To mark the 400th centenary of Shakespeare’s death, Oxford is celebrating with a year-long festival packed full of creative innovation. Site specific plays, living exhibitions, travelling Sonnet Booths and more can be seen in Oxford’s libraries, parks, concert halls, theatres, galleries, museums schools and night clubs... Read More Here
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David Brent: Life On The Road
He may not be the general manager at the Slough branch of Wernham-Hogg anymore, but Brent (Ricky Gervais) is back in Life on the Road, which follows the musical ambitions of this extraordinary, ordinary man. It’s been 16 years since he walked out of that office for the final time, but Brent still bears that trademark suit. Now a sales rep and self-proclaimed rock god, he’s on tour with his band, Forgotten Conclusion. Click
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Peter Pan in Scarlet
This world premiere stage adaptation of the official sequel to J.M Barrie’s Peter Pan is the perfect adventure for the whole family. It’s 1929, and Wendy and the Lost Boys have all grown up when strange dreams begin to seep out of Neverland. Pirates and mermaids, war paint and crocodiles – the dreams tell them that something must be wrong, and their friend Peter Pan needs their help Click
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Feast in the Street Food Avenue; learn to bake in the Cake and Bake Theatre; enjoy afternoon tea in the Vintage Tea Tent; taste wine, champagne and craft beer in the Drinks Theatre; buy from local producers in the Artisan Market; kids enjoy the Childrens Cookery Theatre; live music on the Unsigned Music Awards Stage and much more. Click Here for Details
New works by Clare Bonnet, Charlotte Cornish, Peter Kettle and Fletcher Prentice. We are pleased to announce an exciting Summer Exhibition focusing on painting with new works by a group of Gallery artists. Emerging talent Clare Bonnet's work was a huge success in our Jamaica Street Artists exhibition earlier this year and this time we will show two recent, large-scale oil paintings of semi-abstract female forms. Charlotte Cornish is back in the gallery with her distinctive abstract paintings in strong, vibrant colours. Click
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The White Hart Fyfield
Where you can enjoy award-winning food, fine wines and local real ales, under the soaring eaves of of a 15th Century Chantry House. The White Hart has held two rosettes for culinary excellence for 4 years running but is still somewhere you can stop and have a pint of real ale after a hard days work.
Thaikhun Oxford Thaikhun is quite literally from the streets of Bangkok to a street near you! Thaikhun brings Thai Street to you at its most real. Thaikhun Oxford is a fun and quirky place where you can enjoy having an authentic Thai food and catch up with friends, unwind after work or simply find a sophisticated space to indulge in an excellent selection of an authentic Thai food and drink.