See a special re-mount of jet-setting production One Small Step, returning from its triumphant world tour of twenty countries across the globe. A fast, funny, full-throttled trip to the moon and back, One Small Step tells the epic and captivating story of the space race, and has proven an irresistible hit with people of all ages. Don’t miss out on your chance to see the show for the last time at Truck.
For smaller children and their families, there is The Secret Garden. A friendly gardener will lead you through a secret door into the magical Secret Garden where there are all sorts of treasures to be found, each with a story to tell. This brand new show is the perfect interactive theatre experience for children aged two to five and their families.
Find a friend and visit the Oxford Playhouse tea tent where just you two can experience the intimate MP3 drama Etiquette. Have a seat around a table and listen to your instructions, that’s all you need to know. Etiquette challenges theatrical conventions and creates a unique experience for those involved.
During the weekend, Oxford Playhouse Young Company 16|22 will be performing exciting promenade performances around the site.
This year Truck’s line-up is bigger than ever featuring Gruff Rhys, The Electric Soft Parade, The Rock of Travolta, Bellowhead, Graham Coxon, Saint Etienne, Johnny Flynn, The Go! Team, Philip Selway and many more. Truck's mission is to build community through music and the arts. The independent jewel in the UK festival season crown, Truck is very much a family-run affair, with brothers Robin and Joe Bennett leading the team with a big DIY-ethos.
Tickets for Truck Festival 2011 at Oxford Playhouse are available from the Ticket Office on 01865 305305 or book online at www.oxfordplayhouse.com
Booking fee applies.
Dates: Friday 22 to Sunday 24 July
Truck Festival Tickets: 3-day weekend ticket including camping: £99
Day tickets from £40 (booking fee applies) Under 12s go free
Venue: Truck Festival, Hill Farm, Steventon