Playbites for Lunch

Playbites for Lunch

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The Man I Live With The Man I Live With & The Wipers Times
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The Wipers Times The Wipers Times & Spotlight The Wipers Times & Spotlight & Plus1 more... The Wipers Times & Spotlight & Plus1 more... & Plus2 more...
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The Wipers Times The Wipers Times & Climb That Tree
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Simon Amstell: What Is This?
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REMOTE
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The History of Everything
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Things I Know to be True Things I Know to be True & Instructions for Border Crossing
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Oxford Playwrights are back for a third time presenting a collection of their popular short plays, bringing together local writers and local actors for this special annual event in the Top Room. 

Oxford Playwrights’ members have between them established a portfolio of diverse new writing, including professional productions of their work at home and abroad.  

Tickets - which include a sandwich lunch - are great value.  So book early to avoid disappointment as these rare lunchtime shows always attract a lot of interest.

Play descriptions are as follows:

1.  Nighmare - Fitness-freak Donna has got a new job which should be good news... shouldn't it?

2.  Cooking for Candice -  A vegetarian bride to be stresses over having to entertain her meat-loving and disapproving mother-in-law.

3.  Hungerford - This play covers the conclusion of the Hungerford shooting massacre of 1987 when the killer, Michael Ryan, is holed up in a school, engaged in a somewhat tense and surreal negotiation with two police officers.

4.  Place Setting - Aspiration and change: they stalk us in the most sober of settings.

5.  A recipe for Intolerance - it has become increasingly difficult to feed friends and family now that everyone is intolerant of something!

Duration: 1 hour 15mins

  • Fri 22 Sep 1:00 PM £7.00

Book Tickets

  • Fri 22 September 1:00 PM

Tickets £7 (include sandwich lunch)   

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