The Oxford Revue presents: Best of the Fringe

The Oxford Revue presents: Best of the Fringe

September 2019
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Hey Diddle Diddle
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Awkward Conversations with Animals... Awkward Conversations with Animals... & Two Trains Running
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Two Trains Running Two Trains Running & 40+ Acting Company Sept-Nov Two Trains Running & 40+ Acting Company Sept-Nov & Plus1 more...
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Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe, the Oxford Revue return with a showcase of their latest and greatest stand-up, sketch and character comedy! Join us for a night of witty, fast-paced laughs from a rotating bill of the Revue’s best festival performers. With former members including comedy luminaries such as Michael Palin, Rowan Atkinson and Katy Brand, come along to catch “the future of British comedy” (Daily Info) in action.

 

  • Tue 22 Oct 9:30 PM £6.00
  • Wed 23 Oct 9:30 PM £6.00
  • Thu 24 Oct 9:30 PM £6.00
  • Fri 25 Oct 9:30 PM £6.00
  • Sat 26 Oct 9:30 PM £6.00

Book Tickets

  • Tue 22 October 9:30 PM
  • Wed 23 October 9:30 PM
  • Thu 24 October 9:30 PM
  • Fri 25 October 9:30 PM
  • Sat 26 October 9:30 PM

Performed by the University of Oxford Students

 

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

  • Me, as a Penguin

    Tue 22 - Sat 26 Oct

    Stitch is hitting Hull’s gay scene. Or dipping his toe in, while staying with his heavily-pregnant sister Liz and her shabby sofa-loving partner Mark. But why won’t Stitch let anyone into the bathroom even though Liz is dying for a pee? And who is the man in the giant penguin costume? A bashful exploration of misfits, identity and family told through the whimsical comedy of knitting, pen...

  • Three Sisters

    Tue 29 Oct - Sat 2 Nov

    Three Sisters is a play of thwarted potential. The sisters are elemental, glorious, bird-like creations who are ground down by their exile from Moscow. In the country, they grow old and dream of their hometown. Chekhov is an ever popular cornerstone of the canon. A contemporary of his attributed this popularity to Chekhov’s ‘rejection of what we may call the heroic values’. The young wom...

  • Stranger, Baby

    Tue 5 - Sat 9 Nov

    A riveting play on the themes of mothers and daughters, love and loss, and the sense of a splitting self. Based on the collection of poems by Emily Berry, Stranger, Baby portrays Emily's grief over losing her mother and the accompanying crumbling sense of self hood in the isolation of her bereavement. The drama and intensity of our internal lives and often unspoken struggles is brought t...

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