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Oxford University Light Entertainment Society is a non-profit making group dedicated to putting on shows for those who cannot normally travel to the theatre, taking plays to special needs schools, hospitals and retirement homes.  We are a small, informal group and aim to encourage first time actors, directors and writers.

The Reduced Tolkien, and Harry Potter and the Generic Adventure.
Our garden plays this term will be two wonderfully silly fantasy tales of Magic and, um... More Magic. They are performed out of doors, in (wait for it...) a garden! I'd never have guessed. Anyway, the idea is that we aim to put them on in the warden's garden in Wadham, and then when it rains come up with some sort of last minute alternative venue (probably the chapel). This is, as usual, in 8th week, Tuesday to Thursday,  and - you know what?- probably at 7:30 as well. Details will be on -announce in 7th week.


Like the look of this page?
I'm planning to go through the whole site, making it look new, and possibly even adding new content. If, unbelievably, you are both reading this and interested in writing some, then by all means get in touch. This is as close as I could get to Beth's original design, and credit goes to her for the header at the top. The idea is to have different colours for each section, though I haven't quite decided though whether to completely get rid of the original tabby blue, or keep a bit for old time's sake.
At the moment, this one page is as far as I've got, but one of these days it'll get done.

If you have enquiries about the society, get in touch with our president Dan

This site is maintained by Rory Morrison, contact me if you have any comments or questions about it, or if you find a broken link. 
This site was maintained by Helen Nightingale, but don't contact her about it anymore.
However, many of the opinions expressed on it are actually Elizabeth's because she wrote it in the first place, and mostly where it says "I" it means her, not me. Except in this bit, where "me" does mean Helen. Or Rory. Yes. Quite.