The moment we have all been waiting for: The Story Museum will open in...

The Story Museum will be reopening to the public on 4 April 2020 following a magical transformation involving extensive building and redevelopment work. The museum,...

The Irving Gallery opens in East Oxford with an in-house exhibition – literally –...

Introducing the Irving Gallery: a new art space for East Oxford

REVIEW: Illuminated Trail given contemporary edge at Blenheim Palace’s Christmas Lights, plus free chocolate!

Sold out last year, with thousands flocking from all over the country to bear witness and take part, Blenheim's Illuminated Trail is back, throwing open...

Festive theme ‘Winter Lights’ pulls in big artists for Christmas exhibition at Sarah Wiseman...

An emphasis on the romance of the winter countryside, plays out at Sarah Wiseman Gallery's annual Christmas exhibition this year, which features artists including Dawn...

‘Something Else’ is going on at Sewell Gallery in Radley in new two man...

Two distinguished Oxford professionals have come together in the Sewell Centre Gallery’s latest exhibition ‘Something Else’. After long careers in architecture...

A ‘Pride’ filled evening celebrates diversity at Pitt Rivers Museum as part of Oxford...

Pitch up at The Pitt Rivers Museum this Friday for the national launch of LGBT+ History Month 2020 and enjoy a pride-filled evening in the...

Jericho Comedy running two ‘evolutionary’ comedy shows simultaneously at The Natural History Museum and...

Jericho Comedy is celebrating the new exhibition "First Animals" at Oxford University Natural History Museum on Friday November 8 by hosting two comedy shows AT...

The Jam Factory hosts impressive line-up of thought provoking exhibitions from new and emerging...

"Autumn is here but don't worry The Jam Factory has an amazing line up of events, classes and exhibitions, for you to check out this...

Is pottery the new art? Oxford Ceramics Fair is back this weekend with demonstrations...

"If you want to see contemporary pottery in its most diverse and accessible form, then Oxford Ceramics Fair is that snapshot," potter Dylan Bowen tells...

The Ruskin master returns: John Newberry’s exhibition at The North Wall is a departure...

A large window overlooking the street, in the former Oxford Library in Bonn Square, fascinated retired Ruskin teacher John Newberry. And so...
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