The best art, music, theatre, film and cultural happenings in Oxfordshire.
In celebration of 100 years since the discovery of the tomb of this young king, the Bodleian Libraries are pleased to announce a special exhibition covering this momentous event in Egypt’s history with fresh eyes.
The Tithe Barn at Thyme – the boutique hotel and ’village within a village’ destination – is delighted to host the exhibition of botanical portraits.
The artwork has long been a local landmark, but the council’s new heritage site designation is simultaneously lampooning its anti-establishment message – and drawing criticism from the artist’s family.
Blenheim Palace is hosting a new exhibition showcasing Winston Churchill’s love of painting and lifelong friendship with renowned Anglo-French artist Paul Maze
The Oxford Sculptors Group will return to exhibit on the grounds of Greys Court with a variety of sculptures available to purchase on display in the charming setting of the walled gardens.
Drawn From Life: The Ruskin Diaries, 1949-53, is the genesis story of a life in art based on diaries written by a would-be artist, Steve Hurst, growing from a child into a man.
Stage six of Britain’s biggest and longest-running international women’s cycling stage race will start in Chipping Norton before culminating in Oxford city centre.
The talented singers, actors, and dancers will be performing their rendition of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic from 31 March to 02 April at the Radley College Theatre.
The country home of William Morris, the internationally-renowned craftsman, designer, author, poet, conservationist and socialist, widely regarded as the father of the Arts & Crafts Movement, has been closed since 2019.
Mother’s Day is almost here! If you want to give your mum or mother figure a lovely book gift, we’ve pulled together a selection for you to choose from.
Oxfordshire-based travel writer and adventurer Simon Parker will kick off his Riding Out tour this Spring with a series of theatre and literary festival appearances around the UK.