Contemporary Plays by African Women

Contemporary Plays by African Women

November 2019
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The Lovely Bones
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The Lovely Bones
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Hey Diddle Diddle Hey Diddle Diddle & SIX
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SIX SIX & Radiant Vermin SIX & Radiant Vermin & Plus1 more...
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SIX SIX & Radiant Vermin SIX & Radiant Vermin & Plus1 more...
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SIX SIX & Radiant Vermin SIX & Radiant Vermin & Plus1 more...
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SIX SIX & Radiant Vermin SIX & Radiant Vermin & Plus1 more...
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Beard Beard & The Oxford Revue's Oxmas Party
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Beard Beard & The Oxford Revue's Oxmas Party
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When did you last watch a play written by an African woman? Have you ever read one?

There has only ever been one published collection of plays written by African women - that was ten years ago – this collection marks the second. The African Women Playwright’s Network welcomes you to readings of plays from the collection.

This free event is supported by Oxford Playhouse, Belgrade Theatre and the University of Warwick.

Duration: 2 hours with no interval

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Supported by the Oxford Playhouse, Belgrade Theatre & University of Warwick.

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    Tue 12 - Sat 16 Nov

    Presented by Oxford University Dramatic Society, the CUPPERS annual drama festival is a competition in which first-year actors and directors to put together a half hour show, perform to an audience and represent their college. It's an exciting week of over forty short performances (each one less than 30 minutes long), culminating on Saturday with a showcase of the ten best shows. A great introduction to s...

  • Radiant Vermin

    Tue 19 - Sat 23 Nov

    A dark comedy about the housing crisis and the lengths one couple is willing to go to escape it. Ollie and Jill want to tell you about their dream home. Some of the things they did to get it, you might find shocking. But they want you to know they did it all for their baby... Filled with magic, murder and materialism, Radiant Vermin is as funny as it is provocative, with a brilliantly wr...

  • F*!@ing Hell

    Tue 19 - Sat 23 Nov

    Britain is faced with the biggest peacetime decision in its history. Bart is trying to leave. Mick is trying to ruin him. Terry just wants an honest campaign. The political playground is ripe for competition. This blisteringly sharp new play explores the sense and nonsense in asking the crucial question: should Britain remain part of Britain?

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