Ahead of Don Quixote‘s arrival at Oxford’s Covered Market this month, we have been delving into our venue’s heritage and exploring some of the other fascinating ventures going on inside. Today we spoke to Debbie Dance from Oxford Preservation Trust (OPT) about one such project. “The Covered Market is a gem in the heart of…Details
This month Creation Theatre is bringing Don Quixote, a story that has spanned over 400 years of history, to Oxford’s Covered Market, a place with a historical journey of its own. As vibrant a place now as it has always been, the market bustles with life by day. But what happens when the stores close…Details
Eric maclennan Eric MacLennanBorn in Scotland. Studied Theatre at the University of Warwick. Trained with Jacques Lecoq. Theatre includes: Three Sisters (Almeida Theatre) Summer and Smoke (Almeida Theatre and West End) Olivier Award Winner 2019 – “Best Revival”. Brave New World (Creation Theatre); 1984(Creation Theatre); A Tale of Two Cities (Chung Ying Theatre); Government Inspector, Annie Get Your Gun (Young Vic); Backwards (Station House Opera); Gormenghast (David Glass Ensemble);One Snowy…Details
“I’VE GOT A TEXT!”If you’re feeling a void in your heart after the final of Love Island, never fear… The spin off programme ‘Prospero’s Island’ is here to turn your head and turn you into a cheese melt.It’s factor 50, 100% your type on paper and #awkwardFind out what happens in tonight’s episode, Miranda and Ferdinand…Details
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.