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  • What’s Coming Up on the main stage
    Alexei Sayle Live
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    Alexei Sayle Live

    Fri 21 - Sat 22 Feb

    Alexei Sayle has been performing standup for forty years since the day he invented modern comedy.

  • What’s Coming Up on the main stage
    Stewart Lee: Snowflake/Tornado
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    Stewart Lee: Snowflake/Tornado

    Mon 24 - Sat 29 Feb

    Legendary comedian and Oxford Playhouse patron Stewart Lee returns with a double-bill of two new sets, Snowflake and Tornado, performed back-to-back. 

  • What’s Coming Up on the main stage
    A Little Space

    A Little Space

    Tue 3 - Wed 4 Mar

    A little space where we can escape the world and be ourselves. Where we can say whatever we want, do whatever we feel and where no-one will ever bother us. But it can be an unpredictable space too, where voices are funnelled away, fears leak through the floorboards, songs light up the room and you never know who’s listening behind the door. A place where whispers come to life and one kind gesture could change everything. Set in an apartment block, this devised show follows the lives of five people and explores what happens when they connect and disconn...

  • What’s Coming Up in the Bt studio
    Old-Fashioned

    Old-Fashioned

    Tue 25 - Sat 29 Feb

    Old Fashioned is an exciting new play by Felix Westcott which aims to examine and dissect the social structures that sustain the lives of the rich and unhappy.

  • What’s Coming Up in the Bt studio
    Pleading Stupidity

    Pleading Stupidity

    Tue 25 - Sat 29 Feb

    Aussies Chad and Brad are on trial. Whilst on their gap year, they robbed a bank at (BB) gunpoint in the ski town of Vail, Colorado… whilst wearing their name tags from work. 

  • What’s Coming Up in the Bt studio
    Look Back in Anger

    Look Back in Anger

    Tue 3 - Sat 7 Mar

    This exciting new interpretation from University of Oxford student company Such is Life Productions offers you the chance to experience this classic drama up close and explores the play’s relevance to the society we live in sixty years after it was written.

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