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Oxage: Phoenix of Hope

Oxage: Phoenix of Hope

.....Which side will you choose?

Oxage is a mystical world connected through a portal to earth. In a battle against time can Princess Hope save Oxage and the throne before the portal closes? But does she know her true enemy? Set amongst the dreaming spires of Oxford, we invite the audience to watch as a civil war is declared; friendships are tested, true love questioned and the characters all realise their true potential as two worlds combine in a fight to save a Utopia from descending into destruction.

Phoenix of Hope is the second of the Oxage trilogy and continues the quest of our heroine, the Princess Hope, as she struggles to regain her memory, realise her importance and save her people from her own father. Fairy Dust Arts brings you a unique experience of a new spellbinding piece of written work,with the use of media to update the audience of the story and immersive theatre to take the audience into the world of Oxage.

"This is an innovative and exciting company, daring to break through theatrical inhibitions every bit as tangible as the portal between Oxford and Oxage. Fairy Dust Arts are delightfully engaging and welcoming. It is refreshing and enjoyable to walk this journey through the centre of Oxford on a fine summer evening. It is for 'children' five to ninety-five - discover Oxage! Enjoy!"

This production is part of a work programme where young people gain various skills to produce a production. From The Oxford Mail: Tea and Coffee after the show with some of the cast. Performance: 7pm.

Tickets £6 Space is limited to 30 guests per performance.

Tickets in advance from Laura Boone  or click the following link: There will be further performances on Sunday 23rd August at 4pm and 7pm

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