Aged between 16-21 and interested in taking part in RicNic Oxford 2019? We think you should!
We're a small charity, but we're a unique one, because we give young people the means to really run the show - without paying a penny in participation fees. Put simply, we give our participants the funds to put on a full-scale musical, every summer, at a professional theatre.
RicNic is about mucking in, teamwork, and having fun as much as anything else, and there are a variety of roles on offer - from marketing and publicity to costume design and even business development. So, whether your strengths lie onstage, behind the curtain or in the pit, make sure you check us out on Facebook and Twitter for regular updates - or drop us a line at email@example.com - and find out how you can get involved!
We look forward to hearing from you!
Pictured: Cast members from Anything Goes during an active - and enjoyable! - rehearsal.
Get to know the 2018 team by visiting the Anything Goes show page!
Pictured: The company of Sweeney Todd, hard at work in rehearsal (whilst having a lot of fun!)
Sneak a peek into the goings-on of the 2017 team by visiting the Sweeney Todd show page!
Pictured: Members of Thoroughly Modern Millie cast and crew in rehearsal. The action then transferred to the Pegasus Theatre, where the curtain lifted on a truly spectacular production!
To learn more about the show, please visit our Thoroughly Modern Millie page.
Pictured: Cast members of Into the Woods in rehearsal. Called a 'seamless and professional production' by critics, this challenging Sondheim show was staged beautifully by our talented young team.
To learn more about this production, please visit our Into the Woods page.
Pictured: RicNic in rehearsal - Billis has a few words to say to his fellow marines! With an eighteen-piece band and twelve real palm trees on stage, no less, this production played to full houses for each of its six shows.
To learn more, please visit our South Pacific page.
2012 - Present
Following on from its early success in Winchester, RicNic has been running summer projects in Oxford since 2012. We are currently compiling a gallery with as many images as we can find of all previous productions. However, in the meantime, here is a list of the shows performed in Oxford thus far:
If you'd like to learn more about how to help us grow, or if you're interested in making a donation, we'd be delighted to hear from you!
Please visit our Friends Scheme page or contact Projects and Production Manager, Alexandra Finlay (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss how we might work together.