The Oxford Festival Comedy Festival 2019 is a month-long comedy festival taking place all over Oxford during July, and featuring the best and boldest comedic voices in the UK.
Jen Ives is a transsexual, but she’s flipping well sick of talking about it. In her debut stand up hour Jen tries not to talk about it for about 60 minutes.
BBC New Comedy Award 2018 finalist, William Stone, is gathering moss, stuck somewhere between reality and dreams in the nineties.
A silly, surreal show about time travel, love and time travel from the winner of BBC New Comedy Award and So You Think You’re Funny.
Tara has two children under two, and in her debut hour she delves into the mad world of ‘parental advice’ and the epic journey that is ‘Motherhood’.
Award-winning stand-up comedian Tania Edwards explores these emotionally incontinent times and why it’s imperative to repress our emotions.
Critically acclaimed comedian, and true crime fanatic, Lorna Shaw lays down the law in this brand new hour of stand-up and storytelling.
A whip-smart, animated hour for anyone who’s ever stared wild-eyed at a ceiling or stood very still in their kitchen.
Hayley Ellis is back with a new show about being easily influenced, putting water in your belly button and awkward holidays.
A real giggle fest with some pretty cool subjects thrown around and some hot tips ’n’ tricks revealed.
An evening of two of the most interesting, unique, and funny comedians on the circuit doing their solo shows!
In the era when the British people are re-examining who they are as a people, Njambi scrutinises her own story; from the other side of the empire.
Chris will take you through the process of writing a joke and how he remembers all 260 jokes of his exciting new show.