Out of the Blue is Oxford's premier all-male a cappella group. The original group was formed in 2000, although its members have changed over the years as the students have moved on from Oxford and Oxford Brookes universities.
With absolutely no instruments to back their vocals the boys recreate what can only be described as top studio sound, including drum and base. Their repertoire is an eclectic mix of songs, focusing on covers of rock and pop classics.
Amazing a capella group from Oxford who appeared on Britain's Got Talent. Using just vocals they create a range of sounds, including drum and bass, with a repertoire that includes both pop and classics
A string quartet like you've never seen before! The instruments are traditional, but that's about it. They do jazz and popular music with classical instruments and have plenty of audience participation.
The first concert gospel choir in Britain. Known for their funky gospel flair, swing beat, r'n'b, traditional and soul arrangements. Energetic and inspiring.
London Community Gospel Choir
Welsh male voice choir Only Men Aloud won the BBC's 2008 'Last Choir Standing' talent show.
Only Men Aloud
A brand new musical is created at each performance. They take ideas from the audience - setting, musical styles, plot, characters etc and create a musical before your very ideas. Seriously good, but best seen to be believed.
Showstopper! The Improvised Musical
The Totties are Paul Smith and Carolyn Allen. Together as Opera Tottie, they perform non serious opera works, with the emphasis on fun and frivolity. If you like opera you'll appreciate them and if you hate opera you'll love them, as it's all very tongue in cheek. They can also write and perform a special one off piece about the company/directors etc (exact content up to you of course).