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Groan Ups

From the creators of The Play That Goes Wrong

Tickets from £10

Something a little different from the creators of The Play That Goes Wrong…

Following their phenomenal rise to global success with smash hit comedies The Play That Goes Wrong, The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Peter Pan Goes Wrong and The Goes Wrong Show on BBC One, multi award-winning Mischief return to the stage with their brand-new comedy all about growing up.

Looking for answers to the questions, ‘do we choose who we become? Is the story of our lives already written? Do we ever really grow up?’, Groan Ups follows an unruly classroom of six year-olds on their journey through anarchic high school teenagers to the challenges of adulthood.

Bag your tickets early. This is a lesson not to be skipped!

Please Note:
We are so excited to be welcoming our audiences back to Oxford Playhouse. We want to reassure you that we have implemented all the necessary measures to ensure we are a COVID-19 secure venue and operate within the government guidelines.

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The safety of our audiences, artists and staff remains paramount as we reopen for live events. For this reason, we have elected to put all new shows on sale with a smaller than usual capacity, as a precautionary measure to enable us to distance our audience members safely. If restrictions are lifted and audience demands, we will increase capacity for popular events. Oxford Playhouse will continue to adhere to government advice regarding live performances in theatres and other entertainment venues and offer full refunds if bookers test positive for Covid-19. If you have any concerns or questions, our Box Office team will be happy to talk to you.

Kenny Wax Ltd & Stage Presence Ltd present A Mischief Production

Image features the original West End cast. For 2021 casting details please visit mischiefcomedy.com

4 Stars

Comedy Perfection... An auditorium of all ages nearly choked themselves to death laughing"

Daily Mail

4 Stars

A very funny farce. There's no resisting gags of this calibre.

Sunday Times

4 Stars

Utter Joy. Top of the class