The best art, music, theatre, film and cultural happenings in Oxfordshire.
Visitors to the UNESCO World Heritage Site this summer will be treated to a kaleidoscope of colourful wildflowers, with over 70 native species on display.
Darren Hayes, the multi-award-winning songwriter, iconic performer and one-half of the globally revered Savage Garden, has announced a major UK tour for 2023, his first in over a decade!
This summer, Beatrix Potter invites you to join her on an adventure to find her mischievous friend Peter Rabbit as she leads guests through never-before-seen spots in the Palace’s walled garden.
The festival aims to build community and connection and is one of the UK’s most sustainable festivals, with plans to become Europe’s first B Corp festival next year.
The Amphitheatre, situated between Stow-on-the-Wold and Adlestrop, will be home to an exciting new performing arts season from 14 June to 04 September.
Residents across the county will be able to cheer on elite riders as the Women’s Tour cycling race comes to Oxfordshire on Saturday.
Race for Life Oxford will take place on 03 July 2022, and there will be road closures and parking restrictions in the North Oxford area to facilitate the holding of the event.
There will be rolling road closures from 11.00am from the race start area in Chipping Norton, controlled by police and route marshals, which will continue along the route to Oxford at 3.00pm.
The Oscar Nemon Studio Museum and Archive on Oxford’s Boars Hill is open this Saturday with two special displays for 2022.
The new country fair at Great Tew Estate in August will bring together forward-thinking independent artisans, cherished fashion and lifestyle brands, and quintessential family entertainment.
Welcome to your invaluable guide to the LGBTQIA+ nightlife venues – bars, nightclubs and such – in Oxford.