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Located in Headington Quarry 'Aziz' is perfectly located. With our restaurant we have created and ambiance that will make you feel relaxed and welcomed and with our award winning team from the front of house staff to our award winning chefs who will offer you a great dinning experience.
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Everyone’s favourite forgetful fish is back in action, and this time, she has her own film. Set just six months after the events of the first film, Finding Dory centres on the forgetful blue fish’s search for her family, after she recalls several childhood memories in a dream. Accompanied by Nemo and his father, Marlin, their journey takes them all the way to Monterey, California, where she encounters several sea life creatures who are able to help her. Click
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Times critic Donald Hutera cherrypicks four enticingly varied evenings of multi-generational talent from the UK and abroad. Mainly but not exclusively the work of a group of fascinating and independent female artists, Women GOlive will be suprising and engaging – and men are welcome too! Click
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Feast in the Street Food Avenue; learn to bake in the Cake and Bake Theatre; enjoy afternoon tea in the Vintage Tea Tent; taste wine, champagne and craft beer in the Drinks Theatre; buy from local producers in the Artisan Market; kids enjoy the Childrens Cookery Theatre; live music on the Unsigned Music Awards Stage and much more. Click Here for Details
New works by Clare Bonnet, Charlotte Cornish, Peter Kettle and Fletcher Prentice. We are pleased to announce an exciting Summer Exhibition focusing on painting with new works by a group of Gallery artists. Emerging talent Clare Bonnet's work was a huge success in our Jamaica Street Artists exhibition earlier this year and this time we will show two recent, large-scale oil paintings of semi-abstract female forms. Charlotte Cornish is back in the gallery with her distinctive abstract paintings in strong, vibrant colours. Click
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Branca offers Oxford a contemporary Italian bar and restaurant. Our 110 seat restaurant will provide you with an honest and straightforward Italian menu. Our aim is to source quality ingredients and keep it simple. We tend to be a lively venue, casual in feel but with generous, warm service
Jee Saheb With our restaurant we have created an ambience that will make you feel relaxed and welcomed. Our key aim is to use fresh produce and source it from local suppliers where possible. We offer no fuss, just classic Asian cuisine. You can enjoy our food in a main dining room, with a party of friends in our function room with a capacity of 28, or if the weather permits in our garden.