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Chipping Norton Theatre

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2 Spring Street, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 5NL
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Antony Hinchcliffe

A varied selection artwork, a lot of it new pieces, including oils, acrylic and charcoal depicting subjects from seascapes to figurative and abstract landscapes.

Wed 26 Apr

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Ballet Central

The company performs a diverse repertoire of works by Sir Matthew Bourne, Christopher Bruce, Liam Scarlett and former English National Ballet's Jenna Lee.

Fri 9 Jun

£15.50 (£13.50)

Burton

Burton

Miles Productions presents the story of the life of Welsh actor Richard Burton performed as a solo drama, tracing his story from humble beginnings to his life as a world famous film star.

Thu 8 Jun

£14 (£12)

Bye Bye Baby: A Celebration Of Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons

Jamie Ledwith scales the falsetto heights of Frankie Valli, along with snappy choreography and a vast catalogue of hits making for a memorable and unforgettable night of nostalgia.

Fri 30 Jun

£19.50

Darkside: The Pink Floyd Show

Tribute act.

Sat 6 May

£17.50

Fairport Convention

Fairport Convention

Veteran folk group whose current line-up features founding member Simon Nicol with Gerry Conway, Chris Leslie, Dave Pegg and Ric Sanders.

Tue 30 May

£25

Gloriator

Gloriator

Angus Barr directs a clown show devised and performed by French-English female double-act Spitz & Co, inspired by Ridley Scott's Gladiator.

Tue 20 Jun

£14; £8.50 under 26s (£12)

The Island

John terry directs Athol Fugard, John Kani and Winston Ntshona's political drama set in South Africa, about two men who prepare for an act of defiance, drawing on the stories of Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was held prisoner for 27 years.

Wed 10 May

£15; £5 under 26s (£13)

Thu 11 May

£15; £5 under 26s (£13)

Fri 12 May

£15; £5 under 26s (£13)

Sat 13 May

£15; £5 under 26s (£13)

Mon 15 May

£15; £5 under 26s (£13)

Tue 16 May

£15; £5 under 26s (£13)

Wed 17 May

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Thu 18 May

£15; £5 under 26s (£13)

Fri 19 May

£15; £5 under 26s (£13)

Sat 20 May

£15; £5 under 26s (£13)

Kiss Me, Kate: The Chipping Norton Amateur Operatic Society

Cole Porter's musical adaptation of Shakespeare's The Taming Of The Shrew.

Thu 25 May

£14; £12 mat

Fri 26 May

£14; £12 mat

Sat 27 May

£14; £12 mat

Mark Thomas: A Show That Gambles On The Future (Work In Progress)

Red Shed is the third part in a trilogy that started with the multi award-winning shows Bravo Figaro and Cuckooed. Thomas returns to the place where he first started to perform in public, a red wooden shed in Wakefield, the Labour Club, to celebrate the club's 50th birthday and a political legacy that is still being felt deeply by the local community.

Mon 8 May

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Opera Anywhere: HMS Pinafore

Gilbert And Sullivan's satirical tale of forbidden love and shocking revelations of class and identity, with songs including Little Buttercup and He Is An Englishman.

Sat 17 Jun

£20 (Children £13 under 16s)

Opera Anywhere: The Pirates Of Penzance

A swashbuckling Gilbert and Sullivan operetta about an apprentice pirate, who falls head over heels in love with one of the Major-General's daughters.

Fri 16 Jun

£20 (Children £13 under 16s)

Pauline Nolan & Wendy Todd: Tangled Dreams

This exhibition celebrates the work of two friends who frequently exhibit together, featuring works by Nolan primarily in acrylic paint and ink and Todd's re-purposed projects made from vintage scraps and oddments.

Thu 25 May

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Petre Smith: Kwisiqithi

This touring photo exhibition furthers the themes in the latest Homegrown production The Island.

Tue 9 May

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Rosemary Ashe: Call Me Merman

A tribute to the inimitable Ethel Merman, the first lady of American musical theatre. Call Me Merman takes you on an irreverent retrospective of many of Broadway's greatest shows.

Sun 4 Jun

£16.50

Royal Shakespeare Company: Julius Caesar

Royal Shakespeare Company: Julius Caesar
  • 2017
  • UK
  • 152 min
  • Directed by: Angus Jackson
  • Cast: Andrew Woodall, Alex Waldmann, Jon Tarcy, James Corrigan

Angus Jackson directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy, as the race to claim the empire spirals out of control.

Wed 26 Apr

Currently a theatre and mainstream cinema, this building started as a Salvation Army Citadel in 1888.

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