East Oxford's vibrant community theatre, newly refurbished in 2010. Check out the fabulous bike rack - probably the best example of a functional art installation in Oxford. Fair Trade coffee, juices. wine and snacks. Organic lollies. Wheelchair friendly. Next events at Pegasus Theatre
Fair Trade products & Organic Fair Trade coffee, juices. wine and snacks. Organic lollies.
Gluten Free available. Cuisine: Tea Pig tea, the "Pegaslush" iced drink, sandwiches, jacket potatoes, gluten-free cakes, breakfast, all reasonably priced.
Whose Crown Is It Anyway? Thu 20 Jun: 8pm. £8, £6 (concs)
ConfiDANCE Thu 20 Jun: 7.30pm
Something For The Weekend – Technical Tours And Workshops Sat 22 Jun: 10am,11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm
Funday Sunday: Baby Boogie Sun 23 Jun: 1pm, 3pm
Dance Fitness & Tone Mon 24 Jun: 7:15pm
Street Dance Mon 24 Jun: 8:30pm
OCM Open 2013 Fri 28 Jun: 7.30pm
OCM Youth Open 2013 Sat 29 Jun: 7.30pm
From Where I'm Standing Thu 4 Jul: 7.30pm
Knitters Cafe at Pegasus Wed 10 Jul: 1pm - 3pm
Guys And Dolls Wed 28 Aug: 7.30pm
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The newly redeveloped Pegasus is a joy to inhabit (though, performers: please be aware that the steeply raked seating's sightlines prevent most of the audience from seeing anything you're doing on the floor at the very front of the stage). Though the main performance space doesn't appear to have changed much, the foyer and cafe are pretty and the workshops, garden, offices and other spaces out back are light, airy and spacious, with some great sculpture (including a snaking street-front bike rack made of bike chains). The theatre's ethos of inclusion and exploration of unusual and often challenging genres seems to radiate out of it - making it the perfect home for edgy showcases.
Su Jordan (DI Staff), 31/05/11
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