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Thu 2 Apr 2020

Oxford Playhouse Launches

New Creative Programme

Oxford Playhouse has announced the launch of a new programme of work, Playhouse Plays On: The Creativity Continues, to encourage creativity and

Tue 31 Mar 2020

Balanced Installations

Losing Venus at Pitt Rivers

Pitt Rivers exhibition highlights the impact of British colonialism on queer lives around the world

Mon 23 Mar 2020

Entering the scene in the early 80s, English synth-pop band Blancmange return with a new album, Mindset, which will be the third album co-written and produced by Benge and

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Mon 23 Mar 2020

“A Very Messy Bed”

The navigation of transgender rights in 2020

Non-binary transgender commentator, Katy Jon Went spends half their year travelling the country for talks and training (we speak at the end of February, following a trip to

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Thu 19 Mar 2020

"I don't want to spread coronavirus but I'd still love to party"   Wychwood’s house band Thrill Collins are programming The Hobgoblin stage and inviting

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Mon 16 Mar 2020

Multi-platinum selling vocal harmony group, The Overtones are delighted to announce their 11th UK Tour taking place this June/July 2020, in celebration of ten years of the Overtones. In 2019,

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Wed 11 Mar 2020

Christopher Green

“The unique set of circumstances that is me”

Amidst the running of his new performance No Show, we spoke to playwright and performer Christopher Green, to find out what it’s all about. The basis of the play revolves around the question,

Fri 6 Mar 2020

The Rise of The Fizz

with Jay Aston

Ahead of the release of their long-awaited new album Smoke and Mirrors, we spoke to original band member of The Fizz (formerly Bucks Fizz), Jay Aston, to discuss the band’s past, present

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Wed 4 Mar 2020

Bodies, Radio, Mental Health and Erotica

The Patchwork Career of Juliette Burton

I first encountered Juliette Burton about seven years ago, when she brought When I Grow Up to Liverpool John Moores University at the request of one of my drama tutors. “You had a lovely