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Supporting new Talent
Oxford House is a multipurpose arts centre that includes a theatre, gallery and dance studio.
The arts centre was built in 2004 and supports our aim to provide space for new or emerging artists in visual or performing arts. We are able to provide support in different ways; from rehearsal space, marketing and help with ticketing.
If you are an emerging artist looking for an affordable space to exhibit and support to reach a wider audience, our gallery and our team can be of great help.
Great emerging artists have already exhibited in our gallery, both as part of a collective exhibition like the successful ‘VIA’ Open Show, or as a solo, like Elsbeth van der Poel with her magnificent ‘Worry Boy’.
If you want the ideal studio theatre space we can help you. Our theatre, with up to 120 seats, can be the first platform to start your career. When needed, and subject to availability, we can also offer free and comfortable rehearsing space.
During 2015 we programmed a series of theatre events to give more visibility to amazing talents who don’t always have the opportunity to showcase their work. Among them, Tom Adams with two versions of Howl at the Moon, a month of jazz bands and a work in progress, Rights of Passage, by Clare Summerskill and Artemis Theatre Company which proudly sold out.