Pretty Polly's Dead

Pretty Polly's Dead

September 2019
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Macbeth Macbeth & Playbites for Lunch
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Macbeth Macbeth & Spotlight: September to November Macbeth & Spotlight: September to November & Plus1 more...
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Macbeth Macbeth & The Balmyard
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Hey Diddle Diddle
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Two Trains Running Two Trains Running & The Three Idle Women
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Hey Diddle Diddle
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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

Book Tickets

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

Director: Emma Webb

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  • Playbites for Lunch

    Wed 18 Sep

    Six of seven short (mostly new) plays with minimum set/props written by members of Oxford Playwrights and performed by Oxford actors.  This year Patrick Collins, a former tutor on the OUCDE Creative Writing Course will judge submissions and select successful entries. 

  • The Balmyard

    Fri 20 - Sat 21 Sep

    A re-imagined classic of Black British Theatre being developed by Kuumba Nia Arts in conjunction with writer-director Don Kinch. Set in a Caribbean ‘free village’ whose inhabitants choose to live untainted by materialism; when tragedy befalls them the villagers must consult the ancestral spirits to secure their very survival. Please note, this is a rehearsal reading. 

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