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Big names Val McDermid, Robert Goddard, Richard Osman and more celebrate St Hilda’s Crime...

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St Hilda's Crime Fiction Weekend is celebrating in stye with some massive names from the literary world congregating in Oxford, and the fun starts today. To mark its...

WILDERNESS REVIEW: ‘Joyful brilliance for the heart and soul. Just leave your inhibitions at...

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Wilderness - infamous for its hedonistic smorgasbord of diverse activities, music and distractions - is perhaps Oxfordshire's most eclectic festival, and we were there to enjoy every...

PLOUGHFEST IN WEST HANNEY IS BACK with live music, an epic BBQ and some...

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Make sure you're free on Sunday August 27 because PLOUGHFEST in West Hanney is back and looks set to be an absolute corker! Back for a second year,...

OXFORD WORLD PREMIERE: County lines show ‘CODE’ uses bikes, parkour and rap at Dancin’...

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WORLD PREMIERE CODE will be starring at DANCIN’ OXFORD's SUMMER DANCE FESTIVAL on Broad Street and Barton, it was announced this week. CODE brings together trials bikes, parkour, physical theatre and live rap music ...

Oxfordshire’s Summer Entertainment Guide – comedy, drama, children’s, opera, dance, outdoor, museums, film, exhibitions...

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With the summer stretching gloriously ahead of us, here is our TOP 25 guide to what's on in Oxfordshire. 1) Zog, Oxford Playhouse, Tuesday 18 Juiy – Sunday...

EXCLUSIVE: Oxford’s Cara Hunter on new crime thriller Murder In The Family, two TV...

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Cara Hunter is killing it at the moment with her new crime thriller Murder In The Family whose TV rights were instantly snapped up by Sam Mendes'...

‘It’s going to be a lot of fun’ 54 comedians, three venues, July run....

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The Oxford Comedy Festival is back with an incredible 54 comedians and its biggest line-up yet, from international names and TV regulars to rising stars, local legends...

TRUCK FESTIVAL NEWS: Over £500,000 raised as Oxfordshire charities and organisations urged to apply...

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As Truck Festival prepares to kick off next month, local Oxfordshire charities and organisations are being urged to apply for Truck Trust grants. READ ABOUT TRUCK'S 2023...

UNMISSABLE: The comedy, theatre, art, light shows, curated tours and classical music stars kicking...

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As Oxford Festival of The Arts kicks off this week, here are the first unmissable events to book now! THE HOBBIT - Catch this world premiere written by...

Daylesford Summer Festival next weekend boasts celebrities, hot air balloons, food, music, feasts, workshops,...

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Chef Clodagh McKenna, actor Richard E Grant, restaurateur Ruthie Rodgers, Giles and Mary of Gogglebox fame and festival favourite Christopher Biggins are the special guests at Daylesford's...
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