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    Important information

    Child policy
    This production is recommended for ages 12+. Under 4s will not be admitted.
    Running time
    2 hours 50 minutes (including interval)
    Performance dates
    16 February - 2 September 2023
    The production contains haze, smoke, and loud gunshot effects, there are also blackouts and flashing video images. The show contains disturbing themes including the mention of suicide and an implied act of sexual assault. Corn, cornbread and eggs are handled and consumed on stage during the show. Real liquid is used during the show, and depending on your proximity to the stage you may get wet.
    Special notice

    Everyone, regardless of age, must have their own ticket to enter the theatre. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to a ticketholder who is at least 18 years old. Children under the age of 4 will not be admitted. Latecomers may not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance. You may not bring food or drink purchased elsewhere.

    Oklahoma! Customer Reviews

    3 / 5 (398 customer reviews)


    2 September

    We saw Oklahoma the night before it closed. The energy was so high and the actors so engaged. We loved the show and were impressed that 11 people could fill the theatre with so much beautiful sound.


    1 September

    I am a lover of the Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals, had not read any reviews of the theatre show, and was looking forward to a glorious, colourful, musical extravaganza. Instead, it was a completely modern take done on the cheap - no sets, no orchestra, no colourful costumes. It was soulless, emotionless, cold, drab, grey, resembling a rehearsal. The two main characters had no personality, and elderly, warm Aunt Eller was played by a young, brash woman who sat with her legs wide apart, and the music was played by a tin pot band, the violin being the most annoying. It was uninspiring, and I felt uninvolved. In fact, it was annoying. The only time I engaged with it was when Ado Annie, the pedlar, and Will Parker were in action. My husband and I felt cheated because we had paid over £200 for prime seats in the middle of the stalls.

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