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  • What’s Coming Up on the main stage
    Michael McIntyre: Work in Progress
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    We welcome back Michael McIntyre to Oxford Playhouse with his latest work in progress. Please note: Maximum of 4 tickets per household. Tickets can only be collected on the night with ID.  No tickets will be posted, or given out in advance. .

  • What’s Coming Up on the main stage
    Duet For One

    Duet For One

    Tue 28 Aug - Sat 1 Sep

    A moving drama about personal tragedy and the power of art.

  • What’s Coming Up on the main stage
    The Wipers Times

    The Wipers Times

    Mon 3 - Sat 8 Sep

    After a record-breaking season at the West End (not to mention a similarly record-breaking run at the Playhouse in September 2017), The Wipers Times returns to Oxford.

  • What’s Coming Up in the Bt studio
    Wolves are Coming for You

    Wolves are Coming for You

    Fri 17 - Sat 18 Aug

    The Oxford Playhouse 40+ Acting Company, invite you to join them on a journey and provide the community spirit needed to overcome fear.

  • What’s Coming Up in the Bt studio
    On the Exhale

    On the Exhale

    Tue 28 Aug - Sat 1 Sep

    After a devastating school shooting, a woman develops an obsession that begins to take over her existence. 

  • What’s Coming Up in the Bt studio
    Orlando

    Orlando

    Tue 4 - Sat 8 Sep

    Marvellous Machine return to the BT with their adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s high-spirited romp. 

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