Shows

We offer a range of shows for all ages, from dancing and puppetry to comedy and contemporary theatre. Our shows aim to inspire creativity and imagination.

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          The Lightbulb Princess

    The Lightbulb Princess

    December 9, 2023

    Starts at: 11:00

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    A delightful new show full of sparkle and song, for everyone aged 4 and up. 

    Can you help a very unusual princess solve an unexpected problem? Without the twinkle of fairy lights, the holiday season could be cancelled!  It’s up to our intrepid explorer, her pals and YOU to illuminate the world again.

    Tutti Frutti Productions have teamed up with One Tenth Human (Curious Investigators) to create a fun-filled, sparkling extravaganza exploring the sensational science behind electricity.  

    Featuring catchy original songs from Ziad Jabero and electrifying storytelling, The Lightbulb Princess will light up children’s imaginations and inspire them to learn more about the world around them.

    Researched with children and scientists in Morecambe Bay and Northumberland.

    Anyone who enjoys a charming, funny, inventive afternoon at the theatre will be sure to come out with a grin on their face. British Theatre Guide

    ‘Really great children’s theatre’ – Exeunt on One Tenth Human’s We’re Stuck!


    For ages 4+

    Running time: 60 mins

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          The Lightbulb Princess

    The Lightbulb Princess

    December 9, 2023

    Starts at: 14:00

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    A delightful new show full of sparkle and song, for everyone aged 4 and up. 

    Can you help a very unusual princess solve an unexpected problem? Without the twinkle of fairy lights, the holiday season could be cancelled!  It’s up to our intrepid explorer, her pals and YOU to illuminate the world again.

    Tutti Frutti Productions have teamed up with One Tenth Human (Curious Investigators) to create a fun-filled, sparkling extravaganza exploring the sensational science behind electricity.  

    Featuring catchy original songs from Ziad Jabero and electrifying storytelling, The Lightbulb Princess will light up children’s imaginations and inspire them to learn more about the world around them.

    Researched with children and scientists in Morecambe Bay and Northumberland.

    Anyone who enjoys a charming, funny, inventive afternoon at the theatre will be sure to come out with a grin on their face. British Theatre Guide

    ‘Really great children’s theatre’ – Exeunt on One Tenth Human’s We’re Stuck!


    For ages 4+

    Running time: 60 mins

  • 
          The Lightbulb Princess

    The Lightbulb Princess

    December 10, 2023

    Starts at: 11:00

    Book now
    Read more

    A delightful new show full of sparkle and song, for everyone aged 4 and up. 

    Can you help a very unusual princess solve an unexpected problem? Without the twinkle of fairy lights, the holiday season could be cancelled!  It’s up to our intrepid explorer, her pals and YOU to illuminate the world again.

    Tutti Frutti Productions have teamed up with One Tenth Human (Curious Investigators) to create a fun-filled, sparkling extravaganza exploring the sensational science behind electricity.  

    Featuring catchy original songs from Ziad Jabero and electrifying storytelling, The Lightbulb Princess will light up children’s imaginations and inspire them to learn more about the world around them.

    Researched with children and scientists in Morecambe Bay and Northumberland.

    Anyone who enjoys a charming, funny, inventive afternoon at the theatre will be sure to come out with a grin on their face. British Theatre Guide

    ‘Really great children’s theatre’ – Exeunt on One Tenth Human’s We’re Stuck!


    For ages 4+

    Running time: 60 mins

  • 
          The Lightbulb Princess

    The Lightbulb Princess

    December 10, 2023

    Starts at: 14:00

    Book now
    Read more

    A delightful new show full of sparkle and song, for everyone aged 4 and up. 

    Can you help a very unusual princess solve an unexpected problem? Without the twinkle of fairy lights, the holiday season could be cancelled!  It’s up to our intrepid explorer, her pals and YOU to illuminate the world again.

    Tutti Frutti Productions have teamed up with One Tenth Human (Curious Investigators) to create a fun-filled, sparkling extravaganza exploring the sensational science behind electricity.  

    Featuring catchy original songs from Ziad Jabero and electrifying storytelling, The Lightbulb Princess will light up children’s imaginations and inspire them to learn more about the world around them.

    Researched with children and scientists in Morecambe Bay and Northumberland.

    Anyone who enjoys a charming, funny, inventive afternoon at the theatre will be sure to come out with a grin on their face. British Theatre Guide

    ‘Really great children’s theatre’ – Exeunt on One Tenth Human’s We’re Stuck!


    For ages 4+

    Running time: 60 mins

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          Morgan and West's Great Big Christmas Magic Show

    Morgan and West's Great Big Christmas Magic Show

    December 21, 2023

    Starts at: 18:00

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    What better way to enjoy the festive season than with time-travelling magicians Morgan & West! 

    Morgan & West crash into Christmas with a show full of fabulous family fun, festive frolics and fantastic facial furniture! The dynamic duo deal out a delightful dollop of deception, deftly delivered with a dash of derring-do. Awesomely alliterative acts of amazement and astounding asymmetry* await! 

     Fun for all the family in this utterly splendid (and totally silly) Christmas magic extravaganza! 

     *Mr Morgan is much taller than Mr West, after all. 

     “Hilarious and good for all ages” - Primary Times ★★★★ 

    “hugely talented” - Daily Mirror ★★★★ 

    “superbly crafted – The Stage

    For ages 5+
    Running time 60 mins
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          Morgan and West's Great Big Christmas Magic Show

    Morgan and West's Great Big Christmas Magic Show

    December 22, 2023

    Starts at: 11:00

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    What better way to enjoy the festive season than with time-travelling magicians Morgan & West! 

    Morgan & West crash into Christmas with a show full of fabulous family fun, festive frolics and fantastic facial furniture! The dynamic duo deal out a delightful dollop of deception, deftly delivered with a dash of derring-do. Awesomely alliterative acts of amazement and astounding asymmetry* await! 

     Fun for all the family in this utterly splendid (and totally silly) Christmas magic extravaganza! 

     *Mr Morgan is much taller than Mr West, after all. 

     “Hilarious and good for all ages” - Primary Times ★★★★ 

    “hugely talented” - Daily Mirror ★★★★ 

    “superbly crafted – The Stage

    For ages 5+
    Running time 60 mins
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          Morgan and West's Great Big Christmas Magic Show

    Morgan and West's Great Big Christmas Magic Show

    December 22, 2023

    Starts at: 14:00

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    What better way to enjoy the festive season than with time-travelling magicians Morgan & West! 

    Morgan & West crash into Christmas with a show full of fabulous family fun, festive frolics and fantastic facial furniture! The dynamic duo deal out a delightful dollop of deception, deftly delivered with a dash of derring-do. Awesomely alliterative acts of amazement and astounding asymmetry* await! 

     Fun for all the family in this utterly splendid (and totally silly) Christmas magic extravaganza! 

     *Mr Morgan is much taller than Mr West, after all. 

     “Hilarious and good for all ages” - Primary Times ★★★★ 

    “hugely talented” - Daily Mirror ★★★★ 

    “superbly crafted – The Stage

    For ages 5+
    Running time 60 mins
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          Morgan and West's Great Big Christmas Magic Show

    Morgan and West's Great Big Christmas Magic Show

    December 23, 2023

    Starts at: 11:00

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    What better way to enjoy the festive season than with time-travelling magicians Morgan & West! 

    Morgan & West crash into Christmas with a show full of fabulous family fun, festive frolics and fantastic facial furniture! The dynamic duo deal out a delightful dollop of deception, deftly delivered with a dash of derring-do. Awesomely alliterative acts of amazement and astounding asymmetry* await! 

     Fun for all the family in this utterly splendid (and totally silly) Christmas magic extravaganza! 

     *Mr Morgan is much taller than Mr West, after all. 

     “Hilarious and good for all ages” - Primary Times ★★★★ 

    “hugely talented” - Daily Mirror ★★★★ 

    “superbly crafted – The Stage

    For ages 5+
    Running time 60 mins
  • 
          Morgan and West's Great Big Christmas Magic Show

    Morgan and West's Great Big Christmas Magic Show

    December 23, 2023

    Starts at: 14:00

    Book now
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    What better way to enjoy the festive season than with time-travelling magicians Morgan & West! 

    Morgan & West crash into Christmas with a show full of fabulous family fun, festive frolics and fantastic facial furniture! The dynamic duo deal out a delightful dollop of deception, deftly delivered with a dash of derring-do. Awesomely alliterative acts of amazement and astounding asymmetry* await! 

     Fun for all the family in this utterly splendid (and totally silly) Christmas magic extravaganza! 

     *Mr Morgan is much taller than Mr West, after all. 

     “Hilarious and good for all ages” - Primary Times ★★★★ 

    “hugely talented” - Daily Mirror ★★★★ 

    “superbly crafted – The Stage

    For ages 5+
    Running time 60 mins
  • 
          Drama 5-8 Spring 24 (Tuesdays)

    Drama 5-8 Spring 24 (Tuesdays)

    January 9, 2024

    Starts at: 16:00

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    Does your child have an incredible imagination? Take the opportunity and see where it leads them in our exciting weekly drama classes. Your child will have a wonderful time learning performance and storytelling skills in a supportive, creative environment. See their confidence grow as they find out what it’s like to be part of a theatre and watch them take to the stage at the end of term performance for friends and family. 

    Drama 5-8: Tuesdays 4.00 – 5.00pm

    The courses will run on Tuesdays, from 9 Jan 2024 to 26 Mar 2024. There will be no session on 13 Feb (half term).

    You can guarantee your place by paying in full if you wish to, or with a non-refundable first instalment payment of £10 and then up to 4 further instalments to complete payment, before 18 Dec 2023. 

    To pay by instalments please email boxoffice@pegasustheatre.org.uk.

    Struggling to find the cash? There are a limited number of free supported places available for all of our activities - perfect for any family who faces significant financial barriers to taking part. For further information, please contact participation@pegasustheatre.org.uk.

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          Drama 8-11 Spring 24 (Tuesdays)

    Drama 8-11 Spring 24 (Tuesdays)

    January 9, 2024

    Starts at: 17:30

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    Does your child have an incredible imagination? Take the opportunity and see where it leads them in our exciting weekly drama classes. Your child will have a wonderful time learning performance and storytelling skills in a supportive, creative environment. See their confidence grow as they find out what it’s like to be part of a theatre and watch them take to the stage at the end of term performance for friends and family. 

    Drama 8-11: Tuesdays 5:30 – 7.00pm  

    The courses will run on Tuesdays, from 9 Jan 2024 to 26 Mar 2024. There will be no session on 13 Feb (half term).

    You can guarantee your place by paying in full if you wish to, or with a non-refundable first instalment payment of £10 and then up to 4 further instalments to complete payment, before 18 Dec 2023. 

    To pay by instalments please email boxoffice@pegasustheatre.org.uk.

    Struggling to find the cash? There are a limited number of free supported places available for all of our activities - perfect for any family who faces significant financial barriers to taking part. For further information, please contact participation@pegasustheatre.org.uk.
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          Hip Hop Juniors Spring 24 (Wednesdays)

    Hip Hop Juniors Spring 24 (Wednesdays)

    January 10, 2024

    Starts at: 16:00

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    Master some fresh moves and get into the exciting world of Hip Hop with critically acclaimed dance company Body Politic.

    Learn choreography, develop your technique, and create your own moves in these hip hop dance classes led by experienced instructors. Gain confidence in yourself as we empower you to move your body in a safe and supportive environment. Students will get the opportunity to show off their new moves at a short performance at Pegasus Theatre at the end of term. These courses are open to all levels of experience.

    Juniors (8-11): Wednesdays 4.00 – 5.00pm

    The courses will run on Wednesdays, from 10 Jan 2024 to 27 Mar 2024. There will be no session on 14 Feb (half term).

    You can guarantee your place by paying in full if you wish to, or with a non-refundable first instalment payment of £10 and then up to 4 further instalments to complete payment, before 18 Dec 2023. 

    To pay by instalments please email boxoffice@pegasustheatre.org.uk.

    Struggling to find the cash? There are a limited number of free supported places available for all of our activities - perfect for any family who faces significant financial barriers to taking part. For further information, please contact participation@pegasustheatre.org.uk.
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          Hip Hop Seniors Spring 24 (Wednesdays)

    Hip Hop Seniors Spring 24 (Wednesdays)

    January 10, 2024

    Starts at: 17:30

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    Master some fresh moves and get into the exciting world of Hip Hop with critically-acclaimed dance company Body Politic.

    Learn choreography, develop your technique, and create your own moves in these hip hop dance classes led by experienced instructors. Gain confidence in yourself as we empower you to move your body in a safe and supportive environment. Students will get the opportunity to show off their new moves at a short performance at Pegasus Theatre at the end of term. These courses are open to all levels of experience.

    Seniors (11-15): Wednesdays 5:30-6:30pm

    The courses will run on Wednesdays, from 10 Jan 2024 to 27 Mar 2024. There will be no session on 14 Feb (half term).

    You can guarantee your place by paying in full if you wish to, or with a non-refundable first instalment payment of £10 and then up to 4 further instalments to complete payment, before 18 Dec 2023. 

    To pay by instalments please email boxoffice@pegasustheatre.org.uk.

    Struggling to find the cash? There are a limited number of free supported places available for all of our activities - perfect for any family who faces significant financial barriers to taking part. For further information, please contact participation@pegasustheatre.org.uk.
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          Pegasus Young Company 16-25 2024

    Pegasus Young Company 16-25 2024

    January 10, 2024

    Starts at: 18:30

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    For all the young theatre makers out there, this is an opportunity to devise a production with us and to perform a professional-quality play at Pegasus. No auditions are required - enthusiasm for theatre is all you need to find your place with us.
    Sessions will run weekly on Wednesdays from 6:30pm-8:30pm.

    Term Dates 2024

    Spring: 10 January to 27 March

    Summer: 17 April to 3 July 

    Autumn: 4 September to 20 November  (production week 25 Nov to 30 Dec). 

    There will be an additional rehearsal week for 4 days in the autumn half term and one additional Saturday rehearsal before production week.

    You can book a place by paying in full online or at the box office, or with a non-refundable first instalment payment of £50 and then up to 4 further instalments to complete payment before Mon 2 January. To pay through instalments please email boxoffice@pegasustheatre.org.uk or call 01865 812 150.

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          Pegasus Technical Young Company 14-18 2024

    Pegasus Technical Young Company 14-18 2024

    January 11, 2024

    Starts at: 18:45

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    Pegasus Technical Young Company is a programme for budding stage technicians and designers aged 14-18.

    The skills you’ll develop during your time with us will introduce you to a variety of professional roles within the backstage industry. This experience offers a combination of studying technical and design skills with an integrated stage and production management focus, developing your ability to work as part of the team behind the curtain.

    You will be introduced to key technical elements of theatre production, while also providing wider theatrical context. We explore the following key disciplines:

    •     Lighting Design, Equipment and Operation

    •     Sound Design, recording and operation

    •     Set, Props and Costume Design

    •     Stage Management

    As you move on, you’ll focus more on the design process, while also working on live project briefs. By using and developing your skills learnt in Term 1, you will work as designers, stage managers and technicians on the PYC 11-15 and 16-25 productions to bring the magic of theatre to life.

    Sessions will run weekly on Thursdays from 6:45 - 8:15pm. No previous experience necessary.

    Term dates 2024:

    • Spring: Thursday 11 January to Thursday 28 March (6:45pm - 8:15pm)

    • Summer: Thursday 18 April to Thursday 4 July (5:30 - 7:00pm) including one Saturday on 15 June. Availability throughout production week in the evenings (8 July - 13 July)

    • Autumn: Thursday 5 September to Saturday 21 November including 2 days in half term (w/c 28 Oct) and availability throughout production week in the evenings (25 Nov - 30 Nov)

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          Queer Voices: Open Mic Night

    Queer Voices: Open Mic Night

    January 12, 2024

    Starts at: 19:30

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    Oxford, are you ready to raise your gloriously queer voices? Pegasus is delighted to welcome T(ART) Productions' Queer Voices: an open mic night of Queer poetry, music, and spoken word. 

    Whether you're a seasoned pro or an enthusiastic amateur, this is your time to shine! It doesn't matter if you want to get up to speak, sing, and play, or if you'd rather just listen, cheer, and make some wonderful new friends; Queer Voices is the place for you.

    Recommended for ages 16+. Sensitive topics of homophobia, transphobia, racism, ableism and sexual trauma may be discussed. Trigger warnings will be provided before each piece

    Running time 2 hours including interval

    Find our FAQ, Safe Space Policy and Accessibility info here

  • 
          Fairytales, Fables and Other Assorted Nonsence

    Fairytales, Fables and Other Assorted Nonsence

    January 20, 2024

    Starts at: 11:00

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    Fairy tales across the land live in fear. Fear for their lives, fear for their freedom and, most importantly, fear for their turnips. Why? Because Little Red Riding Hood has taken control. The once sweet and innocent girl now rules The Fairy-tale Woods with an iron first and a mob of incompetent wolves. Alongside her dastardly lupine civil servants, Riding Hood is intent on creating layer upon layer of bureaucracy until no fairy-tale can live free. 

    Everything changes when Susan, our accidental hero, finds herself magically transported to this world of wonder and fantasy. Faced with tax collecting big bad wolves, radical talking pigs, intent on rebellion, and smorgasbords of poisoned fruit, Susan must try desperately to find a way home. If she starts a revolution along the way, well that can't hurt anyone cant it? 

    Featuring all your favourites from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to Cinderella and Prince Charming, Assembleth Theatre's brand-new fantastical comedy Fairytales, Fables and Other Assorted Nonsense will take you on a rebellious journey you'll never forget. 

    Run Time 65 mins
    Ages 8+
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          Fairytales, Fables and Other Assorted Nonsence

    Fairytales, Fables and Other Assorted Nonsence

    January 20, 2024

    Starts at: 14:00

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    Fairy tales across the land live in fear. Fear for their lives, fear for their freedom and, most importantly, fear for their turnips. Why? Because Little Red Riding Hood has taken control. The once sweet and innocent girl now rules The Fairy-tale Woods with an iron first and a mob of incompetent wolves. Alongside her dastardly lupine civil servants, Riding Hood is intent on creating layer upon layer of bureaucracy until no fairy-tale can live free. 

    Everything changes when Susan, our accidental hero, finds herself magically transported to this world of wonder and fantasy. Faced with tax collecting big bad wolves, radical talking pigs, intent on rebellion, and smorgasbords of poisoned fruit, Susan must try desperately to find a way home. If she starts a revolution along the way, well that can't hurt anyone cant it? 

    Featuring all your favourites from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to Cinderella and Prince Charming, Assembleth Theatre's brand-new fantastical comedy Fairytales, Fables and Other Assorted Nonsense will take you on a rebellious journey you'll never forget. 

    Run Time 65 mins
    Ages 8+
  • 
          Treetop Restaurant

    Treetop Restaurant

    January 27, 2024

    Starts at: 11:00

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    Yum yum! Come and visit the Treetop Restaurant with Pegasus family favourite Wild Boor Ideas and see what tasty treats Emma is serving up to all the local animals!

    Meet with Emma's favourite wiggly customer, and see his appetite grow and grow - along with his body! This show has a magical mix of puppetry, gentle clowning, and interactive fun.

    Want to try some Sycamore Sausages, or Juniper Jelly? Why not a bit of Oak Leaf Ice Cream? Whatever you fancy, it’s always a good time at the Treetop!

    Suitable for ages 3+

    Running time: 45 minutes, no interval

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          Treetop Restaurant

    Treetop Restaurant

    January 27, 2024

    Starts at: 14:00

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    Yum yum! Come and visit the Treetop Restaurant with Pegasus family favourite Wild Boor Ideas and see what tasty treats Emma is serving up to all the local animals!

    Meet with Emma's favourite wiggly customer, and see his appetite grow and grow - along with his body! This show has a magical mix of puppetry, gentle clowning, and interactive fun.

    Want to try some Sycamore Sausages, or Juniper Jelly? Why not a bit of Oak Leaf Ice Cream? Whatever you fancy, it’s always a good time at the Treetop!

    Suitable for ages 3+

    Running time: 45 minutes, no interval

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          Moving With The Times - First Look 2024

    Moving With The Times - First Look 2024

    February 2, 2024

    Starts at: 19:30

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    We’re collaborating with Dancin’ Oxford once again to bring you a stunning line-up of dance to celebrate the 13th year of Moving with the Times. This is a First Look at the works-in-progress, as we see three exciting dance companies workshop new pieces that are often explosive, moving, and thought-provoking. The final pieces will be presented on 8-9 March 2024.

    This year our four featured artists/companies are Divija Melally and Saili KatebeAnjali Dance Company and Kavya Iyer Ramalingam

    Running time: 80 mins, no interval
    Age guidelines: 14+
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          The Moon and Darker Tales

    The Moon and Darker Tales

    February 15, 2024

    Starts at: 19:00

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    We are delighted to welcome Oxford People’s Theatre with this humorous and beautiful new show for both adults and young people, devised by the company as a selection of Grimm’s Fairy Tales re-told by the characters that lived them.

    A bright light has appeared. The people have been woken up and some are pretty grumpy about it. What are they going to do now? Will they ever get back to sleep? And what’s that wolf doing there too?  

    With live music and song, written by Emma Webb, and music by Guy Hughes this show is packed with familiar and not so familiar fairytales told in new ways for our time.

    Recommended for ages 7+

    Audio description available

    Running Time 90 mins + Interval

    Contains some themes of death which some audience members may find upsetting.

    Supported with funding from Arts Council England, The Connected Communities Fund delivered in partnership by OCVA and Community First Oxfordshire funded by Oxfordshire County Council, and Oxford City Council. With additional funding from Offbeat Festival and support from Pegasus Theatre.

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          The Moon and Darker Tales

    The Moon and Darker Tales

    February 16, 2024

    Starts at: 19:00

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    We are delighted to welcome Oxford People’s Theatre with this humorous and beautiful new show for both adults and young people, devised by the company as a selection of Grimm’s Fairy Tales re-told by the characters that lived them.

    A bright light has appeared. The people have been woken up and some are pretty grumpy about it. What are they going to do now? Will they ever get back to sleep? And what’s that wolf doing there too?  

    With live music and song, written by Emma Webb, and music by Guy Hughes this show is packed with familiar and not so familiar fairytales told in new ways for our time.

    Recommended for ages 7+

    Audio description available

    Running Time 90 mins + Interval

    Contains some themes of death which some audience members may find upsetting.

    Supported with funding from Arts Council England, The Connected Communities Fund delivered in partnership by OCVA and Community First Oxfordshire funded by Oxfordshire County Council, and Oxford City Council. With additional funding from Offbeat Festival and support from Pegasus Theatre.

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          The Moon and Darker Tales

    The Moon and Darker Tales

    February 17, 2024

    Starts at: 14:00

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    We are delighted to welcome Oxford People’s Theatre with this humorous and beautiful new show for both adults and young people, devised by the company as a selection of Grimm’s Fairy Tales re-told by the characters that lived them.

    A bright light has appeared. The people have been woken up and some are pretty grumpy about it. What are they going to do now? Will they ever get back to sleep? And what’s that wolf doing there too?  

    With live music and song, written by Emma Webb, and music by Guy Hughes this show is packed with familiar and not so familiar fairytales told in new ways for our time.

    Recommended for ages 7+

    Audio description available

    Running Time 90 mins + Interval

    Contains some themes of death which some audience members may find upsetting.

    Supported with funding from Arts Council England, The Connected Communities Fund delivered in partnership by OCVA and Community First Oxfordshire funded by Oxfordshire County Council, and Oxford City Council. With additional funding from Offbeat Festival and support from Pegasus Theatre.

  • 
          The Moon and Darker Tales

    The Moon and Darker Tales

    February 17, 2024

    Starts at: 19:00

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    We are delighted to welcome Oxford People’s Theatre with this humorous and beautiful new show for both adults and young people, devised by the company as a selection of Grimm’s Fairy Tales re-told by the characters that lived them.

    A bright light has appeared. The people have been woken up and some are pretty grumpy about it. What are they going to do now? Will they ever get back to sleep? And what’s that wolf doing there too?  

    With live music and song, written by Emma Webb, and music by Guy Hughes this show is packed with familiar and not so familiar fairytales told in new ways for our time.

    Recommended for ages 7+

    Audio description available

    Running Time 90 mins + Interval

    Contains some themes of death which some audience members may find upsetting.

    Supported with funding from Arts Council England, The Connected Communities Fund delivered in partnership by OCVA and Community First Oxfordshire funded by Oxfordshire County Council, and Oxford City Council. With additional funding from Offbeat Festival and support from Pegasus Theatre.

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          Family Dance Party

    Family Dance Party

    February 24, 2024

    Starts at: 14:30

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    Pegasus’ family favourite Dancin’ Oxford is back with Family Dance Party, and it's fresher, funkier and dancier than ever! This disco is great fun for young children and their families. 

    With a magical mix of music played live by our DJ, the funkiest lighting, and bubbles and games galore, you’ll see why these sessions have been entertaining Oxford for over 9 years. There’s even a creative workshop beforehand for anyone who wants to learn new moves.  Put on your dancing shoes, bring your little ones, and prepare to have the best disco ever! 

    Disco sessions start at 11:30am and 2:30pm. If you are attending the workshop arrive an hour earlier at 10:30am or 1:30pm
    The workshops are 45 minutes long followed by a 15 minute break. Places £5 per person, or £7 per person with the workshop. Babes in arms (under 6 months) come free! 

    Running time: 60 mins, or 120 mins with the workshop
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          thePLATFORM

    thePLATFORM

    March 2, 2024

    Starts at: 14:00

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    Back by popular demand, Body Politic presents another eclectic and toe-tapping showcase featuring some of Oxford’s best and brightest young artists.

    Join Body Politic as we celebrate 50 yrs of Hip Hop with a vibrant and powerful display of hip hop dance.

    Playing homage to a culture rooted in freedom, expression and community, Body Politic are proud to curate an evening that celebrates and acknowledges a culture and movement that has transformed the lives of many.

    Featuring performances from local and national youth dance companies, Body Politic YOUTH, and much more.

    Body Politic is known for its ‘exciting’ and ‘powerful’ shows ‘danced skillfully’ so don’t miss out on this special birthday celebration event.

    Run time 60 mins

    Ages 8+

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          thePLATFORM

    thePLATFORM

    March 2, 2024

    Starts at: 18:00

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    Back by popular demand, Body Politic presents another eclectic and toe-tapping showcase featuring some of Oxford’s best and brightest young artists.

    Join Body Politic as we celebrate 50 yrs of Hip Hop with a vibrant and powerful display of hip hop dance.

    Playing homage to a culture rooted in freedom, expression and community, Body Politic are proud to curate an evening that celebrates and acknowledges a culture and movement that has transformed the lives of many.

    Featuring performances from local and national youth dance companies, Body Politic YOUTH, and much more.

    Body Politic is known for its ‘exciting’ and ‘powerful’ shows ‘danced skillfully’ so don’t miss out on this special birthday celebration event.

    Run time 60 mins

    Ages 8+

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          Moving With The Times

    Moving With The Times

    March 8, 2024

    Starts at: 19:30

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    We’re collaborating with Dancin’ Oxford once again to bring you an exciting line-up of dance to celebrate the 13th year of Moving with the TimesEvery yearthis showcase features three exciting dance companies offering new work that is dynamic, inspiringand thought-provoking.

    This year we are delighted to showcase work from, Divija Melally and Saili Katebe, Anjali Dance Company and Kavya Iyer Ramalingam. Find out more about each of the artists below

    Divija Melally – Dancer and Choreographer

    Divija Melally is a trained contemporary and Bharatnatyam dancer.  She graduated from Bath Spa University, UK, with BA (Hons) Dance.  She also completed a diploma in Movement Arts and Mixed Media focussing on ballet and martial arts at the Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts, Bangalore, India.  Divija was awarded the Moving With The Times commission in 2023 and premiered her work “The Skeleton is White” at Pegasus Theatre (Oxford) in March 2023. The work has since been performed at Resolutions Festival at The Place (London) and Theatre Deli (London).  Since being awarded the Moving With The Times commission in 2023, Divija has worked as a performer and choreographer with some of the UK’s leading dance companies across the UK, and Europe.


    Saili Katebe – Poet and Performer

    Saili Katebe, born in Zambia and now residing in the South West of England, is a talented poet and performer. His debut poetry pamphlet, “Katabasis,” published by Frosted Fire Press, showcases his evocative writing. Saili’s words have been featured on BBC Arts and BBC Radio Bristol. As an actor, Saili has contributed to various productions including in Autobahn (Neil LaBute), Nothing by Lulu Raczka, Iphigenia by Jane Lumley, and Howl by Russel Ecclestone. Saili is also a resident poet at Afrika Eye and the Wiltshire BME network. Saili has performed at Sofar Sounds, Raise the Bar events, and many various festivals across the country.


    Bethany Edwards – Anjali Dance Company

    Bethany Edwards is a dance artist and choreographer with Anjali Dance Company.  Anjali Dance Company is dedicated to showcasing the creative potential of individuals with learning disabilities. Established in 1995, the company collaborates with world-class choreographers to produce original, high-quality works. Bethany and her fellow dancers have graced prestigious venues across the UK, including the Royal Festival Hall, Sadler’s Wells, and the Royal Opera House in London, as well as international stages. Anjali Dance Company’s approach values its dancers as artists with learning disabilities, challenging stereotypes and promoting inclusivity through exceptional performances.


    Kavya Iyer Ramalingam – Dancer and Choreographer

    Originally from Kolkata, India, and now based in Oxford, Kavya draws on a broad range of study and inspiration for her work. Having trained in India in the Bharatanatyam form of classical dance, she has supplemented her initial training with training in the Kuchipudi, Natyashastra, Bollywood and Bhangra forms of dance.  Kavya combines traditional disciplines with contemporary dance to explore themes such as migration, gender, inequality, and cultural identity.

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          Moving With The Times

    Moving With The Times

    March 9, 2024

    Starts at: 19:30

    Book now
    Read more
    We’re collaborating with Dancin’ Oxford once again to bring you an exciting line-up of dance to celebrate the 13th year of Moving with the TimesEvery yearthis showcase features three exciting dance companies offering new work that is dynamic, inspiringand thought-provoking.

    This year we are delighted to showcase work from, Divija Melally and Saili Katebe, Anjali Dance Company and Kavya Iyer Ramalingam. Find out more about each of the artists below

    Divija Melally – Dancer and Choreographer

    Divija Melally is a trained contemporary and Bharatnatyam dancer.  She graduated from Bath Spa University, UK, with BA (Hons) Dance.  She also completed a diploma in Movement Arts and Mixed Media focussing on ballet and martial arts at the Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts, Bangalore, India.  Divija was awarded the Moving With The Times commission in 2023 and premiered her work “The Skeleton is White” at Pegasus Theatre (Oxford) in March 2023. The work has since been performed at Resolutions Festival at The Place (London) and Theatre Deli (London).  Since being awarded the Moving With The Times commission in 2023, Divija has worked as a performer and choreographer with some of the UK’s leading dance companies across the UK, and Europe.


    Saili Katebe – Poet and Performer

    Saili Katebe, born in Zambia and now residing in the South West of England, is a talented poet and performer. His debut poetry pamphlet, “Katabasis,” published by Frosted Fire Press, showcases his evocative writing. Saili’s words have been featured on BBC Arts and BBC Radio Bristol. As an actor, Saili has contributed to various productions including in Autobahn (Neil LaBute), Nothing by Lulu Raczka, Iphigenia by Jane Lumley, and Howl by Russel Ecclestone. Saili is also a resident poet at Afrika Eye and the Wiltshire BME network. Saili has performed at Sofar Sounds, Raise the Bar events, and many various festivals across the country.


    Bethany Edwards – Anjali Dance Company

    Bethany Edwards is a dance artist and choreographer with Anjali Dance Company.  Anjali Dance Company is dedicated to showcasing the creative potential of individuals with learning disabilities. Established in 1995, the company collaborates with world-class choreographers to produce original, high-quality works. Bethany and her fellow dancers have graced prestigious venues across the UK, including the Royal Festival Hall, Sadler’s Wells, and the Royal Opera House in London, as well as international stages. Anjali Dance Company’s approach values its dancers as artists with learning disabilities, challenging stereotypes and promoting inclusivity through exceptional performances.


    Kavya Iyer Ramalingam – Dancer and Choreographer

    Originally from Kolkata, India, and now based in Oxford, Kavya draws on a broad range of study and inspiration for her work. Having trained in India in the Bharatanatyam form of classical dance, she has supplemented her initial training with training in the Kuchipudi, Natyashastra, Bollywood and Bhangra forms of dance.  Kavya combines traditional disciplines with contemporary dance to explore themes such as migration, gender, inequality, and cultural identity.

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