Burton Taylor Studio

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The entrance to the Burton Taylor.
Burton Taylor Studio is located in Oxford city centre
Burton Taylor Studio
Burton Taylor Studio
Location of The Burton Taylor Studio within central Oxford

The Burton Taylor Studio ("The BT") is a 50-seat studio theatre owned by Oxford University. It is situated on Gloucester Street, off Beaumont Street in Oxford, United Kingdom close to the Oxford Playhouse, a larger professional theatre, which manages the Burton Taylor Studio on behalf of the University. The theatre is named after Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor.

It plays host to numerous, small-budget productions often starring Oxford students,as well as examined productions at the GCSE and A levels by local schools and colleges. Recent notable productions have included a staging of the play The Second Maiden's Tragedy, which Charles Hamilton claimed to be Cardenio, a lost play attributed to William Shakespeare and John Fletcher.

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Coordinates: 51°45′17″N 1°15′40″W / 51.7546°N 1.2611°W / 51.7546; -1.2611