[Oxford *cough* Light Entertainment Society]

The 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.

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

show poster Robin Hood
This story takes place a little after the traditional Robin Hood legends end, when Robin has rescued Marian from the clutches of evil Prince John, and everyone gets their happily ever after - or do they? In fact, Marian's refused to marry Robin, and has started her own rival troupe of outlaws, the Mighty Maids. Prince John still wants revenge, Robin still wants Marian, and Marian, well, Marian's not sure what she wants. But there's tropes to be lampshaded, derring to be done, and buckles to be swashed...

As is our way, we will be providing a heady mixture of clever wordplay, witty repartee, catchy songs, and charity fundraising. Oh, and it'll all be outside in the gorgeous summer sunshine*

Warden's Gardens, Wadham College
Tuesday - Thursday 8th Week (16th - 18th June)

£4 for students, children, senior citizens etc
£5 for everyone else
All profits will go to charity.

*(Disclaimer: The OULES are not actually weather gods, and therefore cannot guarantee sunshine. But hey, fingers crossed)
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Latest News
The First Gnoel Posted by pilly on 22/11/2014
The Oxford University Light Entertainment Society is proud to present our Michaelmas Term Show
Follow the adventures of Fainon the Elf, Gnorman the Gnome and Ortant the Imp as they wrestle with existential crises of fantastical proportions. Along their way they will meet a talking moose with identity issues, a trio of all-powerful genies and a witless royal. But in the background lurks a wildlife documentary crew, and damn it, they are going to get their tragic ending even if it kills them (them being the other characters in the story). Can our heroes reach Christmas in time?

Come join us in the Al-Jaber Auditorium, Corpus Christi College
Tuesday-Thursday 8th Week (2nd - 4th December) 19:30

£4 for students, children, senior citizens etc; £5 for everyone else. All profits will go to Village Africa and Cardiac Risk in the Young
2014-15 Committee elected! Posted by pilly on 17/06/2014
This evening we had our AGM and I am pleased to announce our new committee:
  • President - Judith Moore
  • Secretary - Ben Kybett
  • Treasurer - Ellie Armstrong
  • Homes and Schools Liaison Officer - Elena Harty
  • Social Secretary - Connor Warden
  • Webmistress - pilly
Auditions for Why Jeeves Posted by pilly on 26/04/2014
This Term OULES will be performing Why Jeeves. Auditions will take place on Sunday 1st Week (27th April) in the Daubney Laboratory, Magdalen College.
Please turn up at about 8pm
Our auditions are nothing serious at all - a chance to meet us, try out a few parts and have a bit of a laugh...
If you want more information, can't make the auditions but would like a part, or have any other questions, E-mail the President: Elena. Pip-Pip!