Need some inspiration for what to do with yourself this weekend? Fill your diary with these seven or so brilliant things to do in and around Oxford – you know, things that are really worth making time for.
As we welcome The Cher Show — A New Musical to New Theatre Oxford towards the end of February, Vicky Edwards caught up with Arlene Phillips, who directed the show.
February will roll around shortly. Discover your invaluable guide to the best events, workshops, exhibitions and things to do in Oxford and across Oxfordshire, this the shortest month of the year.
From the Oxford Literary Festival to the Oxford Half Marathon and the Oxford Christmas Market- here are the major events in Oxford in 2023 that you can’t afford to miss.
Well then, hello, and welcome to 2023. If you’re done paying the price for seeing off 2022 in appropriate style, here’s how to make the most of January 2023 in Oxford and across Oxfordshire.
We don’t want to jinx it, but Saturday, 31 December 2022, is shaping up to be the first ‘normal’ New Year’s Eve we’ve had in three years – one where we can indulge in the best NYE treats on offer across the county.
Here’s our growing list of where to see Santa Claus a.k.a. Father Christmas himself in Oxford and across Oxfordshire this Christmas.
This year’s Remembrance Sunday Service at the War Memorial in St Giles’ will take place on Sunday, 13 November 2022
From bonfires and fireworks to Christmas lights switch-on, concerts, gigs, musicals, festive markets and, oh, yes, pantos!, there’s plenty to do in Oxford and across Oxfordshire in the period leading up to when the Christmas festive season kicks off in earnest.
Concern has been raised that Oxfordshire residents may feel brushed off with no further action taken on more than half of reported road defects.
Our pick of the unmissable Pantomimes and ‘non panto’ family-friendly Christmas theatre shows in Oxford and across Oxfordshire this festive season.