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The OSO Arts Centre launches its Autumn Season


2 August 2022

The OSO Arts Centre is back for their autumn programme of events with a more ambitious season than ever before.

Launching the Autumn Season will be coming-of-age one-woman show 'A Hundred Words for Snow' (6 to 11 September 2022). Other highlights of the autumn programme of events include comedian George Egg who will cook up a storm at the BCA Food Fair, using whacky utensils to create dishes for you to try (17 September 2022).There will be plenty for children to see. In Mischief & Mystery in Moominvalley (21 October 2022), puppetry, original music and interactive play will combine to create the magical world of Moominvalley. Get spooky with on the Halloween weekend, as comedian Aruhan Galieva hosts a series of Bat Walks, in collaboration with the Bat Conservation Trust (29 October 2022).As always, you will be able to see the best and brightest up-and-coming comedians at the monthly The Comedy Store (2 September, 14 October and 11 November 2022) shows.To celebrate the Qatar 2022 Football World Cup, the OSO will be showing all Group B games and knout out games with possible England involvement from the quarter finals onwards on the big screen (21 November to 18 December 2022).Rounding of the season will be the annual pantomime. Prepare your cheers, boos, and glass shoes for a twist on the nation’s favourite fairy-tale, in Cinderella and the Forbidden Ball (7 to 21 December 2022). Book early to avoid disappointment.Visit OSO Arts website for the full programme of events and to book your tickets now.

Community news on behalf of OSO Arts Centre

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Updated: 2 August 2022

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