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Suddenly a Star at The Oxford Story Museum

1 December 21 – 2 January 22

What to expect

A mother and her son share traditional tales of clever Grandparents (as if there’s any other kind), donkeys, wishes, and cunning mice that will be music to your ears. Join them as they explore how a star can suddenly appear and strike an unexpected chord.

With gentle humour and a big dollop of light hearted family squabbles (it is Christmas after all), this is a show that will have all ages under its spell, and carries the important message that everyone has the ability to shine their own light, in their own way.

Written and performed by award-winning writer, Renata Allen and songwriter and musician, David Gibb, Suddenly A Star weaves a galaxy of stories stretching back through time to the present day that’s guaranteed to leave you with music in your heart and stars in your eyes.

To purchase tickets, please visit the website or call the Box Office on 01865 807600.

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How to get there

Oxford Story Museum is a short walk from Oxford Station. Travel with GWR and avoid the hectic city centre for an even more enjoyable experience this Christmas.

Illustration of a night sky, a piano player and a cat in a castle