June 8 – July 6

Call 01865 766266 or creationtheatre.co.uk

Creation is back, this time with the famous story of good versus evil which plays itself out in the body of one man. Jekyll & Hyde has been adapted into a fast-paced, one-man show, resulting in Creation’s most intimate show to date, all exploding in the Norrington Room at Blackwells, where they’ll be climbing the walls!



Old Fire Station n June 8

Call 01865 263980 or oxfordfringe.org

Catch Ben Champion’s hour-long preview gig of the show the comic will then be taking to Edinburgh. An hour of musical comedy dedicated to what makes us human, Ben asks if it’s all to do with cooking, being superstitious and texting while drunk. Ben plays both guitar and keyboard so expect to laugh your way through his language and music.

Discovery Zone Closing party

Science Oxford Live, St Clements, Oxford

Until tomorrow n scienceoxford.com/live Science Oxford Live, the cultural centre for science on St Clements, will open its Discovery Zone for the last time on Saturday. To mark the final day of opening, there will be a special free day of shows and activities for families including science shows delivered by the venue’s own team of presenters. Expect giant bubbles, the sticky straw challenge, and craft activities for children to take away with them. Once the St Clements venue closes, Science Oxford staff will continue to organise family science events around Oxfordshire, as they build towards a new £38m science centre next to Oxford’s Castle Mound.

A Cappella


New Theatre, Oxford

Friday June 7 – Saturday June 8 at 7.30pm

Call 0844 871 3020 or atgtickets.com The Oxford University’s premier all-male a cappella group is back with its annual charity concert for Helen and Douglas House. Serving an unbeatable cocktail of hot harmonies and outrageous choreography, these 14 sharp-suited singers provide a musical experience like no other. Their enjoyment is contagious, their musicality infectious, a cappella like you've never heard it before.