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Nat and Vic's Guide to being an Independent Woman


It’s hard celebrating being an independent woman when you don’t earn enough to pay the rent. With game shows, spoken word, and their best Beyoncé dance moves, Nat and Vic will help you explore
the stark economics of gender inequality – from pay gap to pink tax. Who runs the world? People with money.

This is a Relaxed Baby Friendly performance. The show is for adults, but parents of babes in arms are welcome to bring them. NB There is some strong language

Duration: 30mins with no interval

Book Tickets

  • Sat 29 Jun 1:00 PM £5.00
visit Oxford Playhouse website

Book Tickets

  • Sat 29 June 1:00 PM

Natalie Thomas & Victoria Briggs

Age guideline 14+

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