The Oxford Revue: Funny Friends

July 2019
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The Girl on the Train
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The Girl on the Train The Girl on the Train & The History of Everything The Girl on the Train & The History of Everything & Plus1 more...
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Thomas Page Dances
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Shakespeare's Globe on Tour
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The University of Oxford's premier sketch comedy troupe returns to the Playhouse for its annual showcase of some of the nation’s top student-comedy talent.

The inimitable Cambridge Footlights and the multi-award winning Durham Revue will each perform a set before the interval, which will be followed by the world-premiere of Oxford Revue: Wasted, the company’s 2018 international touring show exploring the absurdity, soddenness, and desolation of today.

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Age guideline: 16+

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