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17 | 25 Young Company September to November

17 | 25 Young Company September to November

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Become a Member

If you’ve an enthusiasm for theatre-making and improving your acting skills, join the 17|25 Young Company. You will work intensively in an ensemble company that will perform on the Oxford Playhouse
main stage in April 2019.

All this whilst having fun and making new friends.

  • Wed 26 Sep 2018

Book Tickets

  • Wed 26 September - 14 November 5pm to 7.30pm

To book, call the Ticket Office on 01865 305305

Time: 5pm to 7.30pm

Tickets: £70

Please note that extra rehearsals may be required on another evening or at the weekend.

The Top Room is not accessible in a wheelchair.

  • It has pushed me in a personal and professional level. Meeting new people and making new friends has been great.
       
    Participant

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