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Concessions available to NHS staff and medical students for new Pipeline Theatre production 'Drip Drip Drip' , a break-neck, darkly comic and taboo-busting journey through an NHS phantasmagoria, in Oxford 5 - 6 April



Known locally for previous sell-out shows Transports and Spillikin, Pipeline Theatre return to the Old Fire Station Theatre on the 5th and 6th of April with their new play Drip Drip Drip. It’s set in the NHS, and looks at how we dehumanise those who are different from us. ‘Love, death, racism and hobnobs in the NHS’. 

The play explores how a disgraced academic, an alt-right provocateur who’s also terminally ill, finds himself treated by an ethnically diverse care team.

The show is mad, ambitious, heart-breaking, uplifting and very funny. Pipeline Theatre has collaborated with an array of medical experts, academics and healthcare workers. According to one senior consultant: “in some areas, the NHS is a working model of British Colonialism”. 

Find out more and book your tickets (Old Fire Station website)