The best art, music, theatre, film and cultural happenings in Oxfordshire.
The 2022 shortlist champions organisations exemplifying creativity and resilience and focuses particularly on those engaging the next generation of audiences in innovative ways.
Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot is celebrating Oxfordshire Artweeks 40th anniversary by hosting an exciting exhibition by two local artists.
The exhibition explores the experience of children of serving military personnel and also children who have been affected by conflict, historically and contemporarily.
Artist Savinder Bual has created a film installation which will go on show at Didcot Railway Centre before being streamed online.
The estimate from Oxford City Council used drone footage to work out how many people attended the traditional celebration of the coming of Spring.
The City Council is working with partners to prepare the city for thousands of people to attend May Morning 2022 for the first time in-person since 2019.
The exhibition is presented in partnership with Oxford-based The Phoenix and Rebellion, two of England’s biggest comic book publishers, and Beano by Scotland’s biggest comic book publisher DC Thompson.
Residents between Chipping Norton, Carterton, Faringdon, Didcot and Oxford will be able to cheer on the elit riders when this year’s cycling race comes to Oxfordshire on Saturday, 11 June.
Cowley Road Works, the charity behind the event, says it’s ‘beginning a period of change’ and has decided to take a break from delivering a Carnival in 2022.
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.