The Oxford Revue

The Oxford Revue

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The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk & What Goes On in Front of Closed...
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The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk & One Small Step at Blenheim Palace The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk & One Small Step at Blenheim Palace & Plus1 more...
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The University of Oxford's premier sketch comedy troupe returns to the Playhouse for its annual showcase of some of the nation’s top student-comedy talent.

The inimitable Cambridge Footlights and the multi-award winning Durham Revue will each perform a set before the interval, which will be followed by the world-premiere of Oxford Revue: Wasted, the company’s 2018 international touring show exploring the absurdity, soddenness, and desolation of today.

  • Fri 25 May 7:30 PM £20.00/£17.00/£13.00/£10.00

Book Tickets

  • Fri 25 May 7:30 PM

Age guideline: 16+

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  • Octopus

    Tue 1 - Sat 5 May

    “You’re an octopus. All mixed up, like me. One leg something, and one leg something else.” In a dystopian near-future, three women are called into a government office to be assessed for their ‘right to British life’. Sara looks kinda Asian, Scheherazade kinda Middle Eastern, and Sarah is kinda white and has no idea why she’s here. Octopus is an anarchic new comedy about Brexit, bureauc...

  • The Oxford Revue returns to the BT with an hour of original sketch comedy. After a “wonderful and hilarious” (Ed Fringe Review) run at the Fringe and Oxford performances that left the audience “in stiches” (Cherwell), the Revue is back – with a new show devised and performed by a handpicked selection of Oxford’s hottest up-and-coming comics. No Market for...

  • Travesties

    Wed 2 - Sat 5 May

    ‘What did you do in the Great War?.’ ‘ I wrote Ulysses...What did you do?’ ‘Bloody nerve.’  Ageing diplomatic attaché Henry Carr is desperate to recount the events of Zürich in 1917, where amidst the First World War, revolutionary minds collided: modernist author James Joyce, communist revolutionary Lenin, and founder of Dadaism Tristan Tzara. Fizzing with limericks, razor-sharp wit,...

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