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John Godber’s award-winning comedy, Up ’n’ Under, is given fingersmiths’ spin with a cast of Deaf and hearing actors using British Sign Language and spoken English to delight all audiences.

The Wheatsheaf Arms rugby team, the laughing stock of Castleford’s Amateur Rugby League Seven-a-Side tournament, have never won a game, don’t have seven players and spend more time in the pub than on the pitch.

With just 5 weeks to go, our hero coach Arthur has to convince them they can beat the mighty Cobbler’s Arms, but first he has to work out how to communicate with them...

  • Tue 27 Feb 7:30 PM Integrated Signed
    £22.00/£19.00/£15.00/£10.00

Book Tickets

  • Tue 27 February 7:30 PM

Presented by fingersmiths in co-production with The New Wolsey Theatre

by John Godber

This performance has live Audio Description, British Sign Language and makes use of creative captioning.

If you have any queries regarding accessible bookings for this performance, please contact boxoffice@oxfordplayhouse.com for further assistance.

  • This is a production that sharpens your hearing by making you see language.
       
    Guardian on fingersmiths' Frozen
  • Groundbreaking theatre.
       
    Stage on fingersmiths' Frozen

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