The best art, music, theatre, film and cultural happenings in Oxfordshire.
After a hugely successful launch, Park Fair will return to the Oxfordshire countryside for its second year in 2023.
The Cher Show is set to take to the stage at New Theatre Oxford from Tuesday, 21 February and will run through to Saturday, 25 February 2023.
Silverstone Interactive Museum has said it is “extremely grateful” for the support in renegotiating loans from local authorities ahead of its opening in 2019
As we emerge from the hibernation of winter, this is the perfect time to meet up with loved ones for a spring pilgrimage to see the bulbs and blooms, followed by a catch-up chat over a cuppa.
The exhibition will feature several of Jones’s previously unseen paintings, offering the people of Oxfordshire an opportunity to discover the legacy of one of Oxford’s great twentieth-century painters.
The award-winning producer Ellen Kent returns to New Theatre Oxford with Puccini’s Madama Butterfly in March, performed by the Ukrainian Opera & Ballet Theatre Kyiv.
Chipping Norton Literary Festival is celebrating its tenth year from 27 to 30 April with a dazzling line-up of authors, children’s events and writers’ workshops.
Aida, the grandest of award-winning producer Ellen Kent’s operas, returns to New Theatre Oxford with a stunning new traditional production performed by the Ukrainian Opera & Ballet Theatre Kyiv.
A book by the internationally renowned writer Albert Memmi has been translated from French for the first time by Oxford-based critic, writer and translator Stephen Wilson.
For the month of February, our partner LOVE Theatre is offering no booking fees on tickets for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at Palace Theatre in London.
There is something for everyone this month – whether it is fiction or non-fiction, romantic or a thriller, Waterstones have got you covered this February. Take a look at what they have to offer.
OUFC has announced that a series of new stadium work streams will be starting immediately, following the decision by the County Council to proceed with negotiations on ‘The Triangle’ site.