For over 40 years, Aled Jones MBE has been the (un)official ‘voice of Christmas’ since recording Walking In The Air for the 1982 adaptation of the Raymond Briggs’ classic, The Snowman.
London-based female quartet, The Big Moon are back on tour following a summer of festivals, and on 15 November they’re coming to Oxford’s O2 Academy.
Pretty Woman the Musical is on at New Theatre Oxford until Saturday 9 December. Starring Amber Davis as Vivian and Oliver Savile as Edward with Natalie Paris as wise-cracking Kit de Luca.
The wonderful Kim Harvey, owner of The Mad Hatter Bookshop in Burford (and Creative Director of The Burford Literary Festival) shares her reading suggestions on this month’s theme.
Oxfordshire Artweeks artists take us on a winters walk and back home to the warmth of the hearth. Visit their on-line show at artweeks.org/latestshow to see more great art and craft that’s perfect for Christmas.
Charles Dickens has been credited with ‘inventing’ Christmas as we know it today or – perhaps more accurately – ‘re-inventing’ the festivity, thanks to the immediate and enduring popularity of his 1843 classic, A Christmas Carol.
Come, gather round to learn more of the mythical animals and characters they chose to showcase this autumn and hear their stories.
The Reading Rep Theatre in Berkshire has today announced their first ever repertory company, who will mark a milestone for the organisation by performing two productions in rep for the first time in the Berkshire theatre’s history.
Last night’s dazzling performance of The Bodyguard – starring multi-platinum Australian artist Emily Williams as Rachel Marron and Ayden Callaghan as Frank Farmer – left audiences in high spirits after a classic feel-good night of fun and drama.