The best art, music, theatre, film and cultural happenings in Oxfordshire.
Park Fair, the boutique shopping festival in the Cotswolds, has revealed an impressive lineup of stylish modern brands ahead of the summer 2023 event taking place at The Great Tew Estate from Friday, 30 June to Sunday, 02 July.
The Sanctuary and The Lakeside Spa return to Wilderness for 2023 with a diverse and holistic programme to nourish, restore and replenish mind, body and soul. It’s your safe haven and party launchpad.
Taking place between 06 to 17 June, the highly anticipated concerts feature a plethora of music icons; Gladys Knight, Tom Jones, Grace Jones, Soft Cell, Kool & The Gang, Kaiser Chiefs, Björn Again and Rick Astley.
Following its record-breaking run at the Dominion Theatre, Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story on Stage has announced its 2023 UK & Ireland tour, including a stopover in Oxford in July.
Based on the smash-hit exhibition Tokyo: Art and Photography at the Ashmolean, Tokyo Stories spans four centuries – ranging from the delicate woodblock prints of Hokusai and Hiroshige to Pop Art posters, contemporary photography, Manga, film and street art.
Women & War: From the Fringes to the Front Line is a new exhibition opening on 03 June to 10 September 2023 at Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock.
The National Trust is formally launching its Heritage and Rural Skills Centre at Coleshill in Oxfordshire on Friday, 19 May and there’s a public Open Day with tours, demos and children’s activities on Saturday, 20 May.
After thirty-three years in the planning and crafting, a brand-new statue of Apollo has just landed at one of the National Trust’s flagship estates: Stowe Gardens in Buckinghamshire.
It was a tail-wagging adventure down Easy Street as Annie and the lovable pedigree pooch ‘Sandy’ took to the stage at New Theatre Oxford.
The future stars of dance are headed out on a major UK tour, including one night only at Chipping Norton Theatre on Saturday, 17 June.
Big Feastival has revealed further entertainment lineup for 2023, including the Main Stage hosts, Cheese Hub DJs and another round of Music Acts set to appear across the weekend.
The cabinet at Oxfordshire County Council cabinet will receive an update on proposals for Oxford United’s new stadium on council-owned land known as “the Triangle”.