The Unbuilt Room

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Duration: 45mins with no interval

Book Tickets

Age guideline: 14+

Location: Crypt at Frewin Annexe, St Michael’s Street, Oxford, OX1 3JB.

Please note, this venue has no wheelchair access. Venue accessed by stairs.

Online booking closes at 4.30pm on the day of each performance. Remaining tickets can be purchased on the door with cash (Subject to Ticket Availability.)

  • A challenging, creative and vividly wonderful theatre experience.
       
    Everything Theatre
  • This game is absorbing, enlightening and funny.
       
    Londonist
  • The journey and time spent in a friendly circle of fellow adventurers is the essence of this beautifully realised work.
       
    The Unbuilt Room

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