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There are some things a doctor can’t cure. Hypochondriacs for one. Death for another.
Oxford Playhouse audiences have the chance to see a Russian take on Shakespeare next week – thanks to top touring company Cheek by Jowl.
A unique collaboration between adults, children and a professional choreographer will soon be on show at South Hill Park.
There's still time to catch the latest play by the Rose Street Players.
By the interval there still wasn't a dead body in sight. Was this really an Agatha Christie play or had we been lured to the theatre on false pretences?
Musical theatre student Ben Bowen got his first taste of performing in the West End when he sang at the Olivier awards on Sunday night.
The Goring Gap Players’ presentation of a classic Agatha Christie murder mystery has provided a number of challenges for the group, not least bringing Egypt and the wonders of the Nile to Goring Village.
The Sinodun Players present Uncle Vanya, directed by Graham Fyffe from a translation by Michael Frayn.
Thomas the Tank Engine and his pals from the Island of Sodor steam on to the stage in a show for the whole family.
Fans of romantic drama will be in for a treat when members of Woodley Theatre take to the stage next month to perform a version of a play made famous in the 1940s.