Past Shows

Ever wondered what shows the Oxford Theatre Guild has performed in the past? This page contains information for every show we’ve done, right from our origins in the mid 1950’s. Over time, these plays will be linked to their own pages, which will have a whole host of additional information. Feel free to scroll, or to get to a specific table quicker, click on one of the links below to be taken straight to that part of the page.


2016 – 2017 / 2014 – 2015 / 2012 – 2013 / 2010 – 2011 / 2008 – 2009 / 2006 – 2007 / 2004 – 2005 / 2002 – 2003 / 2000 – 2001 / 1995 – 1999 / 1990 – 1994 / 1986 – 1989 / 1985 / 1984 / 1983 / 1982 / 1981 / 1980 / 1975 – 1979 / 1970 – 1974 / 1965 – 1969 / 1960 – 1964 / 1954 – 1959


 

 

2016 – 2017

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
2017MarchBlithe SpiritNoël CowardJessica ReillyThe Oxford Playhouse
2016DecemberAll My SonsArthur MillerAndrew ReadshawThe Old Fire Station
2016OctoberFestenThomas Vinterberg, Mogens Rukov & Bo Hr. Hansen (adapted by David Eldridge)Alexandra Coke & Justine MaloneMathematical Institute
2016SeptemberA Cavalcade of FoolsAndrew BarbsyAndrew BarsbyWesley Memorial Church
2016JulyTwelfth NightWilliam ShakespeareSimon Tavener and Moya HughesTrinity College Gardens
2016MarchSense and SensibilityJane Austen (adapted by Jessica Swale)Cate NunnThe Oxford Playhouse

2014 – 2015

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
2015DecemberSeason's GreetingsAlan AyckbournSimon TavenerThe Old Fire Station
2015OctoberProofDavid AuburnDaniel WhitleyMathematical Institute
2015JulyKing LearWilliam Shakespeare Alistair NunnMerton College
2015MarchMary StuartF. Schiller (translated by P. Oswald)Hedda BirdThe Oxford Playhouse
2014December (16th - 20th)Hay FeverNoel CowardLaurence Goodwin & Sarah PyperThe Old Fire Station
2014November (5th - 8th)The Habit of ArtAlan BennettKevin ElliottWesley Memorial Church
2014June / July (24th - 5th)Canterbury TalesMike Poulton (adapted from Geoffrey Chaucer)Janet BolamOxford Castle
2014March (18th - 22nd)A Streetcar Named DesireTennessee WilliamsJessica ReillyThe Oxford Playhouse

2012 – 2013

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
2013December (17th - 21st)Doctor FaustusChristopher MarloweMike TaylorThe Old Fire Station
2013October (23rd - 26th)Measure for MeasureWilliam ShakespeareCate FieldThe North Wall Arts Centre
2013July (9th - 20th)Pride and PrejudiceJane Austen (adapted by Peter Kenvyn Jones)Simon TavenerTrinity College Gardens
2013March (5th - 9th)Cyrano de BergeracE. Rostand (adapted by A. Burgess)Sue BaxterOxford Playhouse
2012DecemberHenry VIWilliam ShakespeareAlistair NunnThe Old Fire Station
2012October (24th - 27th)The Government InspectorNikolai GogolJoanna MatthewsThe North Wall Arts Centre
2012MayMuch Ado About NothingWilliam ShakespeareJoseph KennewayTrinity College Gardens
2012April (17th - 21st)Blood WeddingFederico Garcia LorcaAlice EvansOxford Playhouse

2010 – 2011

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
2011December (13th - 17th)Breaking the CodeHugh WhitemoreKevin ElliottThe Old Fire Station
2011October (26th - 29th)A Delicate BalanceEdward AlbeePolly MountainThe North wall Arts Centre
2011July (12th - 22nd)MacbethWilliam ShakespeareJames Riley & Jessica WechTrinity College Gardens
2011April (5th - 9th)Humble BoyCharlotte JonesSimon TavenerThe Oxford Playhouse
2010December (14th - 18th)TravestiesTom StoppardColin MacneeLady Margaret Hall
2010October (27th - 30th)A View from the BridgeArthur MillerAlex NichollsThe North wall Arts Centre
2010July (13th - 24th)Antony and CleopatraWilliam ShakespeareAlistair NunnTrinity College Gardens
2010March (23rd - 27th)AntigoneJean AnouilhJanet BolamThe Oxford Playhouse

2008 – 2009

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
2009December (8th - 12th)Alice's Adventures UndergroundDevised by OTGAlice Evans & Sam KnipeThe Old Fire Station
2009October (28th - 31st)The American PilotDavid GreigColin MacneeThe North Wall Arts Centre
2009July (14th - 25th)Henry VWilliam ShakespeareJoanna MatthewsTrinity College Gardens
2009March / April (31st - 4th)The CrucibleArthur MillerSue BaxterThe Oxford Playhouse
2008November (13th - 15th)My Mother Said I Never ShouldCharlotte KeatleyAldyth ThompsonPegasus Theatre
2008October (22nd - 25th)WitMargaret EdsonGeorgina FerryThe North Wall Arts Centre
2008July (15th - 26th)As You Like ItWilliam ShakespeareJoseph KennewayTrinity College Gardens
2008April (15th - 19th)Plaza SuiteNeil SimonJanet BolamThe Oxford Playhouse

2006 – 2007

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YearDateTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearDateTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
2007December (4th - 8th)The DresserRonald HarwoodSue BaxterThe Old Fire Station
2007October (4th - 13th)Testament to a TradVariousVerity PeacockBurton Taylor Studio; Lains Barn, Wantage; Northbourne Centre, Didcot; Friends Meeting House, Charlbury; East Oxford Community Centre
2007July (17th - 28th)The RivalsRichard Brinsley SheridanPolly MountainTrinity College Gardens
2007April (10th - 14th)The Browning Version / HarlequinadeTerence RattiganJanet BolamThe Oxford Playhouse
2006December (5th - 9th)What the Butler SawJoe OrtonAlexander RogersThe Old Fire Station
2006November (7th - 11th)The Memory of WaterShelagh StephensonSteve WrightKeble College
2006July (18th - 29th)The Tempest William ShakespeareColin MacneeTrinity College Gardens
2006April (11th - 15th)Lady Windermere's FanOscar WildePeter MottleyThe Oxford Playhouse

2004 – 2005

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
2005December (6th - 10th)Sherlock Holmes and the Limehouse HorrorPhilip PullmanJackie KeirsThe Old Fire Station
2005November (1st - 5th)Truth or DareMike ColemanAldyth ThompsonKeble College
2005July (19th - 30th)The Merry Wives of WindsorWilliam ShakespeareSimon TavenerMerton College
2005May (3rd - 7th)The SeagullAnton ChekhovPolly MountainThe Oxford Playhouse
2004December (17th - 18th)Alice through the Looking GlassLewis Carroll (adapted by David Tudor)Peter MottleyThe Old Fire Station
2004November (2nd - 6th)The Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Woman he Once Loved in the Former Soviet UnionDavid GreigColin MacneeKeble Coillege
2004July (13th - 24th)The Merchant of Venice William ShakespeareGerard GouldExeter College
2004April (13th - 17th)The Way of the WorldWilliam CongrevePolly MountainThe Oxford Playhouse

2002 – 2003

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
2003December (9th - 13th)Lord Authur Savile's CrimeOscar Wilde (adapted by Constance Cox)Matt AddisThe Old Fire Station
2003July (15th - 26th)Romeo & JulietWilliam ShakespeareBelinda BeasleyTrinity College Gardens
2003April (15th - 19th)Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are DeadTom StoppardJohn O'ConnorThe Oxford Playhouse
2002December (10th - 14th)The Mysteries Christopher DenysGerard GouldThe Old Fire Station
2002October (1st - 5th)Kafka's Dick Alan BennettBelinda BeasleyThe Old Fire Station
2002July / August (23rd - 3rd)MacbethWilliam ShakespearePeter MottleyExeter College
2002April (23rd - 27th)The SeaEdward BondPolly MountainThe Oxford Playhouse
2002JanuaryFestival--The Old Fire Station
--Ramlin Rose/Rose's WarSheila Stewart (adapted by Kate Saffin)Kate Saffin-
--Selected monologues, poems and storiesVariousAlan Bailey-
--After AgincourtPeter MottleyPeter Mottley-
--The Glory of the Garden-Sheila McKean & Freddie Madden-
--Terror on Special OfferStephen Livesey Ashworth--
--Asylum-Verity Peacock (Misfit Theatre Company)-
--The Comedy of Errors: The Video--Felicity Peacock-

2000 – 2001

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YearDateTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearDateTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
2001December (4th - 8th)Dickens at Christmas: The Chimes & The Cricket on the Hearth Charles Dickens (adapted by Christopher Walters)Christopher WaltersThe Old Fire Station
2001July (17th - 28th)The Comedy of Errors William Shakespeare Belinda BeasleyTrinity College Gardens
2001March (20th - 24th)Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer (adapted by John O'Connor with music by Roger Simmonds)John O'ConnorThe Oxford Playhouse
2000December (5th - 9th)Season's Greetings Alan AyckbournJanet BloomThe Old Fire Station
2000July (4th - 15th)Twelfth NightWilliam ShakespeareGerard GouldNew College
2000March (7th - 11th)She Stoops to Conquer Oliver GoldsmithPeter MottleyThe Oxford Playhouse
2000January (18th - 22nd)Festival 2000--The Old Fire Station
--The Pursuit of Love VariousFreddie Madden & Sheila McKean-
--A Flea in her EarGeorges FeydeauSylvia Finnimore-
--Not Quite SunsetDot BurrowsSusan North-
--Brief ChroniclesOverview of British TheatreGerard Gould-
--Ramlin RoseSheila Stewart (adapted by Kate Saffin)Kate Saffin-
--Old Time Music HallVariousVarious-
--Creation (Poem)Stephen AshworthStephen Ashworth-
--The Brothers Sketch GroupThe BrothersThe Brothers-

1995 – 1999

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1999October (12th - 16th)WidowsAriel DorfmanPolly MountainThe Old Fire Station
1999July (20th - 31st)Much Ado About Nothing William ShakespeareDominic OliverTrinity College Gardens
1999April / May (27th - 1st)Arcadia Tom StoppardPeter Malin & Georgina FerryThe Oxford Playhouse
1998December (15th - 19th)The Hound of the BaskervillesArthur Conan Doyle (adapted by John O'Connor)John O'ConnorThe Old Fire Station
1998August (4th - 15th)A Midsummer Night's DreamWilliam ShakespearePeter MottleyExeter College
1998March (17th - 21st)PygmalionGeorge Bernard ShawGerard GouldThe Oxford Playhouse
1997December (9th - 13th)Silas MarnerGeorge Eliot (adapted by John O'Connor)John O'ConnorThe Old Fire Station
1997October (23rd - 25th)Old Time Music HallVariousJan RussellExeter Hall, Kidlington
1997August (5th - 16th)The Winter's TaleWilliam ShakespeareDominic OliverSt Peter's College Chapel
1997JuneTwoJim CartwrightBelinda BeasleyDrama Festival Corn Exchange Wallingford
1997April (8th - 12th)Noises OffMichael FraynDavid Tudor & Peter MottleyThe Oxford Playhouse
1996December (10th - 14th)LizPeter MottleyPeter MottleyThe Old Fire Station
1996July / August (24th - 3rd)King LearWilliam ShakespearePeter MalinMerton College
1996JuneThe Dumb WaiterHarold PinterSylvia FinnimoreUnicorn Theatre, Abingdon
1996April (16th - 20th)The Government InspectorN. V. Gogol (translated by D. J. Campbell)Sylvia FinnimoreThe Oxford Playhouse
1995December (5th - 9th)See How They RunPhilip KingDavid BuftonThe Old Fire Station
1995November (11th)Old Time Music HallVariousJan RussellExeter Hall, Kidlington
1995July (12th - 22nd)Much Ado About NothingWilliam ShakespearePeter MottleyExeter College
1995JuneThe Zoo StoryEdward AlbeeSylvia FinnimoreUnicorn Theatre, Abingdon
1995April (4th - 8th)The Country WifeWilliam WycherleyPeter MottleyThe Oxford Playhouse

1990 – 1994

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1994December (6th - 10th)Mother FigureAlan AyckbournDaphne LevensOld Fire Station Theatre
1994December (6th - 10th)The Real Inspector HoundTom StoppardGeorgina FerryOld Fire Station Theatre
1994October (24th - 28th)TasteNick RawlinsonNick Rawlinson (with Theatre Agog)Pegasus Theatre
1994July / August (28th - 6th)CymbelineWilliam ShakespearePeter MalinThe Oxford Playhouse
1994March (22nd - 26th)The Ghost TrainArnold RidleyJan RussellThe Oxford Playhouse
1993December (7th - 11th)The Odd CoupleNeil SimonDon FathersThe Old Fire Station
1993November (9th - 13th)Oh What A Lovely WarJoan LittlewoodPeter MottleyNewman Rooms
1993August (3rd - 7th)Richard IIIWilliam ShakespeareGerard GouldThe Oxford Playhouse
1993July (21st - 31st)Richard IIIWilliam ShakespeareGerard GouldMagdalen College
1993March / April (30th - 3rd)The RivalsRichard Brinsley SheridanMark PaytonThe Oxford Playhouse
1992December (8th - 12th)Breaking the SilenceStephen PoliakoffPeter MalinThe Old Fire Station
1992July / August (29th - 8th)The TempestWilliam ShakespearePeter MottleyWadham College
1992April (7th - 11th)CandlefordFlora Thompson (adapted by Keith Dewhurst)Jan RussellThe Oxford Playhouse
1991December (10th - 14th)The Taming of the ShrewWilliam ShakespeareMark PaytonThe Old Fire Station
1991July (17th - 27th)Twelfth NightWilliam ShakespeareAndy BadenochSheldonian Courtyard
1990December (4th - 8th)Major BarbaraGeorge Bernard ShawPeter MalinNewman Rooms
1990July (11th - 21st)Love's Labour's LostWilliam ShakespeareBetty HowkinsMerton College
1990Jan / Feb (30th - 3rd)CloudsMichael FraynDaphne LevensThe Oxford Playhouse

1986 – 1989

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1989July (19th - 29th)The Comedy of ErrorsWilliam ShakespearePeter MottleyWadham College
1989April (18th - 22nd)MagicNigel FrithNigel Frith & Daphne LevensThe Oxford Union
1989February (21st - 26th)The Knight of the Burning PestleFrancis BeaumontIan ForeClarendon Press Centre
1988DecemberToad of Toad HallA. A. MilneJan Russell & Daphne LevensThe Oxford Union
1988October (4th - 8th)Kafka's DickAlan BennettIan ForePegasus Theatre
1988JulyA Midsummer Night's DreamWilliam ShakespeareChris HarrisSheldonian Courtyard
1988April (19th - 23rd)Diary of a ScoundrelAlexander OstrovskyDaphne LevensThe Oxford Union
1988February (17th - 20th)Accidental Death of an AnarchistDario FoIan ForeClarendon Press Centre
1987NovemberOld Time Music HallVariousJan RussellClarendon Press Centre
1987JulyThe Merry Wives of WindsorWilliam ShakespeareMike PoultonFellows' Garden, Merton College
1987AprilCommediaNigel FrithNigel Frith & Daphne LevensThe Oxford Playhouse
1986December (3rd - 6th)Hard TimesCharles Dickens (adapted by Peter Malin)Peter MalinSt Paul's Arts Centre
1986JulyHamletWilliam ShakespeareGerard GouldChrist Church
1986AprilLark RiseFlora Thompson (adapted by Keith Dewhurst)Jan RussellThe Oxford Playhouse
1986January / FebruaryOld Time Music HallVariousJan RussellClarendon Press Centre

1985

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1985November (19th - 23rd)Late Night RevueTim HodgsonTim HodgsonSt Paul's Arts Centre
1985November (19th - 23rd)Miss JulieAugust StrindbergJoseph KennewaySt Paul's Arts Centre
1985November (19th - 23rd)Hyacinth HaveyLady GregoryMartin MurphySt Paul's Arts Centre
1985JulyAll's Well that Ends WellWilliam ShakespearePeter CooperKeble College
1985MayThe School MistressSir Arthur Wing PineroGerard GouldThe Oxford Playhouse
1985FebruaryOld Time Music HallVariousJan RussellClarendon Press Centre

1984

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MonthYearTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
MonthYearTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1984Nov / Dec (27th - 1st)The LoverHarold PinterRosemary RamageNewman Rooms
1984NovemberBlack ComedyPeter ShafferIan ForeNewman Rooms
1984N/AOld Time Music HallVariousJan RussellClarendon Press Centre
1984JulyAs You Like ItWilliam ShakespeareAndy BadenochWadham College
1984MaySaturday, Sunday, MondayEduardo de FilippoVal LucasThe Oxford Playhouse

1983

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1983N/AOld Time Music HallVariousJan RussellClarendon Press Centre
1983N/AMad Women of ChaillotJean GiraudouxChris HarrisNewman Rooms
1983July (20th - 30th)The Winter's TaleWilliam ShakespeareUrsula MullardTrinity College
1983May (24th - 28th)Epsom DownsHoward BrentonPaul ElkinsThe Oxford Playhouse
1983January (4th - 8th)Turn Again, Turn AgainGraham CranmerGraham CranmerClarendon Press Centre

1982

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1982November (23rd - 27th)Broken HeartJohn FordPeter MalinClarendon Press Centre
1982N/AThe PromiseAlexei ArbuzovPolly MountainBurton - Taylor Rooms
1982JulyTwelfth NightWilliam ShakespeareSimon TaylorMerton College
1982AprilBlithe SpiritNoel CowardLaura B.HowkinsThe Oxford Playhouse

1981

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1981December (8th - 12th)Snow QueenN/AJan Russell & Jacky KearsNewman Rooms
1981NovemberHomeDavid StoreyVal LucasBurton - Taylor Rooms
1981JulyMuch Ado About NothingWilliam ShakespeareGerard GouldThe Sheldonian
1981MayKnuckleDavid HareAlan WardThe Oxford Playhouse
1981MarchOthelloWilliam ShakespeareUrsula MullardClarendon Press Centre

1980

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1980DecemberToad of Toad HallA.A.MilneJan Russell & Daphne LevensThe Old Fire Station
1980NovemberOld Time Music HallN/AJenny BostockClarendon Press Centre
1980OctoberSorryVaclav HavelPeter Malin and Polly MountainBurton - Taylor Rooms
1980N/ATwo Gentlemen of VeronaWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensSt John's College
1980AprilAn Italian Straw HatEugene LabicheJan RussellThe Oxford Playhouse
1980FebruaryOld Time Music HallDick RussellJenny BostockClarendon Press Centre
1980Jan / Feb (29th - 2nd)The PromiseN/APolly MountainN/A

1975 – 1979

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1979Dec (14th - 16th)Incredible VanishingN/ADaphne LevensN/A
1979N/ALove The only SolotionMoliereRon FreberSt Edward's School
1979JulyThe Taming of the ShrewWilliam ShakespeareUrsula MullardKeble College
1979AprilDear AntoineJean AnouilhKeith PollockThe Oxford Playhouse
1979MarchPleasure And RepentanceTerry HandsDaphne LevensN/A
1978DecemberWhen We Are MarriedJ.B. PriestlyVal LucasThe Oxford Playhouse
1978JulyCoriolanusWilliam ShakespeareUrsula MullardQueen's College
1978MaySunday PromenadeLars ForssellKeith PollockNewman Rooms
1977JulyPericlesWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensNew College
1977AprilMrs Warren's Profession CagebirdsGeorge Bernard ShawPatrick SandfordThe Oxford Playhouse
1977November (23rd - 25th)Six Characters in Search of an AuthorLuigi PirandelloBetty HowkinsNewman Rooms
1976November (30th)The Birthday PartyHarold PinterJanet PoddSt Helens & St Katherine's School Abingdon
1976November (29th)The Birthday PartyHarold PinterJanet PoddLord Williams School Thame
1976November (24th - 25th)The Birthday PartyHarold PinterJanet PoddClarendon Press Centre
1976JulyComedy of ErrorsWilliam ShakespeareGerard GouldSt John's College
1976AprilRing Round The MoonJean AnouilhVal LucasThe Oxford Playhouse
1975DecemberGlimpses of the Sex WarAnthology of VariousDaphne LevensCollege of F.Education
1975JulyMacbethWilliam ShakespeareDavid GibsonChrist Church
1975AprilHay FeverNoel CowardRichard ClarkThe Oxford Playhouse

1970 – 1974

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1974JulyA Midsummer Night's DreamWilliam ShakespeareJenny BostockMerton College Gardens
1974AprilTrelawny of The WellsSir Arthur Wing PineroVal LucasThe Oxford Playhouse
1973N/AAfter Magrille / The Real Inspector HoundN/APam StratfordThe Cherwell School
1973JulyMixed DoublesN/ADaphne LevensThe Oxford Playhouse
1973Dec (11th-15th)Uncle VanyaAnton ChekovVal LucasThe Oxford Playhouse
1973April (25th-28th)Uncle VanyaAnton ChekovVal LucasThe Cherwell School
1972September (23rd)Mixed DoublesN/ADaphne LevensMagdalen School
1972JulyMeasure for MeasureWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensNew College Cloisters
1972AprilTom JonesHenry FieldingJenny BostockThe Oxford Playhouse
1971November (10th - 13th)The Children's HourLilliam HellmansVal LucasGraycotes School
1971JulyThe Winter's TaleWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensChrist Church Meadow
1971MarchA Delicate BalanceEdward AlbeeBrian HazardThe Oxford Playhouse
1970N/AHobsons ChoiceHarold BrighouseJenny BostockThe Cherwell School
1970JulyKing JohnWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensChrist Church Meadow
1970April / MayRattle of a Simple ManCharles DyerJenny BostockThe Cherwell School
1970AprilCards of The IdentityNigel DennisBrian HazardThe Oxford Playhouse

1965 – 1969

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1969July / AugLoves Labour's LostWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensSt John's College
1969May (17th)AndorraMax FrischRoy ColquhounThe Kenton Theatre Henley on Thames
1969AprilAndorraMax FrischRoy ColquhounThe Oxford Playhouse
1969Jan / FebHappy FamilyGiles CooperDaphne LevensSt Edward's School
1968JulyThe Prodigious SnobMoliereRoy ColquhounWorcester College
1968AprilMandragolaNiccolo MacchiavelliEdward ShearsThe Oxford Playhouse
1968April (9th - 11th)MandragolaNiccolo MacchiavelliEdward ShearsThe Kenton Theatre Henley on Thames
1967December (2nd)Press CuttingsGeorge Burnard ShawVal LucasLady Spencer Churchill College Wheatley
1967N/ACecileJean AnouilhJoy MasefieldN/A
1967Nov / DecPress CuttingsGeorge Burnard ShawVal LucasJosca's Little Theatre
1967N/ACecileJean AnouilhJoy MasefieldN/A
1967JulyThe Merry Wives of WindsorWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensNew College
1967April (13th - 15th)The Way of the WorldWilliam CongreveGerard GouldThe Kenton Theatre Henley on Thames
1967AprilThe Way of the WorldWilliam CongreveGerard GouldThe Oxford Playhouse
1965DecemberSusan HopleyGeorge Dibdin PittDaphne LevensThe Oxford Playhouse
1965JulyAll's Well That Ends WellWilliam ShakespeareIan DonaldsonAll Souls College
1965MarchThe MagistrateSir Arthur Wing PineroDaphne LevensThe Oxford Playhouse
1965JanuaryElectraGiradouxBrian HazardJosca's Little Theatre

1960 – 1964

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirector Venue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirector Venue
1964JulyThe Taming of the ShrewWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensMerton Fields
1964AprilThe Pinedus AffairTranslated from ItalianDaphne LevensThe oxford Playhouse
1964FebruarySuddenly Last SummerTennessee WilliamsBrian JacksonJosca's Little Theatre
1964N/AIt Should Happen to a DogN/ABrian HazardJosca's Little Theatre
1964N/ABedtime StorySean O'CaseyDaphne LevensJosca's Little Theatre
1963JulyThe TempestWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensSt. John's College
1963MarchIn Good King Charles's Golden DaysBernard ShawGerard GouldJosca's Little Theatre
1963January (22nd - 26th)Blood WeddingFederico Garcïa LorcaDaphne LevensThe Oxford College of Technology
1962AutumnThe CaretakerHarold PinterJean PackmanClarendon Press Centre
1962JulyHamletWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensChrist Church
1961DecemberMother CourageBertolt BrechtOliver WilkinsonThe Oxford Playhouse
1961JulyAs You Like itWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensWorcester College
1960JulyThe Winter's TaleWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensNew College
1960JanuaryThe Clandestine MarriageDavid CarrickDaphne LevensThe Oxford Playhouse

1954 – 1959

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YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
YearMonthTitleAuthorDirectorVenue
1959JulyLoves Labour's LostWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensMerton College
1958JulyA Midsummer Night's DreamWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensSt. John's College
1957JulyMuch Ado About NothingWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensAll Souls College
1956JulyTwelfth NightWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensNew College
1956JanuaryLady Audley's SecretMiss BradonDaphne LevensThe Oxford Playhouse
1955JulyThe Merry Wives of WindsorWilliam ShakespeareDaphne LevensWorcester College
1954N/ALady Audley's SecretMiss BradonDaphne LevensClarendon Press Centre