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    1. Illustration of a 1920s style couple, they gaze into each other's eyes

      The Importance of Being Earnest

      Oxford Theatre Guild

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    2. Draining the Swamp

      Presented by The Company

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    3. A cartoon of two blue silhouettes stood in a field in front of a mountain range. The two people fly a kite in front of a large orange sun.

      The Kite Runner

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    4. The Two Gentlemen of Verona

      University of Oxford students and Oxford Playhouse in association with Cameron Mackintosh Visiting Professor Fund and Drama Fund and St Catherine’s College

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    5. The School For Scandal

      Tilted Wig & Malvern Theatres in association with Theatre by the Lake

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    6. A man in a yellow roundel holding an old fashioned steering wheel. He has a pipe in his mouth and wears a tweed jacket with driving goggles on. A Union Jack is placed behind him.

      The 39 Steps

      Presented by Fiery Angel

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    7. Moby Dick

      Simple8, in association with Royal & Derngate, Northampton

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    8. An image of a silver roman helmet with a dark blue background

      The Odyssiad

      Presented by MCS Drama

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    9. Uncanny: I Know What I Saw

      Tilted in association with Watford Palace Theatre

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    10. A woman is standing centre stage looking up towards the sky with her arms outstretched. She has her eyes closed and is smiling. In the background is an abstract city scape and in the sky are large icicles.

      Floella Benjamin's Coming to England

      Presented by Nicoll Entertainment

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    11. A paper cut out of a hand holds an abstract photo of a man wearing a long coat and holding a hat.

      Please right back

      A 1927 & Burgtheater Vienna co-production

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    12. A bright yellow image with a black silhouette of the side profile of a woman

      A Raisin in the Sun

      A Headlong, Leeds Playhouse, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre and Nottingham Playhouse production

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