The best art, music, theatre, film and cultural happenings in Oxfordshire.
Road restrictions will be in place at the start point on Bicester’s Sheep Street and Market Square. There will then be rolling road closures along the route from approximately 11.00am.
The Museum of Oxford is getting ready to re-open and welcome visitors on Monday 11 October following a £2.8m refurbishment which has tripled the size of the museum space.
In a change to the previously advertised route, the race will now go through New Marston, Marston and St Clements to The Plain, then up Cowley Road before heading out of the city towards Garsington.
The traditional county fair, whose origins date back to 1625, will take place on Monday 06 and Tuesday 07 September, from 11.00am to 11.00pm on both days.
Attendees will be able to live, breathe and experience historic motoring at its best and experience a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the 45 specialists firms based at the site.
Oxfordshire has plenty of incredible museums and art spaces. But, after you’ve seen everything Oxfordshire has to offer, here are some art exhibitions outside Oxfordshire that make for a great cultural day trip this summer.
The theatre will open with Priscilla Queen of the Desert from 23 August, followed by multi-award-winning musical Blood Brothers and a series of fantastic one-nighters.
The new attraction will feature cutting edge technology and immersive family entertainment in a year-round facility under the Oxford Unwrapped brand.
The exhibition of paintings by the internationally celebrated artist will explore the rarely exhibited paintings that have been an integral part of his practice over the last forty years.
The 147.6km route covers a large section of the county, heading as far south as Culham, before visiting Abingdon and Deddington on its journey north to a finish in Banbury.
In a collective statement, the Oxford Cultural Partnership are encouraging visitors to wear face-coverings and practice social distancing when visiting Oxford’s culture venues.
The Natural History Museum is relocating the specimens, around a third of its collection, to a new science and digitisation centre at Harwell Campus in Oxfordshire set to open in 2026.