Michael McIntyre: Work in Progress

Michael McIntyre: Work in Progress

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We welcome back Michael McIntyre to Oxford Playhouse with his latest work in progress.

Please note:

Maximum of 4 tickets per household.

Tickets can only be collected on the night with ID. 

No tickets will be posted, or given out in advance.

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Duration: 1 hour 50mins with interval

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Age guideline: 18+

Maximum of 4 tickets per household.

Tickets can only be collected on the night with ID.

No tickets will be posted, or given out in advance.

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