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Fear not! We've partnered with Oxford New Theatre to tell you all you need to know on how to get there by bus and with great value tickets, that's even more reason to treat yourself to an interval drink!
Whether you're coming from Bicester, Banbury, Woodstock, Eynsham or Witney, we have routes all over the county, and from London, to keep you connected and get you home after your theatre outing.
No problem, we have flexible ticketing options to ensure you get the best value fare for your journey.
From Bicester and Gosford, take the S5
The S5 service runs up to every 15 minutes Mondays to Saturdays and up to every 30 minutes on Sundays
It stops on Magdalen Street, stop T1, which is just around the corner from the New Theatre (on George Street)
From Banbury and Deddington, take the S4
The S4 services runs up to every 30 minutes Mondays to Saturdays, and 4 times a day on Sundays
It also stops on Magdalen Street, stop T1, which is just around the corner from the New Theatre (on George Street)
From Chipping Norton, Charlbury and Woodstock, take the S3
The S3 service runs up to every 20 minutes Mondays to Fridays, and up to every 30 minutes on Saturdays and Sundays
It stops on George Street, stop A5, right outside the New Theatre. For your return trip, you can catch the bus from Gloucester Green bus station, bay 8, a short walk from the Theatre.
From Carterton, Witney and Eynsham, take the S1 or S2
The S1 service runs up to every 15 minutes Mondays to Saturdays and up to every 20 minutes on Sundays
It stops on George Street, stop B2 and you can catch it back from stop A3 on George Street, just outside the Theatre doors.
The S2 service runs a less frequent service, up to every 30 minutes Mondays to Saturdays, with no Sunday service.
It drops off and picks up at Gloucester Green bus station, bay 8, which is a short walk from the Theatre.
From central London, Hillingdon and Lewknor, take the Oxford Tube
The Oxford Tube runs 24 hours a day between Oxford and London, with departures up to every 10 minutes.
It stops in Gloucester Green bus station, which is just round the corner from Oxford New Theatre.
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The internationally acclaimed stage sensation Jersey Boys tells the true life story of four boys from the wrong side of the tracks who wrote their own songs, invented their own unique sound, and sold 100 million records worldwide
On at the New Theatre from the 18th Dec 2018 to the 6th Jan 2019.
There's been a New Theatre in Oxford since 1833, and this New Theatre opened in 1934 - the story of the venue is worthy of appearing on its own stage - it's got mystery, tragedy, comedy and triumph. Oxford's stories thread through it and the town's great names and families can all be found in its misty history.The history of the building we know and love today goes back to 1908, when the venue was taken over by Charles Dorrill.