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Creation Theatre

Gala Dinner and Story Box

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Fall down the rabbit hole with Creation Theatre on the 28 March and play a part in a fundraising event like no other.

Delicious food, plenty of drink and an auction with some incredible lots, all delivered in the unexpected, quirky, eccentric style that makes Creation the most exciting producing Company in Oxford – and beyond!

Music. Performances. Whimsy. Magic.

Experience new work, re-visit old favourites and play an active part in helping us road test some exciting new ideas. The event will take place in a highly classified, top secret location in Oxford.

The adventure will then begin a week before the performance when we will hand deliver your own unique Story Box to the address of your choice. Working your way through the box layers will take you on a journey to uncover clues and discover the location of our secret venue.

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