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Give Me One Moment in Time

Give Me One Moment in Time

April 2019
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Oxford Playhouse is thrilled to be bringing a programme of work to this year's Edinburgh Fringe. 

Playhouse Playmaker Doug Crossley's Give Me One Moment in Time, is coming to the Festival as part of the Pleasance's new Regional Theatre Partnership Programme.  

Doug Crossley's solo show brings together songs, comedy and the heartache of trying to understand a friend’s suicide. It’s happy, sad and sometimes silly. It’s a life-affirming love letter to shared moments in a theatre.

Please note, tickets for this show are being sold through The Pleasance website

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Oxford Playhouse in association with The Pleasance

As part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019

 

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