Oh My Sweets!

Sweet tooth? You’ve come to the right place!

Here at Oh My Sweets, we’re dedicated

to everything sweet and awesome!

Our boxes are packed with all your favourite treats so they are a perfect gift for a friend, loved one or even a present to yourself -

we all deserve a little treat every now and then.

Packed lovingly with quality sweets and treats, our boxes have got you covered for every celebration or occasion and we even have some uniquely themed seasonal assortments.

We also offer gift messages and special requests to give your gift the personal touch.

Image by Amit Lahav

20th December 2020

Oh My Sweets are a proud sponsor of The Pandemic Yearbook Competition

A photo competition displaying the impact of the pandemic on the Performing Arts sector.

We are looking for photo entries from all affected in the Performing Arts by the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic.

To enter, submit a photo below that sums up your experience as a performer, crew, creatives, etc. by the 31st December 2020.

• Are you a young dancer passionate about your weekly classes?

• A member of the local Amateur Dramatics Society?

• A Theatre professional (on and off stage)?

• A Performing Arts teacher?

The photo must show you in a performing arts environment during the pandemic (check out our examples below), so be creative!

Together we will create the Pandemic Yearbook for the Performing Arts Industry.

(Click the image to be taken to the Instagram page)

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16th December 2020

‘Boredom bags’ and jars of sweets: a Christmas gift guide from theatre’s lost souls 

Dominic Cavendish (The Telegraph)

"Daniel Haynes was about to oversee, as stage manager, a new musical – Love Letters – at the Queen’s Hornchurch, where his partner Stephen Pemble works as head of lighting – when the theatres closed. His recent prior work includes a touring production of A Woman of No Importance and Half a Sixpence in the West End.

Based in Essex, Haynes began to send sweets to his family in Birmingham while they were self-isolating. But, unimpressed by what was on offer online, he and Pemble decided to assemble boxes and packages of sweets that could fit through a standard letter-box. They soon drummed up a trade. “It kicked off quite quickly,” he says. “We started on Facebook then, after a few weeks, set up a website..."

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23rd November 2020

The Stage’s Christmas gift guide: fill your stockings while supporting theatre freelancers

Fergus Morgan (The Stage)

"And stage manager Daniel Haynes and lighting designer Stephen Pemble will make you up a bespoke box of sweets, whatever your diet, through their new company Oh My Sweets, for £6.99."

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