No Such Thing as a Fish

No Such Thing as a Fish

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The top fact-finding Elves from TV’s QI are coming to Oxford and they’re bringing an evening of the most bizarre, extraordinary and hilarious facts known to man.

Their award-winning podcast No Such Thing As A Fish gets 1.2 million downloads a week, has been transformed into the spin-off topical BBC2 TV series No Such Thing As The News and was named one of iTunes’ top ten most downloaded podcasts of 2016.

Book Tickets

  • Wed 7 March 7:30 PM

Presented by Mick Perrin Worldwide

Age guideline: 14+

  • Knowledge-packed and riotously funny.
       
    Times
  • This intelligent quartet serve as a welcome reminder that comedy does not have to be dumb.
       
    Evening Standard

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