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What’s On… Oxford Playhouse at the Burton Taylor Studio May to October 2014 Including University of Oxford Trinity Term


WELCOME TO THE BT STUDIO Summertime is here again and the hot tickets in the Burton Taylor Studio are a cool £10 or less. The Trinity term programme serves up a mixture of classic titles, new writing and comedy sketch shows, all performed, directed and produced by students at the University of Oxford. For families, we’re producing a brand new show What To Do When You Find a Dinosaur that is perfect for young (and not so young) explorers and adventurers. The wonderful Eyestrings, who brought The Duchess of Malfi to the BT in 2012, returns with See What I See, while Francesca Millican-Slater examines her perfect home in The Forensics of a Flat (and other stories). There’s loads more to watch, so enjoy looking through our brochure and we hope to see you in the BT soon.

Katy Snelling

Programmer, Oxford Playhouse and Burton Taylor Studio

Burton Taylor Studio Gloucester Street, Oxford OX1 2BN

Robert Bristow

Burton Taylor Studio Manager

Ticket Office: 01865 305305 www.oxfordplayhouse.com


WHAT’S INSIDE… COMEDY, DRAMA, POETRY & MORE... FAMILY

the very best of small-scale professional family theatre

STUDENTS

a wide variety of productions presented by university of oxford students DON’T FORGET... Sun 27 April at 8pm Tobacco Factory Theatre

BANKSY: THE ROOM IN THE ELEPHANT In 2011, UK graffiti artist Banksy spray painted ‘This Looks A Bit Like An Elephant’ on the side of an old water tank in Los Angeles. The disused tank was home to a man called Tachowa Covington who had furnished it with carpets, a stove and even CCTV. The tank instantly became a work of art and was taken away to be sold. By making a statement did Banksy end up making a man homeless?

Theatre and events especially for families. Come and play in the foyer area before and after the show.

01865 305305 www.oxfordplayhouse.com

These shows have been created here in the county, either by Oxford Playhouse or by local artists, amateur and professional.

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tue 20 to sat 24 may

WAITING FOR GODOT

A HISTORY OF FALLING THINGS

By Douglas Taylor

By Samuel Beckett

By James Graham

Vladimir and Estragon have been waiting for days, months, possibly years. But for whom exactly? They have been told to expect a man called Godot, but when?

Robin and Jacqui suffer from keraunothnetophobia, a chronic fear of falling satellites. Both are confined to their homes, with little contact to the outside world.

Curious Incident Productions presents Samuel Beckett’s brilliant tragi-comedy, named ‘the most important play of the 20th Century’ by the New York Times. Immerse yourself in the intimate and strange world of Vladimir and Estragon as they reflect on the absurd and the macabre with lightning wit.

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £6 Discounts £5

01865 305305 www.oxfordplayhouse.com

After meeting online, they connect and slowly fall in love – but is there any meaning in their relationship if they have never met face-to-face? This insightful piece by James Graham enjoyed a hugely popular professional tour in 2009, and now comes to Oxford for the first time.

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £6 Discounts £5

VICO

I know what it’s like. Screaming at your subconscious to make it stop asking questions. I know, doctor. You can’t hide from me. Welcome to the world of Vico, a darkly humorous sociopath obsessed with the cycles and circles that permeate life. Vico enters the office of Finn, one of the most renowned psychologists in London and attempts to drive her to the edge in a desperate bid to fulfil her own cyclical philosophy. Set to an electronic soundscape, this witty piece of new writing promises an intimate, innovative and unsettling evening of dark comedy.

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £6 Discounts £5

new writing

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tue 27 to sat 31 may

tue 3 to sat 7 jun

JUMPY

ROLE CALL

By April De Angelis

By Christopher Evans

WEEK 6

BACK TO THE EXCELLENT HOT TUB TIME MACHINE By Look and Learn

Hilary is a fifty year-old on the edge. A former Greenham Common protestor, she now battles with her teenage daughter’s sexual experiences, the breakdown of a lonely marriage, and the onset of menopause without losing her sense of humour. First performed at the Royal Court in 2011, this play will lead you through the lands of middle age with plenty of rude comedy and frank emotion.

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £6 Discounts £5

01865 305305 www.oxfordplayhouse.com

Josh Kendall is a good man, says the student who slept with him. And who are we to sayotherwise? What’s the boundary between a man and a monster? And what evidence do we need to decide? Role Call tells the story of a man who destroys himself by crossing the line between teacher and companion, and of a girl’s battle to make contact with a kindred spirit. A sharp, insightful and entertaining new play.

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £6 Discounts £5

new writing

But that means we’re gonna be stuck in the past...forever! Join sketch comedy group Look and Learn as they traverse the tropes of time travel in what some critics are already calling the must-see show about time travel at the BT Studio this term. How will the hot tub come into it? Where on earth will they end up? Or, more importantly, when? It could be different every night (but it probably won’t)! So sit back, relax, and let the hot, time-travelly goodness flow.

Show time 9.30pm Tickets £6 Discounts £5

new writing

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tue 10 to sat 14 jun

tue 17 to sat 21 jun

CRAVE

UNCHAINED FELONY

By Sarah Kane

By Tommy Jolowicz & Jordan Reed

Four voices call out from the stage. Their words layer over each other and mingle into a pained and lyrical cry for love in a barren world. Hypnotist Theatre presents Sarah Kane’s fiercely emotive and innovatively freeform play, Crave: an intensely poetic portrayal of love and suffering, elevating the beauty of language above all.

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £6 Discounts £5

01865 305305 www.oxfordplayhouse.com

By Christine Foley

This original comedy piece from In Medias Crazed Productions stars Mortimer and Charles, a pair of upper class inmates arrested for the heinous crimes of fixing Crufts and public school sports days. The show follows the duo’s desperate attempts to put on a sketch show for the rest of their all-male prison to convince the warden of their eligibility for parole. However, as the production spirals out of control the audience may be left wondering whether the real crime was letting these two anywhere near a stage...

Show time 9.30pm Tickets £6 Discounts £5

LET YOUR HAIR DOWN

new writing

Two women sit side by side. Communication is fragmented, confused. One cries out to the image of an unborn child, the other tries to understand where she is. In another world, two women struggle with womanhood, fertility and patriarchal rule. This original piece of theatre immerses its audience in the harrowing tale of life, death and what happens in between.

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £6 Discounts £5

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SIGNAL FAILURE! a rail-based comedy

drama in the

bt studio

By Different Gravy

All aboard, calling at all stops to hilarity! Here comes the 9:30 service to Snodland Parkway, everybody’s favourite M25 commuter station! A brand new, raily funny, sketch show from a first class comedy troupe. You don’t have to be crazy to stand on this platform, but it certainly helps.

Show time 9.30pm Tickets £6 Discounts £5

student

new writing

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Tue 24 June

TWINS

Jack Barry and Annie McGrath are a unique young double act whose curious sketches are filled with flights of fancy and offbeat charm. They’re also completely identical twins. Catch this preview of their delightfully deadpan sketch comedy show before it heads to the Edinburgh Fringe for their debut hour. Jack Barry and Annie McGrath have undeniable comic chemistry, bouncing off each other with a genuine ease and charm. Fest

Fri 27 and Sat 28 June Eyestrings

SEE WHAT I SEE

See What I See is a bold dissection of the notion of sanity within Shakespeare. Set within the confines of a mental hospital, Owen Horsley (Assistant Director for the RSC and Associate Director with Cheek by Jowl) takes many of Shakespeare’s most memorable scenes and characters and presents them as a visceral examination of the ways madness lies. Eyestrings presents striking new interpretations of classic texts and was last at the BT with the acclaimed The Duchess of Malfi.

Tue 1 to Thu 3 July Magdalen College School Drama

A QUARTET OF CHEKHOV FARCES

Join MCS for a romp through Chekhov’s lighter side, as they present four of his popular farces in a fast-paced evening of refined absurdity, Russian style. The Bear, The Dangers of Tobacco, The Proposal and The Wedding Party are all at once grandly melodramatic and bitingly comic, with a parody of Russian angst as the common theme. Directed and performed by Sixth Formers from Magdalen College School, catch this show before it transfers to the Edinburgh Fringe in August.

This sort of daring, intelligent work is what fringe theatre should be all about. Stage on Eyestrings’ The Duchess of Malfi This production will be accompanied by a workshop. See page 14 for more details.

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £8 (special preview price)

01865 305305 www.oxfordplayhouse.com

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £10 Discounts £8 Age guideline 14+

Show time 9pm Tickets £6 Discounts £4

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Fri 4 July Luke Wright

ESSEX LION

Sat 5 July

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK by Marcello Chiarenza

Ever seen a lion? In the wild? In England? In 2012 in Clacton, some campers thought they did. They didn’t of course, lions aren’t native to north-east Essex. But their not-sighting triggered something in the brain of Radio 4 favourite Luke Wright. Now he too is seeing things others don’t. Step into Luke’s world of romping satirical verse where posh plumbers, paunchy ex-rockers and Lovejoy roam free. Get ready to roar.

As Jack sells his cow for five magic beans and finds himself in the land above the clouds, expect lots of surprises, a gripping story and beautiful images as the delightful Lyngo return to the BT Studio. This show for over 3s (and their giants) has something for everyone – enormous shoes, tiny houses, showers of silver and gold and a big, leafy explosion!

One of the funniest and most brilliant poets of his generation. Independent

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £10 Discounts £8

01865 305305 www.oxfordplayhouse.com

Show times 11am & 2pm Tickets £7.50 Children £5.50 Age guideline 3+

Tue 8 July Corrie McGuire for Objective Talent presents

MORGAN & WEST

Time-travelling magic duo Morgan & West presents a brand new show Parlour Tricks chock full of jaw-dropping, brainbursting, gasp-eliciting feats of magic. The dashing chaps offer up a plateful of illusion and impossibility, all served with wit, charm and no small amount of panache. Be sure to wear a hat – Morgan & West may just blow your mind! HHHHH Three Weeks

Show time 8pm Tickets £8 (special preview price) Age guideline 7+

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Wed 9 July Scary Little Girls

STORYSMITHS’ RADICAL WOMEN

Join Rebecca Mordan, of Scary Little Girls, in this intimate evening of storytelling celebrating some of English literature’s most Radical Women. Combining literature, performance, chat and the odd tasty treat, Rebecca will introduce you to some new and little known literary fire-brands alongside such heroines of print as Rebecca West, Jeanette Winterson and Virginia Woolf. StorySmiths events have enjoyed sell-out success at the Port Eliot, Brighton, and du Maurier literary festivals. The audience lapped up such wonderfully chosen, risque and fascinating literary pieces, wound together so charmingly. Oxford Mail on Salon du Chocolat

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £10 Discounts £8 Age guideline 11+

01865 305305 www.oxfordplayhouse.com

Thu 10 and Fri 11 July

Sat 12 July

THE TIGER AND THE MOUSTACHE

THE POETRYJOE SHOW

By Saikat Ahamed

In The Tiger and The Moustache, Saikat Ahamed traces the journey of Hashi, his mother, and the emerging nation of Bangladesh. Born on the very first day of a new nation, Hashi, the girl who always smiles, grew up surrounded by flying tigers in the Sunderban jungles. From East London to East Bengal, taking in Birmingham, Germany and Glasgow, the story of Bangladesh is woven together through storytelling, theatre, live music, dance and a healthy amount of humour.

Join PoetryJoe, star of CBeebie’s Rhyme Rocket, in his light-up, pop-up world of fabulous foods, beastly bugs and peculiar pets. Armed with his trusty overhead projector, PoetryJoe introduces children and their families to lots of new friends including a naughty but nice hamster, a cheating cheetah and a whole family made out of paper and light. This fun-packed show incorporates elements of shadow puppetry and magic lanterns and gives every child the chance to write and project their own poem.

Generous helpings of comedy with a dynamic, truthful and energetic story. Public Reviews

Wonderful, inspiring and imaginative show. Audience member

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £10 Discounts £8 Age guideline 12+

Show times 11am & 2pm Tickets £7.50 Children £5.50 Age guideline 3+

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September 10.30 11.00 13.30 14.00 16.00 Fri 12

Fri 12 to Sun 21 September

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU FIND A DINOSAUR

Sat 13 Sun 14 Mon 15

NO PERFORMANCE

Tue 16

NO PERFORMANCE

Wed 17 Thu 18 Fri 19 Sat 20 Sun 21

On the evenings of Wed 17, Thu 18 and Fri 19 September we will be holding a series of talks for adults. Please check oxfordplayhouse.com or call the Ticket Office on 01865 305 305 for more information.

By Nick Walker An Oxford Playhouse Production Everybody likes digging, right? Maybe you use a spade, or just your hands. Sand or earth fly everywhere until you discover something. Perhaps it’s a stone, or an old toy, or that biscuit you’d been saving. Or maybe, just maybe, it’s …a dinosaur! In 1824 an eccentric Oxford scientist, William Buckland, discovered a bone from a creature that no one had ever seen before. He named it the Megalosaurus, and he was desperate to tell the world about it. Are you ready to join him when the amazing dinosaur story first begins? Oxford Playhouse presents Oxford’s very own pre-historic story in this bone-shaking, music-making, belly-aching show for everyone aged 4 to 8 years and their families. Tickets £7.50 Children £5.50 Age guideline 4 to 8

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Fri 5 September Tea Fuelled

Wed 24 September FallenFromGrace

THE FLOOD

WHEN WE EMBRACED

Written and performed by Superbard

It’s raining. Everywhere. And it won’t stop. Brixton has already disappeared beneath the ocean. The world is sinking and there’s nothing we can do. Is it global warming, a judgement from God, or an enormous hoax?

In association with ARC, Stockton Arts Centre

When We Embraced is a playful and charming show about two people. Actually, it’s about you. In fact it’s about everyone, but really it’s about two people, one of which may be you.

Witty, fast paced and fantastical, The Flood is an uplifting show encompassing everything from science to romance and the future of humanity.

It’s about the connections we make and all the little nooks and crannies in life that we mistake for things that are utterly insignificant, simply because we can’t describe it, or that it doesn’t fit into one of our neatly constructed categories.

A uniquely ambitious performer, Superbard weaves lyrical storytelling together with original animation and music to immerse you in a drowning world.

This is a show about experiencing the best bits and the worst bits in equal measure. It’s a show about embracing things you’ve not embraced before.

An engrossing tale... a multimedia story for the 21st century HHHH Three Weeks

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £10 Discounts £8

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Show time 7.30pm Tickets £10 Discounts £8 Age guideline 14+

Fri 26 September Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe

I WISH I WAS LONELY

I Wish I Was Lonely is an interactive show about contactability. A show in which the audience commit to leaving their phones on. A show investigating what it means to participate in communication – or not. There will be poems, there will be stories and there will be conversation. The new show from Fringe First winners Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe, who brought The Oh F*ck Moment to Oxford last year, I Wish I Was Lonely asks how much of ourselves we’ve given up to the new gods in our pockets. An excellently crafted piece, both thoughtful and relevant, which challenges us to take a step back from our technology-obsessed lives. HHHH Time Out

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £10 Discounts £8 Age guideline 14+

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Sat 27 September Long Nose Puppets

SHOE BABY

Wed 1 October

Mon 6 and Tue 7 October

THE FORENSICS OF A FLAT (AND OTHER STORIES)

by Adam Z. Robinson

CONSCIENTIOUS

Francesca Millican-Slater Produced by Pippa Frith

Shoe Baby is a magical puppet show! A fantastical sing-a-long adventure with a baby who takes to the sea, to the air, to the zoo all in a shoe! Adapted from the book by Joyce Dunbar, this charming story is mixed with music from Tom Gray of the award-winning band Gomez and was awarded Best Children’s Show of Brighton Festival 2006. Absolutely fantastic. Guardian

I live in a flat made of wooden walls, 70’s carpet and doors that are locked from the other side. In the dark of the night, I listen to the building. It tells of finger prints on door handles, skin cells in the carpet, ghosts in the plumbing. Francesca tells stories about her beloved flat, the area it stands in, what it used to be, what it will become and the people that have populated it. It’s a bit stand up, a bit biography, a bit documentation – a love affair with a local area to the tune of bad Karaoke. Clever and touching. Guardian on Me, Myself and Mrs Gibbs Created in association with Birmingham REP.

Didn’t there come a point when you thought enough was enough? Yes. There did. Rebekah is back at her parents’ house, holed up with her old university essays and family records. Determined to move on with her life, she begins writing the story of her great-grandfather, a World War One conscientious objector. But each page brings the events she is trying to outrun even closer. Rebekah‘s own story needs to be told. This gripping new play asks us to consider what we’d do if pushed to the edge. Originally developed as a part of West Yorkshire Playhouse’s Furnace Season.

Show times 11am & 2pm Tickets £7.50 Children £5.50 Age guideline 2 to 6

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Show time 7.30pm Tickets £10 Discounts £8 Age guideline 12+

Show time 7.30pm Tickets £10 Discounts £8

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GET INVOLVED

SATURDAY 28 JUNE

MON 11 TO FRI 15 AUGUST

MON 18 TO FRI 22 AUG

SATURDAY WORKSHOP

SUMMER HOLIDAY WORKSHOP

SUMMER HOLIDAY WORKSHOP

Eyestrings Artistic Director Owen Horsley delivers a practical and fun workshop that delves deep into the psychology of Shakespeare’s text, using a mix of acting, verse and movement exercises to get into the heart and head of his most complex characters.

Do you like clowning around? Then this fun-packed week of theatre and comedy is for you!

Are you ready to create a brand new play in a week?

SEE WHAT I SEE

By examining Shakespeare’s rich text in the light of modern psychology this workshop will drag the issues that haunt characters such as Ophelia, Lady Macbeth and The Jailer’s Daughter out into the open, while developing practical acting skills along the way.

CARRY ON CLOWNING

Led by comedy king Mark Curtis, this summer-school, for everyone aged 10 to 14 years, offers the chance to explore a variety of clowning skills including improvisation, slapstick and comic timing. Discover what it is to make people laugh and have great fun monkeying around while you do so. The final day will include an informal performance to friends and family of everything you’ve been working on.

PLAY IN A WEEK: BEAUTIES AND BEASTIES This high-energy summer holiday workshop will dive in to the depths of your imaginations exploring fairy tales, folklore, beasts and beauties as you create a show in just one week! Using storytelling, improvisation and drama games and inspired by the story of this year’s pantomime, Beauty and the Beast, the workshop will build towards a performance for friends and family at the end of the week. A brilliant opportunity to make friends, build your confidence and have bags of fun.

Oxford Playhouse offers a bursary scheme for anyone who would like to take part in workshops but needs some help with fees. Email bursaries@oxfordplayhouse.com for more information. This scheme is sponsored by Oxford University Press.

Time 1pm to 5pm Location Burton Taylor Studio Tickets £25 Ages 16+

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Time 10am to 4pm Location Burton Taylor Studio Tickets £125 Ages 10 to 14

Time 10am to 4pm Location Burton Taylor Studio Tickets £125 Ages 7 to 10

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YOUR VISIT Call the Ticket Office on 01865 305305 or log on to www.oxfordplayhouse.com Alternatively, tickets are available up to 30 minutes before the performance from Oxford Playhouse’s Ticket Office, Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2LW. After that time any remaining tickets will be available from the Burton Taylor Studio Ticket Office situated on the first floor. Please note, all seating at the Burton Taylor Studio is unreserved. Where listed, discounts are available for under 18s, over 60s, full time students, ES40s, BECTU and Equity members and access facility users. The studio is situated on the second floor of the Burton Taylor Studio, accessed via two flights of stairs. We have a stair climber for wheelchair users. If you require this facility please book with the Ticket Office at least three days in advance. If there is anything else you may need to make your visit to the studio easier, or you would like further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

HOW TO FIND US

Burton Taylor Studio, Gloucester Street, Oxford, OX1 2BN

Botley Rd

01865 305305 www.oxfordplayhouse.com

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STUDIO DIARY trinity term May 6 Tue 7.30pm 7 Wed 7.30pm 8 Thu 7.30pm 9 Fri 7.30pm 10 Sat 7.30pm 13 Tue 7.30pm 14 Wed 7.30pm 15 Thu 7.30pm 16 Fri 7.30pm 17 Sat 7.30pm 20 Tue 7.30pm 21 Wed 7.30pm 22 Thu 7.30pm 23 Fri 7.30pm 24 Sat 7.30pm 27 Tue 7.30pm 28 Wed 7.30pm 29 Thu 7.30pm 30 Fri 7.30pm 31 Sat 7.30pm

summer season Waiting for Godot Waiting for Godot Waiting for Godot Waiting for Godot Waiting for Godot A History of Falling Things A History of Falling Things A History of Falling Things A History of Falling Things A History of Falling Things Vico Vico Vico Vico Vico Jumpy Jumpy Jumpy Jumpy Jumpy

June 3 Tue 7.30pm Role Call 9.30pm Back to the Excellent Hot Tub Time Machine 4 Wed 7.30pm Role Call 9.30pm Back to the Excellent Hot Tub Time Machine 5 Thu 7.30pm Role Call 9.30pm Back to the Excellent Hot Tub Time Machine 6 Fri 7.30pm Role Call 9.30pm Back to the Excellent Hot Tub Time Machine 7 Sat 7.30pm Role Call 9.30pm Back to the Excellent Hot Tub Time Machine 10 Tue 7.30pm Crave 9.30pm Unchained Felony 11 Wed 7.30pm Crave 9.30pm Unchained Felony 12 Thu 7.30pm Crave 9.30pm Unchained Felony 13 Fri 7.30pm Crave 9.30pm Unchained Felony 14 Sat 7.30pm Crave 9.30pm Unchained Felony 17 Tue 7.30pm Let Your Hair Down 9.30pm Signal Failure! 18 Wed 7.30pm Let Your Hair Down 9.30pm Signal Failure! 19 Thu 7.30pm Let Your Hair Down 9.30pm Signal Failure! 20 Fri 7.30pm Let Your Hair Down 9.30pm Signal Failure! 21 Sat 7.30pm Let Your Hair Down 9.30pm Signal Failure!

June 24 Tue 7.30pm 27 Fri 7.30pm 28 Sat 7.30pm

Twins See What I See See What I See

July 1 Tue 9pm 2 Wed 9pm 3 Thu 9pm 4 Fri 7.30pm 5 Sat 11am 2pm 8 Tue 8pm 9 Wed 7.30pm 10 Thu 7.30pm 11 Fri 7.30pm 12 Sat 11am 2pm

A Quartet of Chekhov Farces A Quartet of Chekhov Farces A Quartet of Chekhov Farces Essex Lion Jack and the Beanstalk Jack and the Beanstalk Morgan & West StorySmiths’ Radical Women The Tiger and the Moustache The Tiger and the Moustache The PoetryJoe Show The PoetryJoe Show

September 5 Fri 7.30pm 12 Fri 11am 2pm 13 Sat 11am 2pm 14 Sun 11am 2pm 17 Wed 10.30am 18 Thu 10.30am 19 Fri 10.30am 1.30pm 20 Sat 11am 2pm 4pm 21 Sun 11am 2pm 24 Wed 7.30pm 26 Fri 7.30pm 27 Sat 11am 2pm

The Flood What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur What to do When You Find a Dinosaur When We Embraced I Wish I Was Lonely Shoe Baby Shoe Baby

October 1 Wed 7.30pm The Forensics of a Flat (and other stories) 6 Mon 7.30pm Conscientious 7 Tue 7.30pm Conscientious

THANK YOU Oxford Playhouse gratefully acknowledges the support of its core funders: The Burton Taylor Studio is managed by Oxford Playhouse on behalf of the University of Oxford

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