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Although The New Theatre has welcomed back the award-winning drama War Horse, having sold out last time around, expectations for the...
'Woodstock Live' again brings an eclectic mix of artists into the Town Square for a free two day celebration of music,...
It’s a madcap, hare-brained, ridiculous idea that no sane theatre company would ever consider. So, obviously Creation...
The irony of Little Miss Sunshine is that as a musical it does work. The whole wonderful story pans out in...
Fans are gearing up for a four day extravaganza of some of the country’s best folk music at Towersey Festival, over...
Fans of Little Miss Sunshine, the Oscar-winning film, won’t need any encouragement to visit Oxford Playhouse tonight,...
If you haven’t heard of new girl band Four Of Diamonds, you will.  Not only have the foursome...
It’s hard now to imagine Oxford without SJE Arts, so firmly has this busy concert promoter planted...
"War Horse is a huge piece of ensemble storytelling. That’s not just the cast, that’s the entire company and the sheer...
Parkour is daring, adventurous and urban, made accessible through YouTube and social media, and therefore the perfect way to attract a...
Julia Donaldson is the multi award-winning author of some of the world's best loved children's books, most notably the modern classic The Gruffalo...
Electrifying acoustic roots band The Urban Folk Quartet will delight fans with 'new music' at the upcoming...
If you’re going away this summer, the likelihood is you’ll be reading The Cliff House by Amanda Jennings.
The mid-summer weather may well have tried it’s hardest to turn Shakespeare’s joyous and much-loved comedy of twinkly fairy magic and...
The Oxford Proms has carved a comfortable little niche for itself since its formation in 2011.
Oxford Shakespeare Festival is coming to an end this weekend at Oxford Castle & Prison after an eight week season.
Fairport’s Cropredy Convention kicks off today as the event celebrates its 40th year with a fantastic line...
Expect high-energy, playful theatre from The PappyShow this weekend at The North Wall. "Wait Til The End tackles death...
News that Curry Leaf Cafe was opening at Bicester Village had me hot-footing over faster than Usain Bolt on a start...
That's right folks. You read it correctly the first time. Mikron Theatre is not only bringing two new plays to Oxfordshire...
“It’s the kind of play that makes you burst out laughing and then feel guilty for doing so,” Dee Thompson tells...
The Miss P Foundation is turning 10. The Oxford charity that supports children into the Arts is celebrating...
This week's classical round-up features the Oxford Piano Festival and so much more
“That was absolutely outstanding,” the man behind me remarked in amazement, as we filed out of Wadham College Gardens into the...
BBC Countryfile Live at Blenheim Palace opens today with the chance to see your favourite presenters live on The Main Stage.
It was a big ask, commissioning playwright Siofra Dromgooleto to create If It Didn’t Matter.  Not only because...
There's so many to choose from but when the sun is out, and the urge for a cold pint or a...
One of the most powerful love stories ever written, by one of our greatest feminist writers, is brought to Oxford by...
It was too hot to eat properly. All I wanted was to nibble, to graze, to drink ice cold rose with...
Thursday at Truck was all about the post-punk headliners Slaves, a two-piece boyband from the garden of England.
GRAB YOUR GLITTER, WELLIES, TENT…. IT’S FESTIVAL TIME FOLKS! The Wilderness Festival from...
Beau Holland is shaking the sand out of her suitcase when we speak, having just returned from Guernsey with The Globe On...
“Welcome to Creation Cruises. We hope you enjoy your voyage,” said a crew member in an ‘Officer and a Gentlemen’ style...
Set against a background of extreme economic hardship in Weimar-era interwar Berlin and the rise of the far-right, a vibrant cultural...
The Three Musketeers are swashbuckling their way through Oxford this week with a dazzling array of sword-fighting, romance, humour and intrigue.
“I wanted to recreate the CIA’s experiments live by using the audience because it is so compelling on stage,” David Narayan...
Hackett’s runs a year round cafe and bar at Farmoor Reservoir for Oxford Sailing Club, which really comes into its...
"Tis an ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers," says a servant in Romeo and Juliet, from within the confines...
Opera Anywhere launches its new summer festival Swashbuckling pirates and Japanese gentlemen are just some of the characters...
Two men in Lycra. A vegan and a vegetarian. Londoners who wanted lunch in a quintessential Oxford pub with a suitable...
The transformation at The White Rabbit in central Oxford is complete. And while a long time coming, two years to be...
Macbeth had big shoes to fill as he walked onstage fresh from the battlefields, clutching the Thane of Cawdor's head, to...
Oxford Chamber Music Festival GOLDBERG VARIATIONS  The Abbey, Sutton Courtenay Friday, 7.30pm