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Grade II listed churches in Oxfordshire


Grade II* listed churches in Oxfordshire


Methodist churches in Oxfordshire


Monasteries in Oxfordshire


Roman Catholic churches in Oxfordshire


Television shows set in Oxfordshire


Christianity in Oxfordshire


Shifnal Festival

Research carried out as part of the Shifnal Town Plan in 2008 suggested residents of the town were interested in staging a festival of arts, culture and entertainment. A committee was formed of volunteers and a date was announced for the first mo ...


Films set in Shropshire


Video games set in Shropshire


Films set in Surrey


Television shows set in Surrey


Video games set in Surrey


Epsom Playhouse

To date the theatre has hosted opera, dance, drama and comedy as its main acts. In January 2009 the Playhouse celebrated its 25th anniversary with a specially commissioned production of Smokey Joes Cafe.


Films set in Somerset


Television shows set in Somerset


Video games set in Somerset


Cedars Hall

Cedars Hall is Wells Cathedral Schools performing arts venue located in Wells, Somerset, England. Opened in autumn 2016, it provides the capacity for audiences of 350 in its main recital hall named Eavis Hall after Old Wellensian Michael Eavis, C ...


The Playhouse, Weston-super-Mare

The Playhouse is a 664-seat theatre in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, South West England that hosts shows all year round including opera, ballet, comedy, music and pantomime performances. In 1946 an old market building, designed by Hans Price, a lo ...


Cheddleton Carnival


Lichfield Bower

The Bower is well known in Lichfield, England and nearby areas. It is a festival held each spring on a bank holiday. It is about 800 years old. A statute of Henry II of England ordered that all men capable of bearing arms should be inspected by t ...


Television shows set in Staffordshire


Video games set in Staffordshire


New Vic Theatre

The New Vic Theatre in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England, is a purpose-built theatre in the round which opened in 1986, replacing a converted cinema, the Victoria Theatre, Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent.


Queens Theatre, Burslem

The Queens Theatre is a theatre building in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, England. It is situated in Wedgwood Place in the town centre. It is a Grade II listed building, listed on 19 April 1972.


Harvest at Jimmys (Festival)

Harvest at Jimmys is a two-day music and food festival held at Jimmys Farm near Ipswich in Suffolk. The first ever Harvest Festival took place on 12 & 13 September 2009. The 2010 event took place on the same site on 11–12 September. The event is ...


Films set in Suffolk


Television shows set in Suffolk


The Seagull (theatre)

The Seagull is a theatre and cinema in Pakefield, a suburb of Lowestoft in Suffolk, run almost entirely by volunteers from the local community. It plays host to regional and national touring theatre companies as well as films and other acts, and ...


Films set in East Sussex


Television shows set in East Sussex


Brighton in fiction


East Sussex in fiction


Films set in Sussex


Television shows set in Sussex


Television shows set in Tyne and Wear


Playhouse, Whitley Bay

The Playhouse, Whitley Bay is a state of the art, 630 seater auditorium in the coastal resort of Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear. Having undergone a major and completed refurbishment by North Tyneside Council in 2009, the contemporary theatre has a gl ...


Films set in the West Midlands (county)


Television shows set in the West Midlands (county)


Abbey Theatre, Nuneaton

The Abbey Theatre is a theatre situated on Pool Bank Street in the Abbey Green quarter of Nuneaton, England. The venue hosts a wide variety of other performances including visiting opera and ballet companies, touring shows, musicals, pantomime an ...


Macready Theatre

The Macready Theatre is a professional theatre on Lawrence Sheriff Street in the town centre of Rugby, Warwickshire, it is owned by Rugby School. The theatre is housed in an old Victorian building which dates from 1885 which was originally built ...


The Bridge House Theatre


Films set in Warwickshire


Monasteries in Wiltshire


Television shows set in Wiltshire


Video games set in Wiltshire


Festival Theatre, Malvern

The Festival Theatre, now known as Malvern Theatres, is a theatre complex on Grange Road in Malvern, Worcestershire, England. Malvern Theatres, housed in the Winter Gardens complex in the town centre of Great Malvern, has been a provincial centre ...


Swan Theatre, Worcester

The Swan Theatre is a theatre currently run by the Worcester Live Charitable Trust in Worcester, England. It is the official residence of the Worcester Repertory Company, Swan Youth Theatre and Young Rep. It stages drama, music, dance and spoken ...


Hebden Bridge Picture House

Hebden Bridge Picture House in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, is one of the last remaining council-owned cinemas in Britain. Together with the adjacent shops, it forms a Grade II listed building. The Picture House, built between 1919-1921, is an ...


Penistone Paramount Cinema

The Penistone Paramount Cinema is a community cinema and theatre in Penistone, near Barnsley, in the heart of the South Yorkshire Pennines. Besides the big film releases, there are live shows and monthly organ concerts. The cinema is also home to ...

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