The Soloists of the City of Oxford Orchestra present a marvellous evening of the best of Baroque. Director Roland Roberts and Cellist Peter Adams will have your toes tapping in Vivaldi's Concerto for Violin and Cello and Tim Watts will steal your hearts with both his solo performance of Handel's Oboe Concerto and duo with Peter in Zipoli's soulful Elevazione. Roland salutes Autumn, courtesy of Vivaldi, and by popular demand, Pachelbel’s Canon will also feature!...
Professor John Womersley,a graduate of Cambridge and Oxford and Chief Executive Officer of the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) will talk about the work of STFC and how it ties in with his other love–railways and locomotives. Come to hear him speak at this special Café Scientifique event in association with Didcot First, Cornerstone and STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory...
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April, 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European Theatre, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and out-gunned, and with a rookie soldier thrust into their platoon, Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds in their heroic attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany... Click
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Norman Quixote has lost himself in books. In his twilight years and increasingly ignored in a rushing world, he retreats into tales of knight errantry and damsels in distress. Following the success of their debut show The Government Inspector, Flintlock Theatre bring their signature high-energy physical storytelling to their re-imagining of this classic tale... Click
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The Jungle Book
Mowgli's wild adventures in the dangerous world he inhabits are brought to life with inventive shadow theatre, powerful original music and colourful digital projections. Indigo Moon Theatre brings you a story inspired by the poetry & spirit of Rudyard Kipling's original books... Click Here for Details
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‘Restwert’ brings together work from two contemporary German photographers, Dietmar Eckell and Matthias Heiderich. The exhibition includes a selection of pieces from Eckell’s long-running project ‘Restwert’ which examines the residue of human occupation in and inscription onto the landscape. Eckell’s forlorn aircraft and abandoned monuments present the diminishing traces of social and historical events, of political experiences and of innumerable personal narratives; his landscapes evoke the relentless passage of time and seem proof of the inevitable advance of social entropy.... Click
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The Anchor is a pub and dining room in the heart of Oxford's Jericho serving simple, honest food. We have daily changing seasonal specials, Wadworth beers and a great wine selection...
Turl Street Kitchen Open early till late and open to all, the Turl Street Kitchen offers relaxed eating and drinking with a focus on great local produce and independent drinks makers. Our ethically sourced offering changes not just with the seasons, but each and every day, with enough options to make a choice and few enough to keep down waste. Huge reclaimed tables and comfy sofas match a menu designed for sharing...