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been used for many outside events including Shakespeare plays by Creation Theatre company and from 2012 has been used for wedding receptions. Headington
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Archived from the original on 9 May 2017. Retrieved 6 May 2017. "Creation Theatre Company – The Snow Queen". Newbury Theatre. Archived from the original
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via www.bbc.co.uk. "Would the real Toad Hall please stand up - Creation Theatre Company". 23 November 2017. "Wind in the Willows Centenary". Berks&Bucks
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Volpone Wilton's Music Hall Corvino 2005 Beauty and the Beast Creation Theatre Company The Beast 2009 Honolulu Pleasance Courtyard Milo 2004 Better Watch
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via www.bbc.co.uk. "Would the real Toad Hall please stand up - Creation Theatre Company". 23 November 2017. "Wind in the Willows Centenary". Berks&Bucks
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Royal & Derngate, and Derby) Evita (European Tour) Twelfth Night (Creation Theatre Company) Peter Pan (West Yorkshire Playhouse) The Wizard of Oz (New Vic
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directiong a series of ambitious site specific shows for Oxford's Creation Theatre company including 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' at the Mathematics Institute,
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Museum Covent Garden (Playing with Fire by August Strindberg) and Creation Theatre Company (Romeo and Juliet, which Doggart set in 18th century Ireland, with