Cuppers

Cuppers

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Thomas Page Dances
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Shakespeare's Globe on Tour
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The History of Everything The History of Everything & Shakespeare's Globe on Tour
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Become a Member

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 student theatre in Oxford.

Book Tickets

A full programme will be available nearer the time at www.ouds.org 

Tickets: £1 per person per show, available on the door, on the day of performance only. 

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    Tue 20 - Sat 24 Aug

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