Join four Oxford University researchers for a night of extracurricular entertainment as they explore life’s big questions though drama, comedy and live music!
JC Niala takes audiences on an edible immersive theatre experience that highlights the parallels between gardens and the human experience; Deborah Cameron and William Watson each deliver stand-up routines about their lives as English Professors and medical doctors; and Paul Lodge performs a selection of songs from his philosophical poetry project Cantat Ergo Sumus with the help of local heroes Flights of Helios.
Ages 12+. £10. In the Old Fire Station Theatre.
TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) supports interdisciplinary research across the University of Oxford and the wider public, providing a place to develop new ideas and collaborations both within and beyond academia.