This whole concept looks exceedingly interesting

Come and Play Out on the Cowley Road.

Find a friend, book a table and enjoy a 30 minute theatrical experience just for the two of you.

When you arrive, you'll be shown to your seats and given headphones and instructions. In front of you are some props and that's all you need to know!

Playhouse Director Michelle Dickson says: "When I experienced Etiquette recently, I knew straight away that it was a perfect Playhouse Plays Out show. It's like nothing you'll have seen or done before, and if you're like me, you won't stop talking about it for ages. It's theatre and you're part of it, but there's no audience and it's not exposing, just rather special!"

Etiquette takes place in George and Delila's café on the Cowley Road, and you can book your slot online, at the Playhouse Box Office or at G&D's when Etiquette is on.

Gripping... If the line between audience and performer seems blurred, Rotozaza's Etiquette erases it entirely. New York Times

Etiquette is suitable for 13+.

Read more here...

It would be possible to go to this as part of an evening class!

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