What’s on this February in Oxford and across Oxfordshire
Hello and welcome to your invaluable guide to the best events, workshops, exhibitions, things to do and what’s on throughout February 2022 in Oxford and across Oxfordshire.
It’s a new year, and February has rolled around once again. Sometimes, the shortest month of the year can feel like a waiting game: the final slug of darkness and freezing temperatures until Spring officially starts in March, and when leaving a self-imposed Netflix hibernation finally seems feasible again.
But February’s actually not too shabby. It’s got the Chinese New Year, romance and Spring half term. It’s also got a range of fantastic events right here on our doorstep – from exhibitions to musicals, shows and attractions. Even the Russian State Ballet of Siberia will be in town to delight audiences with not one, not two, but three ballet performances.
Of course, this is a curated list of the top things to do in Oxford and across Oxfordshire this February. Be sure to visit the What’s on section of the website where you’ll find a full list of events in Oxford and across Oxfordshire as well as unmissable events beyond the county that would make for a great day out.
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Britain’s Got Talent finalist and star of the critically acclaimed BBC Radio 4 show Citizen Of Nowhere, Daliso Chaponda is a brilliant, bold and provocative master of satire, finally back out of the house and on a stage with a new show of the slickest, sharpest looks at life.
What happens when pure comedy takes human form? What happens when a creature is created and bred to do stand up? Nobody knows because that isn’t a thing.
What is a thing is Ross Noble doing a show. You can come and see it. This is it.
Discover more: Comedy & spoken word events in Oxfordshire
Based on a traditional folk-tale, set in the snow-covered landscape of the Russian countryside, this seasonal sparkler by Russian State Ballet of Siberia follows the Snow Maiden as she dances into the human world.
Russian State Ballet of Siberia will also be presenting Romeo and Juliet – Shakespeare’s tale of primal passion and timeless tragedy on 11 February, and Swan Lake – the greatest romantic ballet of all time on 12 February.
Discover more: Classical music, opera & ballet events in Oxfordshire
Here’s What She Said to Me combines drama with music, poetry and movement to tell a moving story of daughters and mothers in the world of migrations and shifting identities, braving life with an undying hope, optimism and resilience.
Discover more: Plays & theatre in Oxfordshire
The Osmonds – A new musical tells the official story from Jay Osmond about the five brothers from Utah who were pushed into the spotlight as children and went on to create smash hits decade after decade. You Loved Them For A Reason.
Discover more: Musicals & dance events in Oxfordshire