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News

This is an archive of all the News that's been posted to the OULES Website since Time Immemorial (or, well, 2002). If you're looking for more archives, have a look at our past shows or join our mailing lists and have a look at the archives.

Arthur! (or Fifty Shades of Grail)


The end of term is nearly upon us, therefore it must be time for the OULES show!
Come join the quest for the grail with the motley-est assortment of knights you've ever seen! Round Table or not, they're ready for any fight, with swords in their hands and songs in their hearts.
Will Percival ever find the grail? Can Pellinore catch his beast? Is anyone going to point out that Guinevere's in Lancelot's lap? Will Arthur ever notice that's his sister? And why does Mordred look so much like the king?

Come join us in the Moser tehatre, Wadham College
Tuesday-Thursday 8th Week (17th - 29th November) 19:30

£4 for students, children, senior citizens etc; £5 for everyone else

Arthur! Auditions!

This Term OULES will be performing Arthur! based on the legend of King Arthur. Auditions will take place on Sunday 1st Week (7th October) in the Harris Seminar Room, Oriel College.
Please turn up at about 8pm
We'll all be going to the Mitre Pub on High street at about 10pm, if you want to join us there...
If you want more information, can't make the auditions but would like a part, or have any other questions, E-mail the President: Joe. Pip-Pip!

Committee changes...

Due to unforseen circumstances, Steph is not able to take on the role of Homes and Schools Liaison. Luckily, Asha Hartland has agreed to tak it on. Yay!

2012-13 Committee elected!

Where has all the time gone! It only seems a second ago I was announcing the last committee! But obviously a year has passed... Tonight was our AGM and therefore the announcement of our new committee:
  • President - Joe Hermaszewski
  • President of Vice - Adrian Clayton
  • Secretary - Ellie Armstrong
  • Treasurer - Edd Shaw
  • Homes and Schools Liaison Officer - Steph Clarke
  • Wardrobemistresses - Perry Asbury and Sam Young
  • Social Secretary - Diran Bodossian and Robert Collins
  • Webmistress - pilly

Narnia! in the wet...


Now I know that Narnia is famous for it's snow... but all we seem to be getting here is rain. Given the high likelihood of rain this week, we've secured wet weather venues for the shows! Tuesday will be the Pilch Theatre on Jowett Walk, Wednesday and Thursday will be the Wadham College Ante-chapel.

Narnia! (or Lions! Witches! Furniture!


That's right - once again it's the time of year to dust out your best heckles and get yourself down to Wadham Gardens for a night of magic, mayhem and missed cues with our adaptation of C.S. Lewis' "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe."

Will Aslan defeat the fiendish White Witch? Will four ordinary children from Finchley turn out to have the necessary skill set to win a battle and rule a magical nation? Will Edmund get any Turkish Delight? And will the cast find the maturity to get through the show without giggling at the word "beaver"?

Come join us in Wadham College Gardens
Tuesday-Thursday 8th Week (12th - 14th June) 18:30

£4 for students, children, senior citizens etc; £5 for everyone else

Piracy!


Arr! Watch out, there be pirates about! Pirates of the most traditional kind - eyepatches, bandannas, cutlasses, peg legs and all, with villainous grimaces on their lips and bloodthirsty songs in their hearts. Featuring also: A full chorus of Seamen, Landsmen, Madmen, Frenchmen, Parodies, Pastiches, Personalities and Pandemonium. Mostly the latter.
Come join us in The Moser Theatre, Wadham College
Tuesday-Thursday 8th Week (6th - 8th March) 19:30
£4 for students, children, senior citizens etc; £5 for everyone else

Extra cool stuff!

As well as our main show "Piracy!" we'll be doing some other extra cool stuff too!

We'll be doing some workshops for schools that'll probably focus on improv games and stuff. We'll need a few people who'll be confident with teaching games to kids and preferably at least a couple who've done some sort of work with kids before.

We're going to put together a variety show with sketches/songs/possibly a bit of improv and take it busking. We'll need plenty of people to act/sing and ideas or pre-written songs and sketches.

If you're interested in either of the above then E-mail our Homes and Schools Liaison Office, Sasha

Piracy! Auditions!

This Term we will be performing a new show called Piracy!. As you can tell, this is about Pirates... Auditions will take place on Sunday 1st Week (15th January) at Mansfield College.
The auditions will be from 8pm-10pm.
If you want more information, can't make the auditions but would like a part, or have any other questions, E-mail the President: Ben. Arrrrrr!

Watch this space: [] for more info on other exciting projects this term...
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