Life Is A Cabaret

Life Is A Cabaret


OxOps are thrilled to present their first ever dance spectacular- LIFE IS A CABARET! 

Dancers from the society will perform a vast array of show numbers from many West End classics such as West Side Story, Mamma Mia!, Cats, Wicked, Dirty Dancing, and The Lion King, amongst others. 

This event will showcase the society’s talented dancers as they perform a variety of dance styles, from tap to lyrical, musical theatre to swing and more, accompanied by a toe-tapping live band and enigmatic singers led by Nia Williams. 

The theme of the event is Cabaret, and this extends to the audience. Upon arrival you will be seated at a table and provided with complimentary refreshments, all of which are included in the price of the ticket. During the matinee you can enjoy a hot drink and cake, and at the evening performance, you can sit back and relax with a complimentary glass of wine or soft drink, as well as enjoy a variety of nibbles. Other refreshments will also be available at each event for you to purchase. 

LIFE IS A CABARET promises to be a fun and sociable celebration of the society’s incredible dance talent for both audience and performers alike.

Duration: 2 hours 30mins with interval

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Matinee tickets include tea/coffee and cake, evening tickets include a drink and nibbles.

Extra refreshments will be available to purchase.

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