If you are looking for a young child’s first visit to the theatre, then My First Ballet-Sleeping Beauty at Oxford’s New Theatre is well worth going to. It is a colourful and spellbinding show for […]
This jug includes a free water quality meter which lets you test your water, so you can have peace of mind knowing your filtered water is of a top quality.
Mon 13 May 2019 – Sat 18 May 2019 If you are looking for a good night out, with a touch of panto and carry on, plus some great upbeat music from the 1980’s then […]
A review by Jolanta Ryba Swan Lake (Russian: Лебединое озеро Lebedinoye ozero), is a ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1875–76. Despite it being an initial failure, it is now one of the most […]
A gadget review by Nicholas Newman Being a journalist means for much of my time I am chained to my desk typing away at my computer all day. This means I am always changing my […]
The musical features many of the group’s pop hits from the Sixties such as Big Girls Don’t Cry, Oh What a Night and Can’t Take My Eyes off of You.
A review by Julia Gasper The Oxford Opera Society put on its inaugural event on Monday 26th November at the Church of St Michael’s at the Northgate. This enterprising group of young musicians have many […]
A review by Julia Gasper La Traviata is an old favourite but this revival of a classic production by WNO brings it up as fresh as if you had never heard it before. It really […]
A review of Oxford Millennium Orchestra Last Friday night, the Oxford Millennium Orchestra performed at Oxford’s Sheldonian Theatre a series of pieces from various well know operas including Rossini’s Barber of Seville, Mozart’s Magic Flute, and […]
Tango Moderno at Oxford’s New Theatre, is simply great! It’s a great piece of family entertainment for all ages. It reminds me of the music and dance shows based on the particular theme, so […]