Top West End shows have booked their places at Oxford’s New Theatre for a spring season packed with variety.
2015 brings the biggest names to the venue starting off with the dazzling dance musical, Top Hat and continuing with the fabulous Jersey Boys , The Producers, starring Jason Manford and the sleight-of-hand comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
The National Theatre returns with two shows, One Man, Two Guvnors, starring Shaun Williamson, Emma Barton and Jasmyn Banks, on February 24 – 28, and the award-winning The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time.
As part of the theatre’s creative learning initiatives, workshops are being held for students for both shows, including a page to stage session.
For those who fancy a good rib-tickling the New Theatre has one-nighters from some top names from the world of comedy including Noel Fielding, Milton Jones, Al Murray, Dylan Moran, Alan Carr and Jimmy Carr.
Music lovers of all genres can expect performances from Sam Bailey, Katherine Jenkins, Paul Carrack, Blue, Michael Ball, Simple Minds and The Moody Blues.
Audiences can look forward to return visits from Ellen Kent Opera, Brendan Cole, Derren Brown, The Dreamboys, Oxford Philomusica and the Australian Pink Floyd Show.
For families there are the Russian Ice Stars with their lavish Snow White On Ice.
Area theatre manager, Elizabeth Adlington, said: “I am delighted to announce such a busy upcoming season for the New Theatre.
“There is a fantastic variety of shows on offer, whether you are looking for a West End musical, big names from the worlds of music and comedy, international ballet or something for the little ones.
“I am particularly looking forward to Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, which has been wowing audiences in London, and also to welcoming the National Theatre back to Oxford.
“Visitors are in for a real treat over the coming months and we look forward to welcoming you to the theatre soon.”