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Cowley Road Carnival on Sunday 6 July will be a major focus of attention this summer bringing together communities from across Oxford and beyond for one of the city’s cultural highlights. This year’s theme is Oxford Faces and the main event of the Carnival, the street procession, will be led by 60 young people from […]

Friday, May 30th, 2014 | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Alice is a show based on Alice Liddell, the child whom the book ‘Alice in Wonderland’ was based on. The show is set in WWI when Alice’s son is away fighting while Alice stays at her home, waiting for him to return. The opening scene is in Alice’s cellar where she has to take shelter […]

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Curiouser and curiouser. Little Alice is now 63 with a son fighting in the trenches in WW1 and the rabbit hole has turned into a cellar where Alice is sheltering from an air raid. This all may sound very dark, but in fact the show is quite light-hearted and definitely aimed at children as well […]

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This World-War-One Spin-off was pretty good. Though the story was hard to follow, the puppetry was spectacular. The two actors were amazingly skilled at completely bringing the puppets to life, and taking ordinary household objects (of Victorian times) and making them into something completely new. I won’t spoil them for you, but my favourite was […]

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This is Amani. He is in our 8-10s Drama and Dance Group. As we’re planning our Christmas show, The Snow Queen, Amani is helping us. It’s difficult to think about Christmas in the summer and we asked Amani what his perfect Christmas would be… When I wake up in Christmas morning looking at the snow […]

Tuesday, May 27th, 2014 | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

On the leaflet it says “The Price of Everything, a performance lecture about value. Daniel Bye’s whistle-top tour of bizarre facts”. In the start of the show Daniel told us the values of a human being and how much the human body is worth in milk while he poured everyone glass of milk. This was […]

Saturday, May 24th, 2014 | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

The theatre has tried to answer the question, what is the meaning of a life? In many ways. Is it measured in how much we love? Or in how we spend each day? –Well- no… it’s about £20 Million. The price of everything is a performance lecture, as we are told early on, that uses […]

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The theatre has tried to answer the question, what is the meaning of a life? In many ways. Is it measured in how much we love? Or in how we spend each day? –Well- no… it’s about £20 Million. The price of everything is a performance lecture, as we are told early on, that uses […]

Saturday, May 24th, 2014 | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

How much is beauty worth? What will people pay for an air guitar on eBay? Can I have a glass of milk? Daniel Bye’s show, ‘The Price of Everything’ raises some interesting questions about the prices we put on certain things, but more there’s more to it than just that: Why are some people so […]

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The Price of Everything is a lecture on value. This may seem like some kind of economics course, but it’s actually far more interesting, and more important. It gives the audience a look at the world of value and currency through optimistic spectacles. The use of comedy is very good. It allows the audience to […]

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