The best art, music, theatre, film and cultural happenings in Oxfordshire.
Hampton Court Palace Festival, presented by heycar, has announced that Tom Jones, Jessie J and Jack Savoretti will perform at this year’s summer concert series between 11 and 22 June.
Henley Festival has announced that the recipient of its inaugural ‘Westcoast RISING Star Award’ championing emerging talent is singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist KATYA.
Big Feastival, the ultimate celebration of music, food, and family fun has announced further additions to the lineup for this year’s event.
As part of the club’s pledge to deliver a state-of-the-art stadium, the club would use a low-carbon energy supply to create an ‘all-electric’ stadium, with power also generated by solar panels.
Opening at the New Wimbledon Theatre in September, the National Theatre’s global smash-hit production of War Horse will take residency at New Theatre Oxford over the festive season from 10 December 2024.
Oxford United is making ‘great progress’ preparing a planning application for its new stadium. The team aims to establish a new venue at The Triangle, situated south of Kidlington Roundabout, as its current licence agreement for the Kassam Stadium expires in 2026.
The 27th Oxford Literary Festival, which opens on Saturday, 16 March, will welcome some of the world’s greatest thinkers, writers and public figures including two Nobel Prize winners – Professor Sir Paul Nurse and Professor Sir Venki Ramakrishnan.
The last of five 15/16th century stained glass panels, or Wappenscheiben, have been reinstalled at Greys Court after conservation, and a new exhibition about the panels opens in the library at Greys Court this February.
The Game Fair, the largest annual gathering for people passionate about countryside pursuits, has announced The Country Food Trust and Tackling Minds as its joint official charities.
The wedding might be off, but the honeymoon is still on! Head from the aisle to the Isles as the official Stock Aitken Waterman musical “I Should Be So Lucky” makes its way to Oxford’s New Theatre
Returning for their second year as organisers, Stable Events is excited to build on the success of the 2023 event, where they saw a record attendance of 28,000 visitors over the four days of the competition.
Oxford novelist Mary Jean Chan’s novel Bright Fear has been longlisted for the Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize, which is widely considered to be the world’s most prestigious award for young writers.