The entrance to the Burton Taylor.
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.
Coordinates: 51°45′17″N 1°15′40″W / 51.7546°N 1.2611°W