Michael McIntyre: Work in Progress

Michael McIntyre: Work in Progress

February 2018
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40+ Acting Company - spring 40+ Acting Company - spring & Sweet Charity
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Sweet Charity
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Sweet Charity
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The Kite Runner
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The Kite Runner
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The Kite Runner
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40+ Acting Company - spring 40+ Acting Company - spring & The Kite Runner
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The Kite Runner
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The Kite Runner
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Fairy Tales: Big Tales Told By...
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The Little Matchgirl (and other...
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The Little Matchgirl (and other...
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The Little Matchgirl (and other...
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The Little Matchgirl (and other...
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The Little Matchgirl (and other...
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Hedda
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40+ Acting Company - spring 40+ Acting Company - spring & Hedda
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Hedda Hedda & In Conversation with Lucy Kirkwood
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Hedda
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Up 'N' Under
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Duration: 1 hour 50mins with interval

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All tickets must be collected from the venue on the night of the show with ID.

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  • The Play That Goes Wrong

    Mon 22 - Sat 27 Jan 2018

    Olivier Award-winning smash hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong returns to Oxford for another calamitous week! The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong… does!  As the accident prone thesps battle on against all the odds to reach their final curtain call, hilarious results ensue! Hailed as a “a g...

  • Up 'N' Under

    Tue 27 Feb 2018

    John Godber’s award-winning comedy, Up ’n’ Under, is given fingersmiths’ spin with a cast of deaf and hearing actors using British Sign Language and spoken English to delight all audiences. The Wheatsheaf Arms rugby team, the laughing stock of Castleford’s Amateur Rugby League Seven-a-Side tournament, have never won a game, don’t have seven players and spend more time in the pub than on...

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