The theatre is open from 7.00pm with the performances starting at 7.30pm.
There isn’t a specific meeting point, just come directly to the castleyard.
Each performance has 180 seats that we provide. Bringing your own chairs is not permitted.
Seating is also all non-reserved, so you may sit anywhere you choose.
We would advise checking the weather beforehand and bringing any appropriate clothing with you (coat, umbrella, blanket etc). The show will go on unless there is a torrential downpour, whereby a refund will be offered.
It varies from performance to performance. Usually, the play will finish at 10.00pm, but sometimes they can overrun.
Yes, there is a 30-minute interval in the middle of each performance.
Yes, but no alcohol or glass. Glass is prohibited and if you are found to have it on you, we will confiscate it and return it to you at the end of the performance.
If you would like alcohol during your performance, we do sell alcohol from our Gift Shop during The Oxford Shakespeare Festival.
Yes, there will be a limited number of tickets available on the door. These will be sold on a first come first serve basis.
For any other questions, please don’t hesitate to email us at email@example.com and we’d be happy to help!
Concession tickets are for children, students with valid ID and 60+
We offer group rates for 15 or more people. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire.
No parking is available on site.
We recommend using one of 5 Oxford Park and Rides which have frequent bus links into the city centre. Seacourt Park and Ride is the closest to the city, however, as that can often get busy (especially on weekends), Redbridge Park and Ride is our preferred car park.
Car parks can be found at Oxpens, Worcester Street, Gloucester Green and Westgate Shopping Centre. All are a short walking distance from Oxford Castle.
Coach parking is available at Redbridge Park and Ride.
For more details and a map of Oxford’s car parks please visit the Oxford City Council website.