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Jericho Comedy Festival

Monday 31st May – Sunday 6th June

Time: 7pm & 9pm shows

Price: Varies on performer

Enjoy an evening full of laughter on the Oxford Castle courtyard! 14 shows over 7 nights with stand up routines from rising stars to Channel 4 favourites; including Marcus Brigstoke, Laura Lexx, Ivo Graham, Angela Barnes, Rosie Jones, Mark Watson and many more.

The Three Musketeers

Friday 11th & Saturday 12th June

Time: 7pm

Price: £10 per adult, £7.50 per child

The Three Musketeers performed at a medieval castle… It’s a no-brainer! Sharpen your swords, lace up your boots, stick a feather in your hat and enjoy this fun family show. A whirlwind of wit and (S)Wordplay awaits you.

Blood Oil (Part of the OFF BEAT Festival)

Friday 25TH June

Time: 7.30pm

Price: £10 per ticket

Blood Oil is a telling story full of emotion, hope and the insanities of war. Follow a mother and daughter as they fight to survive warring factions. Brought to you by Mandala Theatre Company in partnership with Old Fire Station and Offbeat Festival.

Tom’s Midnight Garden

Thursday 1st July & Friday 2nd July

Time: 6.30pm & 8pm showings

Price: £12 per adult, £10 per child/concession

Frankly Speaking Productions brings the first ever ballet adaptation of the much-loved children’s classic Tom’s Midnight Garden. When Tom is exiled to his Aunts dreary house, he fears his holidays are doomed. However, the vast old house hides some enchanting and wonderous secrets…

The Oxford Shakespeare Festival

12th July – 21st August

Time: 7.30pm

Price: £17 per adult, £14.50 per child/concession

The Oxford Shakespeare Festival is back for its 11th Year. Enjoy summer evenings of Shakespeare’s finest works; Twelfth Night (Tomahawk Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (BMH Productions) and Much Ado About Nothing (Siege Theatre). Isn’t it lovely to have our Oxford summer staples back once again?

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