After boarding “Creation Cruises” at The King’s Centre, Oxford, the audience becomes shipwrecked along with the characters, experiencing the charms of Oxford’s Osney Island while traipsing through the woods, along the river and behind the scenes of local businesses turned into magical playgrounds. (How many Tempests involve a zombie chase in a butcher’s shop?!) On Friday…Details
https://player.pippa.io/5adef5951430081124cb1bba/episodes/episode-24?theme=default&cover=1&latest=1 Emily Walsh does a podcast takeover with stage manager Emily Lawes to discuss Dorian Gray and what’s hiding in The Norrington Room.Details
Sophie from Blackwell’s Bookshop delves into the history of The Picture of Dorian Gray, the nature of sin and what effect it has. All in an attempt to prepare you for what’s in the basement of the Norrington Room. Oscar Wilde’s first and only novel The Picture of Dorian Gray was published in 1890 and…Details
Of course we would say this, but tickets are selling fast, the first four performances of The Tempest are SOLD OUT and because of the Game Theatre format there’s no way we can add more than the existing 140 tickets per show. Get in quick and Book Now.
There’s loads more information on groups, locations and dates in the School of Creativity section of the Creation website.
Madeline talks about being a part of Creation Drama club and how for her it is “A place where (SHE) can just be…” I started Creation Theatre almost five years ago, in 2015, when I was eleven. In all truth, I don’t remember much about my first class with Creation, just that I came away…Details
If you’re looking for a school holiday activity in Oxford, enrol the kids onto our School of Creativity this summer for seven weeks of theatrical workshops and masterclasses for young people aged 6 –19.From 15 July, running throughout summer in : – d’Overbroeck’s, Leckford Place – St Andrew’s Church, Linton Road – Wolvercote School, First Turn – Headington…Details
Jonathan Holloway Director/Writer of this summer’s production of Don Quixote talks us through mashing up a centuries old chivalric code with two ‘third age’ men in a caravan.Have a read of Jonathan’s blog post here.
1) port Meadow In the summer months in Oxford, the sun comes out and people head to Port Meadow. If you set yourself up for a day there you won’t be disappointed. Pack some games, your swimmers, a picnic and Port Meadow will provide the scenery.You wouldn’t expect to find a large stretch of ancient…Details