The Company

 

The OSC are acclaimed specialists in open-air and site specific theatre and a must-see favourite during the summer.

Celebrated for our open air, site specific performances both at our summer residency at Wadham College Oxford and across the Historic Royal Palaces sites of Hampton Court, Kensington Palace, Tower of London and the Banqueting House Whitehall.

Our shows are designed to be interactive with the environment, allowing the audience to enter fully into the world of the play. 

The OSC can provide bespoke workshops and entertainment for business, educational establishments and private events. Please contact us to discuss.

For all enquiries we can be contacted on 0844 879 4418 or 07581 751 198 and info@osctheatre.org.uk

Charlotte Windmill

co-founder & creative producer

Charlotte Windmill is a co-founder and Creative Producer of the OSC. In 2010, Charlotte and Emma also formed Lamplighter Drama. She also works increasingly in creating bespoke events and theatrical installations that use live performance and theatre design techniques to enhance the visitor experience of exceptional private and public environments.

Nicholas Green

Co-Founder & Director

Nicholas is co-founder and director of the OSC. Direction for OSC includes:  Love’s Labour’s Lost, Twelfth NightPrivate Lives (Wadham Collge), Telling Tales at the Tower (Tower of London), The Revolution Radio (Banqueting House) and Alice in Wonderland and Romeo & Juliet on the Orient Express. Work elsewhere includes, as Writer/Director or producer, the National Theatre of Romania, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, Arts Theatre, Arcola and BAC.

Emma Randle

Executive DIRECTOR

Emma has produced eleven shows for the OSC. She is also Executive Producer of Lamplighter Drama & Lamplighter Theatre. Previously, associate producer for Only Connect, a creative criminal justice charity and General Manager of the Urdang Academy, a leading performing arts college.

Adrian Lillie

COSTUME DESIGNER

Adrian has been the resident designer for the Oxford Shakespeare Company since its first season in 2002. His extensive costume work includes the design and construction of large-scale musicals and period productions to styling supervision of smaller showcase presentations.