Christmas Playdays 2018

Please note that bookings for the Dick Whittington Playday and Christmas Party Playday are now closed.

Playdays are available to OASIS members only. If you are not currently a member then please visit our MEMBERSHIP page to join OASIS before applying for any Playdays places.

Please complete the booking form, specifying the number of adults and children you wish to attend your chosen Playdays, and we will email you to confirm your place(s) and arrange payment:

Dick Whittington & His Cat 

Date: Saturday 8th December

Time: 7pm

Venue: Oxford Playhouse, 11-12 Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2LW

Suitable ages: 3+

Cost: £5.00 per child place

Duration: 2 hours with interval

Parking: Please use Oxford car parks or Oxford bus services

Join us for a pirate, pussycat and rat-packed panto party! Dick Whittington’s heading to town to seek his fortune – he’s heard the streets are paved with gold. But when he gets there, it’s hard to see the gold beneath the grime and King Rat is out to get him! And that’s just the start of his adventures. With his trusty cat in tow and pirate ships on the horizon, Dick’s going to need a little help from you if he’s going to win the day. It’ll be a Whitting-tonne of fun!

OASIS Christmas Party

Date: Friday 21st December

Times: 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Venue: Partyman World of Play, 3a/3b, Ozone Leisure Park, Grenoble Rd, Oxford OX4 4XP

Cost: £7.50 per child space

Suitable ages: All ages

We have exclusive use of Partyman World Of Play which is home to a huge themed multi levelled play frame. Enjoy the slides and ball area. There is an astro turf football area as well as a soft play area dedicated to under 3s. We will have a very special visit from santa who will have a gift for every child attending this playday.

Cold snack boxes will be available for every child that they can either eat there or take away with them, these will contain a roll, crisps, Chocolate, raisins and a carton of juice. The cafe will also be open but will not be the full menu.

Please remember your socks. Parents/Carers are reminded that they are responsible for their children.