What’s Funny About Oxbow Lakes?

Wavelength Theatre

'What's Funny About Oxbow Lakes?' is a show exploring themes of friendship through adversity on a school residential trip. In the middle of a geography lesson, a class of six Year 12 students take the audience back to when, on their last day in Scotland, a storm washed their boat out to sea and they were forced to come together to survive 13 hours stranded on a remote island. You may well be wondering, a geography field trip? Really? What's funny about oxbow lakes? Well, get ready to laugh, smile, and maybe even shed a tear, with Mr Atlas' geography class.

Our show is written, directed, and produced by a Wavelength Theatre - a youth production team based in North London. We unite our passions for theatre to create performances that we hope inspire other young people to chase their dreams.

Our light-hearted comedy style creates an intimate feel with our audiences as the students recount their adventure.

Event Details

Genre: Theatre

Duration: 75 mins

Price: £12

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Mild references to mental health issues (panic attacks), some strong language, themes of divorce

Suitable for ages: 12 and over

World premiere

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17 August 2024 7.00pm

Theatro Technis

Full: £12

Conc: £10

18 August 2024 2.30pm

Theatro Technis

Full: £12

Conc: £10


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