The Oxford Revue

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Renowned comedy troupe The Oxford Revue returns to the Playhouse to face off against its biggest rivals, The Cambridge Footlights and The Durham Revue, in an evening of hilarious sketch comedy.

Former members of these comedy teams include stars such as Rowan Atkinson, Jeremy Vine, Nish Kumar, Mitchell & Webb, Fry & Laurie and members of Monty Python.

Come and see the rising comedy stars of the future perform in a range of brilliant and bizarre sketches, all under one roof for one night only.

  • Thu 8 Jun 7:30 PM £19.00/£15.50/£13.50/£11.50

Book Tickets

  • Thu 8 June 7:30 PM

Student tickets £11.50 | Available in advance

Age guideline 16+

  • Fresh, witty and raucously entertaining.
       
    Oxford Student

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