The best art, music, theatre, film and cultural happenings in Oxfordshire.
Following a fun-packed weekend on Alex James’ Cotswold farm across the recent August bank holiday weekend, Big Feastival has confirmed its return to the beautiful surrounds in 2024.
TV presenter and author Simon Reeve is calling on people to take a chance for a braver life and to experience the ‘wild’ in his new tour – To The Ends Of The Earth – which comes to Oxford in October.
Much of the series – a twist on the familiar con man story – is filmed in and around Oxford, and we’ve rounded up the iconic spots around the city that feature in the series.
The county’s military history museum is collaborating with Oxford-based Rebellion Publishing on a new exhibition that will offer visitors a chance to explore the history of British war comics.
This gloriously lavish production is brought to the stage by an internationally renowned creative team and will feature a world-class company of talented performers and a full-scale orchestra.
Enriching lives through horses, Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) benefits the lives of over 17,000 disabled children and adults across the UK with activities, including riding and carriage driving.
Loose Women is hitting the road for the very first time this autumn with Loose Women Live – and 80s pop legend Martin Kemp is set to join them as a special guest at Oxford New Theatre.
Fever is bringing its Candlelight Concert Series to Oxford, kicking off with concerts in Tribute to Queen, Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, Hans Zimmer’s Best Works and more.
The EAGA Gospel Choir, BBC Songs of Praise Gospel Choir of the Year 2023, will be singing in Oxford in a concert in aid of The Unicorn School, Abingdon, which provides specialist educational support for neurodiverse children and young people with related learning challenges.
Best-selling author Shrabani Basu will give a talk on the story of Noor Inayat Khan, the first woman radio operator to be infiltrated into occupied France in 1943 based on interviews with her family, colleagues and secret service records.
Dancin’ Oxford, in conjunction with Justice in Motion, has announced the world premiere performance of CODE at its Summer Dance Festival in Oxford on 19 and 20 August 2023.