Discover the palace of Knossos on the island of Crete, and the search for the labyrinth, in this major exhibition at the Ashmolean.
In this major new exhibition, Carey Young focuses her astute vision on female identity with works depicting women working in law and industry.
This free exhibition presents artworks and ‘dafatir’ from Dia al-Azzawi – an internationally recognised and highly-influential contemporary Iraqi painter and sculptor.
In the building where Haydn received his Oxford doctorate, the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra is joined by soloists and the Choir of Merton College for Haydn’s most inspired ‘creation’.
Since 2012 Chipping Norton has held its Literary Festival each April, celebrating writing and reading in attractive venues at the heart of this charming Cotswold town.
Between them, Aaron Copland and Samuel Barber defined the orchestral sound of America in the first half of the 20th century. But plenty of gems of American music remain undiscovered.
The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra is joined by Oxfordshire choirs and front-rank soloists for this Passiontide performance under The Queen’s College’s Owen Rees.
The annual Tumblestone Hollow Easter Trail will run every day from 01 to 16 April. Follow the trail, exploring and playing as you go along.