The Oxford Revue: Best of the Fringe

The Oxford Revue: Best of the Fringe

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Fresh from a run at the Edinburgh Fringe, The Oxford Revue returns with a showcase of their latest and greatest sketches and stand-up, perfected over weeks of performance. Join them for a fantastic night of witty, fast-paced comedy that will leave you in stitches.

With former members including such comedy luminaries as Michael Palin, Rowan Atkinson, Katy Brand and Stewart Lee, you might just catch a rising star in action.

Duration: Approximately 1 hour 10 minutes with no interval

Book Tickets

  • Thu 19 October 7:30 PM
  • Fri 20 October 7:30 PM
  • Sat 21 October 7:30 PM

Part of the Michaelmas student season at the Burton Taylor Studio

  • …tight, intelligent, and extremely funny…is there anything the Oxford Revue can’t do?
       
    Edinburgh Fringe Review

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    Thu 19 - Sat 21 Oct

    Wise…yes, you are wise. In everything except that which needs wisdom. The god Dionysos has come to the city of Thebes, where Pentheus rules with cool composure. The young king seeks to ban all worship of his cousin Dionysos, whom he insists is a fake divinity. Little does he know: the god is watching his every move. Dionysos turns the women of the city mad, and plays cat and mouse with...

  • Crime and Punishment

    Tue 24 - Sat 28 Oct

    Do you believe in Lazarus, rising from the dead? Condensing a classic tale into a ninety minute-long drama, this award-winning adaptation brings all the richness of of Dostoyevsky’s masterpiece to the stage. An elderly moneylender is dead, killed with an axe in her St Petersburg apartment; a destitute former student sits before a police inspector. The interrogation that follows is an i...

  • An Englishman Abroad

    Tue 31 Oct - Sat 4 Nov

    Full of Bennett’s delightful charm and plenty of pathos, An Englishman Abroad is the dramatized account of a real meeting between and actress and one of the infamous ‘Cambridge Spies’. In the wake of Stalin’s death, the world finds itself grasping for peace in the new world order. In an effort to increase goodwill for the West, actress Coral Browne is sent to Russia in a touring product...

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