Nice Guy

Nice Guy

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What do men mean when they describe themselves as ‘nice guys’?

Written by Oxford students, Nice Guy tells a story of love and abuse.

Told through a series of musical letters, this show explores the gulf between the happy picture of events we present to the world, and the grim reality behind it. The production has been shaped by conversations with Clean Slate, an Oxfordshire charity specialising in providing therapy to victims of domestic abuse.

Duration: 1 hour 20mins with no interval

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By Sam Norman & Aaron King

Warning: Contains scenes alluding to and suggestive of violence, gaslighting and manipulation. Strong language is used. 

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