a write off? Join her only seconds after she has crashed it; be one of just six passengers as Sam attempts to unravel her past and find a way out as she attempts to put the pieces of her life back together. Ages 14+. Meet at the Burton Taylor Studio. 45 mins. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Searching Shadows
Jul
1
2:00 pm14:00

Searching Shadows

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

A story about x-rays and emigration, told with an assortment of old slides, a record player and a desk lamp. In 27 fragments, Orley pieces together the unusual life of her grandfather and the origins of radiology to tell a tale about bones, shadows and lucky escapes. Ages 12+. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

What We Leave Behind
Jul
1
3:15 pm15:15

What We Leave Behind

  • The Old Fire Station

How do we remember those who have died? Why are we so attached to their stuff? Have you ever pictured your own funeral? Erin Blolens has. She's pictured yours too. Not everyone will be in black and at least one person will just be there for the buffet. Ages 12+. 1 hour. In the OFS Loft. £8. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

HIP
Jul
1
4:30 pm16:30

HIP

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

Jolie Booth’s immersive solo show introduces a flat caught between two timelines: the home of Anne Clarke in 70s bohemian Brighton, and a squat established by Jolie in 2002. Be transported to a living room with hypnotic OHP, cushions and incense for soothing and passionate storytelling. Ages 16+. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

The Ocean Queen
Jul
1
4:45 pm16:45

The Ocean Queen

  • The Top Room

Three estranged sisters discover their demented mother is about to blow their inheritance on a luxury cruise. Determined the tyrannical national treasure shall not have the last laugh, they pocket the money, transform her drawing room into the deck of the Ocean Queen and convince her she is sailing to Madeira. Ages 12+. 2 hours. This is a work in progress. In the Oxford Playhouse's Top Room. Sold out. MORE INFO.

Juliette Burton: Butterfly Effect (Edinburgh Fringe preview)
Jul
1
5:00 pm17:00

Juliette Burton: Butterfly Effect (Edinburgh Fringe preview)

  • The Old Fire Station

Following total sell-out shows at Edinburgh Fringe 2015 & 2016, award-winning comedian Juliette Burton investigates the power of kindness in a brand new docu-comedy. At a time when most of us find it hard enough being kind to ourselves – let alone others – is being nice outdated? Or can we still connect and change lives for the better? Ages 14+. 1 hour. This is a work in progress. In the OFS Loft. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

The Submission
Jul
1
5:30 pm17:30

The Submission

  • The Old Fire Station

A tale of transitions and arrivals. Three characters wind their way through paper-thin premises, scrape off the wallpaper to find the horrors that lie beneath. Dark and funny, The Submission melds theatre clowning and choreography to explore the journeys between the stories. Ages 12+. 50 minutes. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Georgie Morrell; A Poke in the Eye
Jul
1
6:00 pm18:00

Georgie Morrell; A Poke in the Eye

  • The Old Fire Station

One woman. One eye. And her (sort of) blind life… Using her wit, charm and anecdotes Georgie tells the story of how she went blind but now she can see…literally. Do your other senses really get stronger? Is it wrong to crack onto your doctor?  Will I get a new eye that shoots lasers? Ages 18+. 1 hour. In the OFS Studio. £8. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

The Marriage of Kim K
Jul
1
8:00 pm20:00

The Marriage of Kim K

  • The Old Fire Station

The Marriage of Kim K is a dizzying take on Mozart's Marriage of Figaro. Three musical landscapes gradually build themselves up before tearing each other to pieces. Our heroes discover the meaning of love in the modern world. Brisk, clever, and vaultingly ambitious. Ages 16+. 75 mins. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Tiernan Douieb: Miserably Happy
Jul
1
9:00 pm21:00

Tiernan Douieb: Miserably Happy

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

‘Very friendly but fiercely political’ (Time Out) comedian Tiernan Douieb considers if ignorance is indeed bliss, and if so, surely he shouldn't know that. A new hour of satirical gags and nonsense musings from ‘Opinionated yet likeable’ (The Guardian) Douieb. Ages 14+. 1 hour. This is a work in progress. In the BT Studio. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Aleena's Garden
Jul
2
10:30 am10:30

Aleena's Garden

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

Aleena’s Garden is an interactive sensory adventure through the seasons for 0 – 3 years old and their grown ups, with lights, colour, touch, original music and Makaton sign language. Underneath the canopy of Aleena's tree, the young audience will be led on an exciting journey through the natural world. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £5 (adult & child). MORE INFO AND BOOK.

The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch
Jul
2
12:00 pm12:00

The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch

  • The Old Fire Station

A new musical storytelling adaptation of The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch. For lighthouse keeper, Mr Grinling, lunch is the highlight of the day. But Mr Grinling isn’t the only one who enjoys the delicious food. Some greedy seagulls keep stealing his lunch! Can Mr and Mrs Grinling come up with a plan to stop them? Ages 3+. 50 mins. In the OFS Theatre. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

I'm Standing Next To You
Jul
2
2:00 pm14:00

I'm Standing Next To You

  • The Old Fire Station

Our world has never been more connected. So why is it that an increasing number of people feel isolated and alone? I’m Standing Next To You is an award-winning promenade play that invites audiences to become part of a lonely crowd. Ages 16+. 1 hour. In the OFS Loft. £8. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Four Corners
Jul
2
3:00 pm15:00

Four Corners

  • The Old Fire Station

Inclusive company BLIN K Dance Theatre weaves dance, original live music and storytelling. Step inside the lives of four strangers as their worlds begin to tangle out of control. ‘It is thrilling to see something so personal, accessible and inviting brought to a stage.’ - A Younger Theatre. All performances are relaxed and friendly. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

6 Women
Jul
2
4:00 pm16:00

6 Women

  • The Old Fire Station

6 Women is about the extraordinariness of ordinary women and tells real stories of bravery, courage, and defiance from women across Oxfordshire. It will feature six women each from a different decade of their lives, aged between 20-80, and will ask what it is like to be a woman today and how much age changes one’s perspective. All ages. 1 hour. This is a work-in-progress. In the OFS Studio. £5. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Todd & God
Jul
2
5:00 pm17:00

Todd & God

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

A slacker atheist is chosen as the next messiah. Awkward. Fortunately, God does have a sense of humour (after all, she designed the penis). This is her latest start-up. This is religion 2.0. A comedy about why we believe, that asks: what would you do, if you could change the world? Ages 12+. 70 mins. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Swan
Jul
2
7:00 pm19:00

Swan

  • The Old Fire Station

Elf Lyons wants to do a full scale production of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. In an hour. In French. Because she doesn’t think Tschaikovsky knew that much about swans. In this standup show, anything is possible. An insane ballet comedy mime spectacle full of joy and weirdness. Ages 16+. 1 hour. In the OFS Loft. £8. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Theatre Pub Quiz
Jul
2
8:00 pm20:00

Theatre Pub Quiz

  • The Old Fire Station

This relaxed pub quiz is open to everyone. Test your theatre knowledge and meet other theatre fans! Bring a team of 3-5 people or join one on the night. A great way to round off the Offbeat festival as well as an opportunity for people to know more about Oxfordshire Theatre Makers. All ages. 2 hours. In the OFS Bar. £3. MORE INFO AND BOOK.


2 Girls, 1 Hoare
Jun
23
8:30 pm20:30

2 Girls, 1 Hoare

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

Stasia Buckle, Eliza Fraser and David Hoare are 3 Bristol-based comedians, each of whom will be headed to Edinburgh in August 2017 for their first stab at the Fringe Festival. Ages 18+. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

Orange Juice
Jun
23
6:30 pm18:30

Orange Juice

  • The Burton Taylor Studio

Stuck between Ravi, his boisterously libidinous friend, and Miriam, his devout and traditional mother, Adam, a young British Pakistani Muslim is forced to discover who he really is, and who he wants to be. A new play by Karim Khan. Ages 14+. 70 mins. In the BT Studio. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.

What If The Plane Falls Out Of The Sky?
Jun
23
6:15 pm18:15

What If The Plane Falls Out Of The Sky?

  • The Old Fire Station

What if how I feel about the world and myself at 4am is the truth? Join the residents of Fear Camp as they tackle their sense of impending doom with gleeful enthusiasm and complimentary in-flight drinks. A tender, playful, and unusual story about feelings we all recognise. A show for anyone who has ever felt absolutely dreadful. Ages 12+. 75 mins. In the OFS Theatre. £10. MORE INFO AND BOOK.