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Today to Sat 19 Oct, closest first.    

More details - Story Bites
Come and join us for a storytelling session in the Story Cafe with picture books, games, props and lots of joining in. Whether it’s a Giant Jam Sandwich, Handa’s Fruit Salad Surprise or even Tea with a tiger, we’re sure there’ll be something to whet your appetite!
The Story Museum, 42 Pembroke Street, Oxford
Tue 24 Sep to Fri 27 Sep, Tue 1 Oct to Fri 4 Oct, Tue 8 Oct to Fri 11 Oct, Tue 15 Oct to Fri 18 Oct, Tue 22 Oct to Fri 25 Oct, Tue 29 Oct to Fri 1 Nov

More details - Story Bites
Come and join us for a storytelling session in the Story Cafe, with picture books, games, props and lots of joining in. Whether it’s a Giant Jam Sandwich, Handa’s Fruit Salad Surprise or even tea with a tiger, we’re sure there’ll be something to whet your appetite!
The Story Museum 42 Pembroke Street Oxford
Tue 24 Sep to Fri 27 Sep, Tue 1 Oct to Fri 4 Oct, Tue 8 Oct to Fri 11 Oct, Tue 15 Oct to Fri 18 Oct, Tue 22 Oct to Fri 25 Oct, Tue 29 Oct to Fri 1 Nov, Tue 5 Nov to Fri 8 Nov

More details - Instruments of Time & Truth: Beethoven - Eroica
Join Instruments of Time and Truth for a journey into uncharted territory as Oxford’s own period orchestra performs two of Beethoven’s masterworks.
Sheldonian Theatre, Broad Street, Oxford
Fri 4 Oct 19

More details - Malory Towers
The windows shone. A green creeper climbed almost to the roof. It looked like an old-time castle. My school! thought Darrell, and a little warm feeling came into her heart. How lucky I am to be going to Malory Towers!
Oxford Playhouse Beaumont Street Oxford
Tue 1 Oct 19 to Sat 5 Oct

More details - Holywell Music and Folk presents Sam Kelly & Jamie Francis
Having already recorded and produced over 10 acclaimed records, had multiple live sessions and airplay on BBC Radio 2 and 3, and his music regularly featured on Sky Arts and Sky Sports, it’s hard to believe that young Bristol-based folk singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Sam Kelly has only been performing live
Quaker Meeting House, 43 St Giles, Oxford
Sat 28 Sep 19

More details - Holywell Music and Folk presents Pons Aelius/Gnoss
Since winning a prestigious Celtic Connections Danny Kyle Award in their early days, Pons Aelius have worked tirelessly hone their distinctive sound on stages both at home and abroad, quickly earning themselves a reputation as one of the most exciting new names on the circuit.
Quaker Meeting House, 43 St Giles, Oxford
Sat 19 Oct 19

More details - Free vintage bus rides
Heritage Open Day: Free rides on vintage Oxford buses will be provided on a circular route starting at Oxford Station. The first departure will be at 1015. The full timetable will be posted on the Oxford Bus Museum website.
Oxford Rail Station, Oxford
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Oxford Society of Recorder Players meeting
All recorder players are welcome to join us for an afternoon playing a variety of music ancient and modern with visiting conductor Debbie NIcholas All music is provided - please bring your recorders and a music stand.
West Oxford Community Centre, Botley Road, Oxford
Today

More details - Walk for Parkinson's Oxford
Join us for our ninth sponsored Walk for Parkinson’s - Oxford. Experience the Radcliffe Camera in its full glory, marvel in the wonderful architecture of the Bodleian Library and the Sheldonian Theatre, spot hidden Colleges, walk under the famous Bridge of Sighs and stroll across the peaceful Oxford University...
Cherwell School, Marston Ferry Road, Oxford
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - Culture Crawl Oxford
Walk to remember, walk for your loved ones and walk with friends. Experience a year’s worth of culture in one night and help people with cancer. Along the route you’ll experience interesting buildings, live entertainment, food and a taster of the life-changing support we provide in our Centres.
Cherwell School North Site, Marston Ferry Road, Oxford
Fri 27 Sep 19

More details - Hackney Colliery Band
Since the release of Hackney Colliery Band’s eponymous debut album in 2011, the East London collective have blown their way into the public consciousness with their genre-bending combination of brass, reeds, percussion and electronics, firmly establishing themselves as one of the most exciting live bands in the
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Today

More details - John Newberry: Neq Colour Compositions
Thirty years after leaving his teaching post at the Ruskin School, John Newberry returns to Oxford with an exhibition of figurative oil paintings.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Mon 23 Sep 19 to Sat 5 Oct

More details - Inspiring People: Lucy Obolensky
Adventure medic Lucy Obolensky shares her experiences in working with the media, and explores situations where media pressures may influence the doctor-patient relationship; alongside some of the ethical dilemmas which arise when providing healthcare in remote and austere environments.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Mon 23 Sep 19

More details - Trying It On
It’s 1968, the height of the world-wide student revolt. David is 20. The Vietnam war rages. Martin Luther King is assassinated. These events will define David’s politics, his writing, and his life. 50 years on, in his professional performing debut, David is confronted by his 20-year-old self.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Tue 24 Sep 19 and Wed 25 Sep

More details - The Deep Sea Seekers
After stunning audiences in Oxford with The Star Seekers, Alph, Betty and Gammo are back for their second adventure! Have you ever dreamt of swimming with a pod of dolphins? Having an arm wrestle with an octopus? Exploring the depths of the ocean in a submarine?
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Sat 28 Sep 19

More details - Urban Folk Quartet
Joe Broughton, Paloma Trigás, Tom Chapman and Dan Walsh are Urban Folk Quartet. Since 2009, the award-winning UFQ have ignited audiences across the globe with their high-energy, genre-defying take on folk music.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Thu 3 Oct 19

More details - Still No Idea
Lisa and Rachael want to make a show, but there’s a problem: they don’t have any ideas. So who do they turn to? The Great British Public of course! They make a pact. They’ll go onto the streets, interview people, and whatever story the public come up with – that will be the show.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Fri 4 Oct 19 and Sat 5 Oct

More details - Square Go
Max is a normal-ish kid in a normal-ish town. He spends his days daydreaming and hanging out with his weird wee pal Stevie Nimmo. But when Max is called for a ‘square go’, a fight by the school gates, he must wrestle with his own demons first.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Tue 8 Oct 19

More details - The Society of Wood Engravers: Coast and Country
The Society of Wood Engravers returns to The North Wall with Coast and Country, a themed selection of amazing relief prints.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Tue 8 Oct 19 to Sat 26 Oct

More details - Harry and Chris
Harry and Chris (Guardian Pick of the Fringe 2018) are at the top of their field, having invented the field of comedy-rap-jazz. They’ve sold out three Edinburgh shows, appeared on the Russell Howard Hour and were called ‘fabulously entertaining’ by Jonathan Ross.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Thu 10 Oct 19

More details - Inspiring People: Caleb Femi
Poet and director Caleb Femi featured in the Dazed 100 list of the next generation shaping youth culture. Using film, photography and music Caleb pushes the boundaries of poetry both on the page, in performance and on digital mediums.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Mon 14 Oct 19

More details - Trade
Welcome to the Caribbean. Where the sun is hot and the living is uneasy. Meet three women. An unlikely trio. Different ages, backgrounds and attitudes. Each has a unique relationship with the island. A home. A regular holiday haunt. A first time visit.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Tue 15 Oct 19 and Wed 16 Oct

More details - From Where I Stand | Sarah Spackman
Oxford-based artist Sarah Spackman returns with a solo exhibition at Sarah Wiseman Gallery this September. Painterly logic and order, along with Sarah’s studied approach to her work, form the core themes of her new exhibition ‘From Where I Stand’.
40-41 South Parade, Summertown, Oxford
Today to Sat 28 Sep

More details - Rustlings - Autumn Days by Catherine Rayner
Sarah Wiseman Gallery is delighted to announce Rustlings - Autumn Days by Catherine Raynera solo exhibition by the award-winning children’s author and illustrator.
40-41 South Parade
Sat 12 Oct 19 to Sat 2 Nov

More details - White Horse Hill - White Horse Hill Evening Sky Tours 2019
Enjoy a tour of the night sky on White Horse Hill and take in its wonders from this perfect stargazing location. Learn about the constellations, bright stars, planets and the deeper cosmos. The mythology and stories of the stars, and their relationship with the ancient people that lived and worked there.
White Horse Hill, Uffington, Oxfordshire
Wed 25 Sep 19

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