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Wild Things

Wild Things

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In our changing world, all sorts of quirky animals are facing problems only humans can create or fix. This improvised comedy play explores the fate of a surreal and endangered animal (such as the "fluffy-kneed flamingo") created by audience suggestions on the night.

Join us on a journey through your unique animal's habitat, meeting the hilarious characters who know it best - and ultimately hold its fate in their hands.

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Performed by University of Oxford Students

Presented by House of Improv

 

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