The best art, music, theatre, film and cultural happenings in Oxfordshire.
The National Trust has launched its annual blossom campaign, which aims to bring the beauty of blossom to more people and to celebrate the start of spring.
As a musical about musicians, Fisherman’s Friends seems to have gotten the delicate balance between singing and storytelling right.
As the world premiere production of Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical embarks on a UK tour, expect“a feel-good, foot-stomping, sea shanty musical telling the astonishing story of the world’s least likely boyband”.
Alasdair Beckett-King has taken his first tour, The Interdimensional ABK, on the road, and he’ll be performing at Oxford Glee Club on 13 April 2023.
Foodies Festival – the UK’s biggest touring gourmet food and music festival series – returns to Oxford for a huge August Bank Holiday weekend from 26 to 28 August.
151 years after the first Varsity Match, where University of Oxford defeated Cambridge at The Parks, Oxford in 1872, the ‘Battle of the Blues’ will recommence when the teams meet on Saturday, 25 March, at Twickenham Stadium.
Join Ian McKellen and John Bishop as they bring the hilarious family-friendly pantomime Mother Goose to New Theatre Oxford.
Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum (SOFO) is looking for people to bring their stories and objects relating to the Second World War to Their Finest Hour Collections Day at the museum.
The smash-hit theatre production of Annie is coming to New Theatre Oxford direct from London’s West End, and Miss Hannigan’s orphanage has a new head honcho.
Presenter and author Simon Reeve encourages audiences to live a wilder life in the To The Ends Of The Earth tour coming to the New Theatre Oxford in October
Wilderness festival announces more extraordinary talent for Season Twelve in 2023 – including Arlo Parks, Laurent Garnier, Honey Dijon, Franc Moody and Todd Terry – joining already announced headliners The Chemical Brothers, Christine and the Queens, and Fatboy Slim.