Join O3 Gallery this Christmas as we celebrate the beauty of the British landscape through an exhibition of work by various artists. Snow-covered fields outlined by dark copses and hedgerows are highlighted by modest farm buildings and houses emanating warmth. Wild moorlands are realised on paper – embracing nature at its most dramatic...
Cutlasses and cannon fire on the high seas. Jim and Long John Silver are on the trail of pirate treasure. Leading a crew of the scurviest sea dogs you ever saw and following a battered old map they’ll find more than they bargained for over the horizon.
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Steve Jobs takes us behind the scenes of the digital revolution, to paint a portrait of the man at its epicenter. The story unfolds backstage at three iconic product launches, ending in 1998 with the unveiling of the iMac.. Click
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Born seconds apart, Darren and Sinead, aka Pig and Runt, live in a fantasy world of their own in Cork City. Trash TV, Disco beats and cheap booze have fuelled this obsessive friendship. But as they go for their 17th birthday binge, reality violently collides with their fantasy and their world begins to crumble. Click
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Christmas Light Festival
The Light Festival brings Oxford's communities together with an exciting cultural programme of art, music, dance and performance most of which are free! Many of the city's best loved venues including its museums, galleries and theatres welcome you to start the festive season with unique late night viewings, exhibitions and inspiring events. The highlight of the Festival is the Lantern Procession through the city on Friday evening ending with a spectacular finale in Broad Street. Click Here for Details
Susan Wheeler and Diana Ashdown: Inked!
Through the work of Susan Wheeler and Diana Ashdown we celebrate the linocut print and its innovative possibilities. The exhibition will present the linocut in its simple form as well as presenting much more complex work, showing off the endless possibilities available in this multifaceted medium. Viewers will also be given an insight into the processes, techniques and materials behind print making. Click
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Jim & Claire Alexander are the latest in a long line of custodians to take on this wonderful public house, which dates all the way back to 1637.
As the new owners, Jim and Claire have undertaken to restore the ‘Castle’ to its former glory and look forward to to reinstating the pub into the heart of the village. In addition, they’ve brought in award winning chef Andrew Lipp to run the all-new kitchens and have already scheduled a rousing program of live events: including music, comedy and quizzes.
Pierre Victoire Enjoy our authentically cooked, traditional dishes in an informal environment
at reasonable prices, the way the French do… Rustic and Informal with lots of
candles, providing Great value with Great service!