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New Oxford Theatre – Ed Gamble: Hot Diggity Dog

GAMBLE GOES TOURING One of the most familiar current faces in British comedy, Ed Gamble, brings you his latest stand-up tour, Hot Diggity Dog! Known to many as the host of smash hit comedy food podcast Off Menu alongside fellow comedy favourite James Acaster, Gamble is increasingly becoming a mainstay on British television with roles as a judge on Great British Menu, a champion on Channel 4’s Taskmaster and a special on Amazon Prime, Blood Sugar. Gamble has also appeared as a stand-up on Live At The Apollo and regularly appears on legendary panel shows including QI, Mock The Week and Would I Lie To You?.
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22 Jun -
 22 Jun '24

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Box office opens 12 noon (Mon to Sat) and closes either at 4pm or 15 minutes after start of a show.

Box office opens 12 noon (Mon to Sat) and closes either at 4pm or 15 minutes after start of a show.

Box office opens 12 noon (Mon to Sat) and closes either at 4pm or 15 minutes after start of a show.

Box office opens 12 noon (Mon to Sat) and closes either at 4pm or 15 minutes after start of a show.

Box office opens 12 noon (Mon to Sat) and closes either at 4pm or 15 minutes after start of a show.

Box office opens 12 noon (Mon to Sat) and closes either at 4pm or 15 minutes after start of a show.

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Amenities

Wheelchair Access
Toilets
Food & Drink
New Oxford Theatre – Ed Gamble: Hot Diggity Dog
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