Playmaker Showcase

Playmaker Showcase

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Join Oxford Playhouse in celebrating the end of this year's Playhouse Playmaker programme, our writers attachment programme led by John Retallack in collaboration with Oxford Playmaker.

Excerpts of plays written by seven writers will be performed in the Burton Taylor Studio, followed by an opportunity to meet each writer and feedback on their plays.

This year's Playmakers are Julian Armistead, Doug Crossley, Jodi Gray, Sorcha Kurian-Walsh, Nick O’Dwyer, Rowan Padmore and Padraic Walsh.

Duration: 3 hours

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Oxford Playhouse Playmaker Programe 

16+

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