The best art, music, theatre, film and cultural happenings in Oxfordshire.
Blenheim Palace has received a grant worth more than half a million pounds for preservation work from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund.
Booker Prize 2020 Shortlist has been announced and it’s a history-making group of writers for the prize. Now there’s your autumn reading list sorted.
The Cecily Brown Exhibition at Blenheim Palace offers charged reinterpretations of the Spencer-Churchill family’s collection of artworks.
North Wall reopens with exhibition of new painting and textiles Contemplation: Snow Into Water – a celebration of nature and its calming effect on the mind.
Pitt Rivers Museum reopening on 22 September will reveal critical changes to displays as part of a decolonisation process.
The Pitt Rivers Museum and the Museum of Natural History have announced that they will both reopen to the public on Tuesday 22 September.
Oxford University has appointed a specialist acoustician to help create a new concert hall to rival the best in the world at the Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre.
The Blenheim Art Foundation will unveil a major solo exhibition by acclaimed British artist Cecily Brown at Blenheim Palace this September.
The British Eventing Board has announced that it will no longer be organising the Blenheim Palace Horse Trials going forward.
The winning entries in the International Garden Photographer of the Year 2020 Beautiful Blenheim Photography competition – celebrating the beauty of this extraordinary location.
Abingdon-based Mostly Books and Bicester-based Coles Books have been shortlisted as regional finalists for the 2020 Independent Bookshop of the Year awards