Why Oxford’s new world class music venue will be “a concert hall for everyone”

The recent announcement about a new state-of-the-art concert hall to be built in Oxford is exciting news for the city, and is just the kind...

Acclaimed artist and designer Phillip Dutton-White exhibits at Woodstock’s Dantzig Gallery to celebrate Salon...

Philip Dutton-White has had quite a career. The painter, designer and gallery owner has lived and worked in many of the world's most beautiful cities...

REVIEW: The groundbreaking Cecily Brown exhibition at Blenheim even boasts its own golden toilet

Famous painter Cecily Brown was at home in New York as her ground-breaking exhibition at Blenheim Palace opened this week, unable to attend the opening...

Real live theatre, comedy, big names, world premieres, family shows and digital events –...

Oxford Playhouse has announced a gloriously diverse and exciting programme to enjoy this autumn, both in and out of Oxford's beloved theatre. Leading...

007 stuntman, Daniel Craig’s double in No Time To Die, adventurer, survival expert and...

If you've watched the trailer of new Bond film No Time To Die, you'll understand the enormous hype around the latest 007 offering starring Daniel...

How does your garden grow? Artist Fletcher Prentice celebrates the natural world at...

"My paintings are very much a celebration of how beautiful the natural world is," artist Fletcher Prentice explains. "I’m especially inspired by periods of intensity...

Brand new musical ‘Romantics Anonymous’ is coming to Oxford Playhouse on Wednesday on a...

Miss live theatre? Want to watch new work? Need a musical in your life? You can catch Emma Rice's brand new show Romantics Anonymous on...

“It feels like we are being punished” What the new 10pm curfew means for...

Pubs, bars and restaurants across Oxfordshire are bracing themselves for another massive drop in takings, potential job losses, and even closure after the announcement that...

Half Cut Theatre brings Shakespeare’s famous ‘rom-com’ to Oxford to redefine the ‘new normal’...

Half Cut Theatre is "cooking up a storm for the live-theatre-starved public" on Sunday September 27, with an hour long, socially distanced version of Shakespeare's...

REVIEW: Garsington Opera – Beethoven’s Fidelio was ‘a rare treat’ and an ‘inspired choice’

After a summer of cancellations, it was a rare and unexpected treat to be back at Wormsley this week for Beethoven’s Fidelio.
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