A photo of a group of drag performers with a rang of body types and styles on stage. They strike dynamic poses as they hold up placards with messages such as "End racism", "Intersex rights now" and "Queer revolution, not rainbow capitalism". The stage is lit with a purply blue light and various pride flags are hanging in the background.

INCLUSIVE.

queer.

CAMP.

T(ART) Productions is an Oxford-based arts company specialising in cabaret, arts, and social events.

 

ABOUT T(ART) PRODUCTIONS

We want to create inclusive, accessible events with a fun and campy twist. We are a queer* events company specialising in cabaret, arts, and social events and have been creating events for over five years.

We are best known for our long-running cabaret show OxPHWOARd.

Creating a safe space for everyone is a core part of our philosophy. All of our events come with our safe space policy and accessibility information to ensure that people feel seen, safe, and supported.

Our signature style is unmistakably camp, queer, and eclectic.

 

*We use the word queer as an umbrella term for people who are part of the LGBTQIA+ community. It's about rejecting society's expectations and carving out your own path. The word also describes our culture, community, and history.

UPCOMING EVENTS

 
  • Queer Yoga
    Sun, 15 May
    South Oxford Community Centre
    15 May, 14:00
    South Oxford Community Centre, Lake St, Oxford OX1 4RP, UK
    A gentle hour of breath and movement where your queerness is totally welcome.
  • Fruit Salad
    Sun, 22 May
    Common Ground
    22 May, 13:00
    Common Ground, 37-38 Little Clarendon St, Oxford OX1 2HF, UK
    A casual meet up for trans, non binary, intersex, and questioning people. Whether you’ve been out and proud for years, or are just beginning to question your identity, you’re welcome here.
  • The PHWOAR Next Door
    Fri, 10 Jun
    Cornerstone Arts Centre
    10 Jun, 19:30
    Cornerstone Arts Centre, 25 Station Rd, Didcot OX11 7NE, UK
    Oxford’s best loved cabaret is stepping out and coming to Didcot! In a glittering array of lip syncing, striptease, and comedy, we’re here to celebrate Pride the fabulous way.

T(ART) PRIDE

Coming July 2022

We're so jazzed to announce we are running a gorgeously queer festival celebrating YOU!

Say boo to cishet normativity, and say hello to self expression instead! Join us for a fabulous month of workshops, performances, and social events in Oxford.

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our team

A slim white person with freckles beams at the camera. She has curly asymmetrical auburn hair, red lipstick and false eyelashes on. They wear a black blazer with a black top underneath that says "queer" in shiny gold letters.

Photo by Fiona Cue

Anna Sturrock (they/she)*
Founder & Chair

Best known as mother of the Oxford drag scene Ginger Tart, Anna is a dynamic force to be reckoned with. This must-see performer, producer, and teacher has been tearing up the cabaret scene for 6 years, from their silly and surreal acts to their queer and boundary-breaking events. She founded OxPHWOARd: the home of camp, queer and eclectic cabaret in Oxford, and the Oxfordshire Drag Collective: to foster new drag talent in Oxford in an inclusive and welcoming environment.

Anna has been working in the arts for six years now, creative innovative and exciting work across Oxfordshire.

They have an enhanced DBS check and have completed safeguarding training. They can also sign basic BSL and have done training in queer audio description. They have been working with vulnerable young people for many years and are passionate about accessibility.

Anna is non-binary and queer. She is also neurodivergent and has ADHD.

* You may notice we put pronouns like (they/them) or (she/her) after people's names. Find out why by visiting MyPronouns.org

 
 

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