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The programme spans music and the arts, exquisite feasting and dining, insightful talks and debates, a wellbeing sanctuary, outdoor pursuits, and a family field and beautiful lakes to while away the hours.
Set against the stunning backdrop of one of Britain’s most impressive historic homes, the crowds at Stonor Park are in for a rare treat when Rumer and Tom Speight each step up the mic ahead of Texas.
Owen Mumford will join as a sponsor of the Science and Medicine programme – an extended category for 2022, adding the topical subject of medicine against the unique backdrop of a global pandemic.
This much-loved tour has been a staple of The Sixteen’s programming for many years, travelling to the UK’s cathedrals and abbeys, and will call at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford on 19 March.
Expanding on their space in West Oxfordshire, the new gallery will open in February 2022 with a group exhibition titled ‘Here We Go’.
Lionel Richie has cancelled his 2022 ‘Hello’ summer tour dates, including his scheduled headline appearance at Nocturne Live at Blenheim Palace this summer.
The Russian State Ballet of Siberia will once again tour the UK and will present the iconic and classical Snow Maiden, Romeo & Juliet and Swan Lake at New Theatre Oxford from 10 to 12 February.
There’s a common perception that video gaming is unhealthy, but a recent report by the Oxford Internet Institute almost certainly has a significant impact on this pop culture phenomenon.
More than 6,000 military personnel, performers, key workers and volunteers will unite to tell the story of the last seven decades.
The internationally acclaimed composer, has written a new Christmas carol in recognition of 25 years of fundraising by volunteers for Macmillan Cancer Support in Oxfordshire.