The Man I Live With

The Man I Live With

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Steve Bugeja: Summer Camp
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How to Die of a Broken Heart
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Frogman Frogman & Ballet Black
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40+ Acting Company 40+ Acting Company & Frogman
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Frogman Frogman & Rise of the Mutants
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Oxford Fun Palace Oxford Fun Palace & Jenny Eclair: How To Be A Middle...
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People, Places & Things People, Places & Things & People, Places & Things - Onstage...
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The Oxford Revue: Best of the...
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The Oxford Revue: Best of the... The Oxford Revue: Best of the... & Bacchae
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The Oxford Revue: Best of the... The Oxford Revue: Best of the... & Bacchae The Oxford Revue: Best of the... & Bacchae & Plus1 more...
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The Oxford Revue: Best of the... The Oxford Revue: Best of the... & Bacchae
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Jumping Jack's Dance Intensive Jumping Jack's Dance Intensive & Crime and Punishment Jumping Jack's Dance Intensive & Crime and Punishment & Plus1 more...
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Crime and Punishment Crime and Punishment & Rita, Sue and Bob Too
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Oxford Playhouse Choir Oxford Playhouse Choir & Crime and Punishment Oxford Playhouse Choir & Crime and Punishment & Plus1 more...
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Crime and Punishment Crime and Punishment & Rita, Sue and Bob Too
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Crime and Punishment Crime and Punishment & Rita, Sue and Bob Too
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Driving Miss Daisy
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Like when you’re drunk? No, like when you’re dead. 

Returning to Burton Taylor after a sell-out performance this January. Intimate, darkly humorous and often downright absurd, The Man I Live With (formerly named I Stop to Understand) introduces us to seven couples connected by friendship, love and conflict. 

Marines and their partners try to talk about war and ask how they'll ever replace the combat buzz, when they can't even begin to explain why they felt it. Don't miss this "excellent piece of performance" (Broadway Baby).

 

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

  • Wed 20 Sep 7:30 PM £10.00

Book Tickets

  • Wed 20 September 7:30 PM

Presented by Deer Hunter Collective, Oxford Playhouse and Reading Rep 

Age guideline: 16+

  • A riveting and insightful piece of theatre, bringing a rare sense of integrity and immediacy to its telling of these highly personal tales.
       
    Fringe Guru

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