The Oxford Revue presents: Best of the Fringe

The Oxford Revue presents: Best of the Fringe

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Fresh from a run at the Edinburgh Fringe, The Oxford Revue returns with a showcase of their latest and greatest sketches and stand-up, perfected over weeks of performance.

Join them for a fantastic night of witty, fast-paced comedy that will leave you in stitches.

With former members including such comedy luminaries as Michael Palin, Rowan Atkinson, Katy Brand and Stewart Lee, you might just catch a rising star in action.

 

Duration: 1 hour

Book Tickets

People Who Booked The Oxford Revue presents: Best of the Fringe Also Booked For...

  • Meet Geeta, a Sri Lankan girl living in a British world. Geeta deals with being a daughter of immigrants, the effects of genocide and war, and puberty ceremonies all in the middle of London. Performed as a one woman show, Confessions of a Coconut is a research-based theatre piece seeking to explore issues of immigration and identity in a modern world.   Confessions of a Coconut is par...

  • A Leap Of

    Sat 23 Feb

    Eva believes that she can fly. Jo doesn’t think so. The two strike up an unexpected friendship on the roof of a block of flats. Jo’s depression and consequent failure to go to school or maintain important relationships (seen in her ex-girlfriend Vera) becomes clear. The echoes of her past in Eva’s story force Jo if not to confront, then at least to admit the ways in which loss and isola...

  • Plagued

    Tue 19 , Thu 21 & Sat 23 Feb

    "It's not God I worry about. It's people." Bobbi is a photographer. Jerry is a writer. Bobby is worldly-wise. Jerry is stepping out on his own for the very first time. Bobbi is gay. Jerry is straight. Bobbi is passionate, talented and artistic. And so is Jerry. Plagued is the story of two men attempting to make a life for themselves in New York City. Inadvertently paired, together they...

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