Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 September at 7.30pm
New Art Club present:
This Is Now

In 1983, Tom illegally taped the first Now That’s What I Call Music LP (side one) onto a C60 cassette. 25 years later he found it in a drawer and a new show was born.
Join Britain’s funniest dance duo as they deconstruct this first ever Now album and jump headlong into the dark pool of days gone by and come out covered in filthy 80’s gunk. Wrestling with classic hits from Bonnie Tyler and Duran Duran, amongst others, will Tom and Pete be able to save the audience from drowning in nostalgia?

Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 October at 7.30pm
Yorke Dance present:
Americana

An eclectic evening of contemporary dance shaped specifically for the Burton Taylor Studio by the Yorke Dance Project. The evening features new work choregraphed by Artistic Director Yolande Yorke-Edgell and dance maverick Wendy Houstoun, plus select moments from US choregrapher and icon Bella Lewitzky‘s Meta 4. One of Oxford’s youth dance companies will open the evening, which brings some of the UK’s finest contemporary dancers to the BT Studio.

Thursday 7 to Saturday 9 October at 7.30pm
Dancing Brick present:
How Heap & Pebble Took on the World and Won

The incredible story of two dancers in a world without ice.
Five years ago the last of the world’s ice disappeared. A year after that the sport of ice dancing went with it. Tonight Heap Krusiak and Pebble Adverati, the greatest ice dancers the world has ever known, will attempt, against all odds to bring back what the world took away by competing again.   This is a story of friendship and love when everything else has disappeared, and the story of how we cope when our environment stops providing us with what we need.

Post show talk: Thursday 7 October

Tickets for all shows £10 discounts £8
Call the Ticket Office on 01865 305 305 or visit http://www.oxfordplayhouse.com <http://www.oxfordplayhouse.com>