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Chekhov's First Play

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We are sorry to announce that the UK tour of the Dead Centre's production of  Chekhov's First Play has been cancelled due to funding decisions in Eire.  Both Dead Centre and Oxford Playhouse very much hope to bring this exciting play to Oxford in the future. Our Ticket Office will automatically issue refunds on any tickets already purchased by credit/debit card. If you paid by cash or cheque a member of staff will call you in due course to arrange your refund.

In addition to a full refunds, the Playhouse would like to offer you a 10% discount to another show in the Offbeat Festival: Rotterdam on the OP main stage, or #Hypocrisy, British Vogue or Mantra in the BT Studio.   This discount will automatically apply when you book, and it cannot be applied retrospectively on any existing bookings. 

We are sorry for any disappointment caused.

Duration: 1 hour 15mins with no interval

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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED 

We are sorry for any disappointment caused.

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