The Oxford Revue presents Scrapped

The Oxford Revue presents Scrapped

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Who invented the name Gregory? 
What’s a Freudian Slip 'n' Slide? 
Do birds really care about politics? 

If you’ve ever pondered these questions and have not yet found the answers, allow the Oxford Revue to do it for you! With a collection of obscure, zany, and downright ludicrous museum attractions, 7 of the Revue’s best and brightest newcomers will take you on a journey through the history of man’s greatest technological blunders.

Join the Oxford Revue for an hour of brand-new sketch comedy, that’s guaranteed to leave you wondering whether interpretive dance really is the best way to unmuddle politics. 

Duration: 55mins with no interval

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