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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

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

  • Chess

    Wed 8 - Sat 11 Apr

    Multi award-winning Musical Youth Company of Oxford (MYCO) return to Oxford Playhouse with their stylish reimagining of the hit musical Chess. Competitive gamesmanship, super power politics and passionate liaisons combine in a gripping story set against a background of the Cold War. An arrogant American and an earnest Russian meet at a high-stakes international championship in a show fu...

  • Is your happiness not where you expected? Has your self gone AWOL with the life plan? Join Victoria as she sets off on a quest to find a new ‘once upon a time’ after the ‘happy-ever-after’ forgot to show up. With no straight answers and time running out, this big thinking, big hearted show mixes anecdotes, storytelling and physical comedy in a mid-life crisis of no children - now what?...

  • The Cherry Orchard

    Tue 28 Apr - Sat 2 May

    All Russia is our orchard. The land is great and beautiful, there are many marvellous places in it.  When Madame Ranevsky returns to her family estate after an absence of five years, the cherry orchard is as glorious as ever. But unpaid debts and family strife have brought her ancestral home to the brink of ruin. The tide of change is coming, and a civilised and complacent culture is on...

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