Pretty Polly's Dead

Pretty Polly's Dead

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Chekhov's First Play
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Chekhov's First Play Chekhov's First Play & 40+ Acting Company May - July Chekhov's First Play & 40+ Acting Company May - July & Plus1 more...
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British Vogue British Vogue & My Heart, My Heart: Live Poetry... British Vogue & My Heart, My Heart: Live Poetry... & Plus1 more... British Vogue & My Heart, My Heart: Live Poetry... & Plus1 more... & Plus2 more... British Vogue & My Heart, My Heart: Live Poetry... & Plus1 more... & Plus2 more... & Plus3 more... British Vogue & My Heart, My Heart: Live Poetry... & Plus1 more... & Plus2 more... & Plus3 more... & Plus4 more...
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The History of Everything The History of Everything & Mini Professionals Dance Showcase
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Sisters, Tess, Betty and Hermione haven’t seen each other for twenty-three years. Can they settle their differences and face up to the dark, shared secret they have all been trying to avoid? Will the death of their mother bring them back together or force them apart?

Duration: 1 hour 30mins with no interval

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Writers: Doc Andersen-Bloomfield, Catherine Comfort and Heather Dunmore 

Director: Emma Webb

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    Wed 26 - Fri 28 Jun

    We are sorry to announce that the UK tour of the Dead Centre's production of  Chekhov's First Play has been cancelled due to funding decisions in Eire.  Both Dead Centre and Oxford Playhouse very much hope to bring this exciting play to Oxford in the future. Our Ticket Office will automatically issue refunds on any tickets already purchased by credit/debit card. If you paid by cash or ch...

  • British Vogue

    Thu 27 - Sat 29 Jun

    Life is f**king terrifying. Have you decided what it is that you want to do with your life yet? Only one question is worse than this. Where are you really from? With an ominous birthday looming, Ashanti  decides it’s time to subvert the quarter life crisis by trying to figure out answers to both those questions. Just after this drink. And Netflix binge. Tomorrow, for sure...

  • It’s hard celebrating being an independent woman when you don’t earn enough to pay the rent. With game shows, spoken word, and their best Beyoncé dance moves, Nat and Vic will help you explore the stark economics of gender inequality – from pay gap to pink tax. Who runs the world? People with money. This is a Relaxed Baby Friendly performance. The show is f...

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