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Boys

Boys

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Boys, set in the tense limbo of a student kitchen, observes the frustrations of four men and two women on the brink of moving on but failing to transition into an adulthood they don’t feel prepared for. A Barclay’s poster propped in the corner reads ‘We’ll loan you the best years of your life’.

For Benny, Mack, Cam and Timp their lease is coming to an end, as are their hedonistic student days.

Cam is preparing for the biggest musical recital of his life. Benny is fed up of his flatmates. Mack, despite his best efforts, is falling in love. Timp just wants one last big party...

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Performed by University of Oxford Students

By Ella Hickson

Age guideline 14+ 

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