Scratch Night

Scratch Night

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As part of the Vote season, Oxford Playhouse presents an evening of works-in-progress from female-led companies. Expect a night of bold and exciting new work in a range of styles and genres – plus the chance to give your feedback and help these shows develop into something really special. Got the itch for something new and different? Get along to Scratch Night.

Duration: 2 hours with interval

  • Mon 26 Mar 7:30 PM £10.00

Book Tickets

  • Mon 26 March 7:30 PM

Age Guideline: 14+

Part of the  season

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