New Theatre, Oxford
Please note: this is NOT the New Theatre's web site - their site is at www.newtheatreoxford.org.uk, and there is ticket information for the New Theatre at www.atgtickets.com. The listings below are not the full listings for the New Theatre, they are listings for plays, musicals and children's shows. You won't find opera, ballet, comedy acts, singers, bands or magicians listed here. If you have any enquiries about the New Theatre, please contact them, not us.
0844 847 1585.
Customer with disabilities: please call the theatre on 01865 320760. Available Mon-Sat 10am to 6pm.
George Street, Oxford. A map is here. A seating plan is here.
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Oxford, OX1 2AG
Telephone 01865 320760
Horrible Histories - Groovy Greeks, 1st to 5th December
From savage Sparta to angry Athens, discover the truth about growing up in Greece. Take on the Trojans and pummel the Persians. Compete in the first ever Olympic Games and appear in the very first play! Meet your match with the Minotaur and be zapped by Zeus.
Horrible Histories - Incredible Invaders, 2nd to 5th December
The Celts are crunched when the Ruthless Romans invade Britain. Can crazy Caratacus save the nation? Hide behind Hadrian’s Wall. See the Savage Saxons smash their way in. Find out who’s at Sutton Hoo. Will you survive the Vicious Vikings as they sail into the audience? Stop King Alfred burning his buns.
Annie, 15th December to 3rd January
Set in 1930s New York during The Great Depression, brave young Annie is forced to live a life of misery and torment at Miss Hannigan’s orphanage. Determined to find her real parents, her luck changes when she is chosen to spend Christmas at the residence of famous billionaire, Oliver Warbucks. Spiteful Miss Hannigan has other ideas and hatches a plan to spoil Annie’s search.
Review of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
8th December 2009 to 2nd January 2010.
Oxford Daily Info has a review here: "a great night out for all of the family, providing humour for the grown-up audience members as well as for the slightly younger, more excitable ones... before whisking the kids off to the traditional panto, be sure to consider this timeless classic instead".