The county’s military history museum is collaborating with Oxford-based Rebellion Publishing on a new exhibition that will offer visitors a chance to explore the history of British war comics.
Gees Restaurant & Bar has announced the return of their highly anticipated Express Lunch Menu offering a lighter dining option for those looking for a quick lunch break, casual midday indulgences, and energising business meals.
Wilding, an Oxford-based neighbourhood restaurant, wine bar and shop, has announced the arrival of its two new head chefs, Michael Carr and Ben Wood, each bringing many years of Michelin-star cooking experience to the pass.
This gloriously lavish production is brought to the stage by an internationally renowned creative team and will feature a world-class company of talented performers and a full-scale orchestra.
Enriching lives through horses, Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) benefits the lives of over 17,000 disabled children and adults across the UK with activities, including riding and carriage driving.
The Relais Henley, a stylish riverside retreat in Henley-on-Thames, is bringing a series of late summer events to the town, including jazz evenings, comedy nights with Honk! and unique evenings of vodka and wine tastings.
The Bell at Charlbury will reopen this September and join the newly formed Daylesford Stays – a collection of beautifully restored venues comprising The Wild Rabbit, The Fox and The Cottages
Loose Women is hitting the road for the very first time this autumn with Loose Women Live – and 80s pop legend Martin Kemp is set to join them as a special guest at Oxford New Theatre.
A new cocktail bar and wine shop venture is set to open at the Graven Hill development in Bicester on 19 August 2023, providing a family-friendly place to meet and enjoy a glass of wine, cocktails or soft drinks.
Fever is bringing its Candlelight Concert Series to Oxford, kicking off with concerts in Tribute to Queen, Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, Hans Zimmer’s Best Works and more.