Enjoy street theatre against Oxford scenic backdrops
Discover the connections between Shakespeare and Oxford people & places
See Tudor sights plus Oxford's most beautiful buildings
Option to join the actors and guide for a drink at end of tour, in the pub where Shakespeare drank!
Enjoy street theatre comic sketches against Oxford backdrops as part of an anecdotal walking tour to introduce Shakespeare's Oxford connections and the life of a Shakespearean player. Comic actors plus guide will do comic takes on Shakespeare's plays. What to Expect Offering unique entertainment for a visit to Oxford or for locals with visitors to take out for a creative theatrical experience. See sketches & characters from Shakespeare plays introduced in a comic way for a modern audience. Plus an introduction to Shakespeare and his contemporaries within our guided walking tour. Bringing alive Shakespeare's plays, his friends, his patron, as we introduce Oxford history and heritage connected to William Shakespeare. The tour passes by many sights of Oxford and the guide will introduce the historical anecdotes and describe what life was like for a Tudor player. The actors will entertain you also with ironic sketches from Romeo and Juliet, Mac Beth, Julius Caesar, Hamlet. Please note all of this tour takes place outside, so please bring umbrellas or waterproofs, as we run the tour whatever the weather may be like. This event is suitable for children too and we hope to inspire everyone from either Shakespearean scholars or pundits to children learning about Shakespeare for the first time. So to travel back in time to the year 1596, please book your tickets now.