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    Hedda

    Hedda

    Wed 21 - Sat 24 Feb

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  • What’s Coming Up on the main stage
    In Conversation with Lucy Kirkwood

    Playwright Lucy Kirkwood will be appearing in conversation with Professor Kirsten Shepherd-Barr. 

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    Chinese New Year Festival Show

    Welcome  to the Year of the Dog with fantastic displays of Chinese dance, martial arts and acrobatics.

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    Up 'N' Under

    Up 'N' Under

    Tue 27 Feb

    John Godber’s award-winning comedy is given fingersmiths’ spin with a cast of Deaf and hearing actors using British Sign Language and spoken English.

  • What’s Coming Up in the Bt studio
    Blood Wedding
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    Blood Wedding

    Tue 20 - Sat 24 Feb

    Federico García Lorca’s dramatic exploration of the passions that turn rational creatures into irrational ones – humans into animals. 

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    Down with my Demons

    Down with my Demons

    Tue 20 - Sat 24 Feb

    An AA meeting in a small US town descends into bitterness and chaos when a flood hits. Trapped within the local church, tempers escalate and well-buried secrets begin to emerge.

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    Ishtar

    Ishtar

    Tue 27 Feb - Sat 3 Mar

    One of the world’s oldest recorded stories is given new life.

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    Get great ticket discounts, exclusive events, priority booking and much more by joining one of our membership schemes. 

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  • The Little Matchgirl

    The Little Matchgirl

    Hans Christian Andersen's spellbinding stories brought to life by director Emma Rice. The perfect Half Term treat from Shakespeare's Globe and Bristol Old Vic.

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  • A Vote of Her Own

    A Vote of Her Own

    2018 marks 100 years since women began to be give the right to vote in the UK. To mark this, Oxford Playhouse is hosting a year-long festival of events celebrating women’s voices and stories, past, present and future.

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