'Sharply paced, very funny ... a hoot!'
The Telegraph 2016
'There’s a delicious larkiness to Love’s Labour’s Lost that makes it perfect for outdoor entertainment on a summer night.'
The Oxford Times 2016
Love’s Labour’s Lost
Wadham College Gardens
28 June – 19 August
Love’s Labour’s Lost
Sunday 7th August
2 pm & 5 pm
4Pepys: Observations of the Notorious 17th Century Diarist
Saturday 6th August
Welcome to the Oxford Shakespeare Company acclaimed specliasts in open-air and site specific theatre and a must-see favourite during the summer.
This year we are delighted to be returning to Wadham College for our fifteenth year and to Wilderness for our third year as well as a first outing at the Beaminster Festival in Dorset.
The OSC are celebrated for our open air, site specific performances both at our summer residency at Wadham College Oxford and across the Historic Royal Palaces sites of Hampton Court, Kensington Palace, Tower of London and the Banqueting House Whitehall.
Our shows are designed to be interactive with the environment in which they are performed, allowing the audience to enter fully into the world of the play. We are renowned for our talented actors, sensational costumes and for the quality of the live music which is individually devised for each production.
For any other enquiries we can be contacted on 0844 879 4418 or 07581 751 198 and email@example.com
With the weather fine, Oxford offers the delight of watching @OSCTheatre's v funny staging of Love's Labour's Lost in Wadham College gardens
— Dominic Cavendish (@domcavendish) July 6, 2016
— pfo (@piaobank) July 9, 2016
— Matthew McPherson (@matpherson) July 11, 2016
— Wadham College (@wadhamoxford) July 15, 2016
Go see @OSCTheatre's wickedly funny production of Love's Labour Lost. Talented cast & great music by Nicholas Lloyd Webber.
— Darwin Franks (@DarwinFranks) July 6, 2016
— Elizabeth MacDonald (@curiousnotion) July 7, 2016
“A wonderful way to pass a sunny evening, this is a must-see show for the summer.”
The Oxford Times 2014
“the Oxford Shakespeare Company treat us to a hugely enjoyable production”
The Oxford Times 2015
“This Twelfth Night is up there as a cultural highlight of the summer. See it you must – even if just for the music.”
Oxford Mail 2015
“an energetic and joyous production … a production that will live long in the memory”
Reading Evening Post 2014