I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue

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Tickets for this event will go on sale at 10am on Wednesday 20th June

The multi award-winning antidote to panel games will be recording part of its 69th series for the BBC at  Oxford Playhouse. Join chairman Jack Dee, and regulars Barry Cryer, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Colin Sell for an unmissable evening of inspired nonsense.

Duration: 2 hours 20mins with interval

Book Tickets

Tickets for this event will go on sale at 10am on Wednesday 20th June

Please note tickets will be limited to a maximum of 4 per customer.

The evening will be recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and will finish no later than 10.30pm

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