Events Around Oxford

Today to Thu 12 Dec, closest first.    

More details - Bruch Odysseus - Oxford Harmonic Choir
Bruch’s oratorio Odysseus is full of richly melodic and dramatic music. Written in 1872 and inspired by the composer’s veneration for Homer’s epic, it consists of a series of contrasting scenes taken from the Odyssey, including ‘Odysseus on Calypso’s Island’, ‘Odysseus in the Underworld’, ‘The Tempest at Sea’,...
Oxford Town Hall, St Aldgates, Oxford
Sat 30 Nov 19

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concert in Oxford Centre
Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee and catch up with friends before the performance.   Tickets: Adults £8 ~ £12, Children FREE E-tickets group/multibuy offers (£28.
St Michael at the North Gate Cornmarket Street Oxford
Today, Thu 12 Dec

More details - Christmas Light Festival
Join in Oxford’s Christmas Light Night celebrations with some FREE festive storytelling in our Story Café. Then, after you’ve enjoyed a story, why not warm yourself up with hot chocolate and tasty treats available from our café.
42 Pembroke Street Oxford
Fri 15 Nov 19

More details - Neill Cameron’s Comic Club Plus
Develop your comic-making skills and share ideas with like-minded enthusiasts. Awesome comic, artist Neill Cameron, will be on hand to offer helpful advice and tips. Adults are not required to accompany children to this workshop.
The Story Museum 42 Pembroke Street Oxford
Sat 7 Dec

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 10 Dec to Fri 13 Dec, Tue 17 Dec to Fri 20 Dec

More details - Slug & Lettuce swings its doors open
Launch event including a cocktail masterclass, free fizz for the first 100 guests and music from a live sax player and DJ. Oxford’s favourite high-street bar will unveil its new look this month, as Slug & Lettuce brings a fresh dose of glitz and glamour to the city.
Slug & Lettuce, 1 Oxford Castle, New Road Oxford
Fri 15 Nov 19

More details - Beauty and the Beast
An Oxford Playhouse Production  Beautiful beasts and where to find them...  Meet Beauty - smart as a whip, bold as brass, with a heart of pure gold. She’s the opposite of the Beast - gruff, rough and in need of a shave.
Oxford Playhouse Beaumont Street Oxford
Fri 29 Nov, Sat 30 Nov, Mon 2 Dec to Thu 5 Dec, Sat 7 Dec to Thu 12 Dec, Sat 14 Dec to Wed 18 Dec, Fri 20 Dec to Tue 24 Dec, Thu 26 Dec to Tue 31 Dec, Thu 2 Jan 2020 to Sun 5 Jan 2020, Tue 7 Jan 2020 to Thu 9 Jan 2020, Sat 11 Jan 2020, Sun 12 Jan 2020

More details - Concerto Adriatico
Instruments of Time and Truth, described on BBC Record Review as ’an absolutely superb band of instrumental soloists’, was founded in 2014 by musicians Gabriel Amherst and Judith Evans to provide a platform for international performers resident in and around Oxford, many of whom hold Principal positions
Holywell Music Room, Oxford
Sat 30 Nov 19

More details - New Oxford Consort: Veni, veni, Emmanuel
The New Oxford Consort gives its debut Oxford performance with a festive concert spanning eight centuries of musical output, in the wonderful acoustic of Merton College Chapel.
Merton College Chapel, Merton Street, Oxford
Thu 28 Nov 19

More details - Information Lecture:  Help and Healing on the Spiritual Path
A lecture about spiritual healing and help through the teaching of Bruno Groening - Medically Verifiable. Through the absorption of the divine power, many people are experiencing the healing of illnesses and pain, that have been declared as “incurable” by the medical profession.
Oxford Quaker Meeting House 43 St. Giles Street Oxford
Sat 30 Nov, Sat 14 Dec

More details - Holywell Music and Folk presents Kim Lowings and the Greenwood
With a fresh approach to traditional folksong, Kim Lowings and The Greenwood have firmly rooted themselves into the British folk scene. Their sound is “punchy and authentic” (Mike Harding) and cleverly combines original songs with familiar traditional tales highlighting the continued relevance of tradition today.
43 St Giles, Oxford
Sat 7 Dec 19

More details - Mountain Escapes - accounts of rescue from the brink of disaster
An evening of epic tales of mountain survival in Africa, Asia and South America with Oswald Oetz, Clive Rowland, Doug Scott CBE, Paul Braithwaite and Simon Yates.
Museum of Natural History, Parks Road, Oxford
Wed 20 Nov 19

More details - Frosty 5 Festive Family Fun Run
Santas on the Run is back with a new twist and a new name. Join 1,500 Santa’s in University Parks in Oxford, running or walking through four great new winter experiences - the Ice Zone, the Fog Zone, the Fire Zone and the Snow Zone.
Oxford University Parks, South Lodge, South Parks Road, Oxford
Sat 7 Dec 19

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 popular conductor Dick Little. All music is provided - please bring your recorders and a music stand.
West Oxford Community Centre, Botley Road, Oxford
Sat 16 Nov 19

More details - WOCA Christmas Market 2019
WOCA Christmas Market featuring a wide range of high quality handmade items from local artists and makers.
West Oxford Community Centre Botley Road
Sat 23 Nov 19 and Sun 24 Nov

More details - 2019 OBS Festive Family Concert
Festive family concert, organised by volunteers, to raise money for Oxfordshire Breastfeeding Support.
St Gregory the Great Catholic School, Oxford
Sat 30 Nov 19

More details - St Edward’s School: In Progress 3
In Progress 3 celebrates the fantastic work from St Edward’s pupils across all year groups. Although primarily a platform for the Lower Sixth to showcase work produced on the Teddies Foundation Course, the exhibition will also present work from Year 9, GCSE and Upper Sixth students.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Today to Tue 26 Nov

More details - Jane Duff: Wildsong
The natural world is Jane Duff’s inspiration. Brought up on the edge of Snowdonia, and working as a guide in the Himalayas, she feels at home in wild places and seeks them out in order to walk, photograph and paint.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Fri 29 Nov 19 to Tue 7 Jan 2020

More details - The Snow Queen
“When we get to the end of the story, you will know more than you do now…” This Christmas Creation Theatre will be turning down the temperature and transforming The North Wall into the frozen wastes of Lapland. Gerda’s best friend Kai has gone missing and she can’t find him anywhere.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Sat 30 Nov 19 to Mon 6 Jan 2020

More details - Cumnor Choral Society Concert
Cumnor Choral Society perform Bach’s Christmas Oratorio parts 1-3 together with Great Milton & Wheatley Singers, accompanied by the Hurst Sinfonia.
SS Peter& Paul, West Way, Botley
Sat 30 Nov 19

More details - Winter Lights | Sarah Wiseman Gallery at Christmas
Sarah Wiseman Gallery announces this year’s festive exhibition, “Winter Lights”, launching 16th November. Visitors can expect wintry landscapes and atmospheric skies, which has inspired new collections of work by some of the gallery’s leading lights.
40-41 South Parade, Summertown, Oxford
Sat 16 Nov 19 to Tue 31 Dec

More details - Bach to Baby Christmas Family Concert in Oxford Summertown
Magical music, festive frolics, sparkles and spices, oh my! Grab your friends, harness up your fastest reindeer and meet us at a Bach to Baby Christmas concert for the perfect prelude to the holiday season!
Lonsdale Road Summertown Oxford
Sat 30 Nov 19

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Charlotte's Web
As soon as it was published in 1952, the novel Charlotte’s Web by EB White became an instant children’s classic. The movie captures the magic of this wonderful story of friendship.
Vue Oxford, Ozone Leisure & Entertainment Park, Grenoble Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Mary Poppins Returns
This sequel to a much-loved classic sees the magical nanny return to the Banks household in the 1930s, where London has become a very different place. Michael and Jane are now all grown up, and Michael has three children of his own.
Vue Oxford, Ozone Leisure & Entertainment Park, Grenoble Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Captain Marvel
Set in the 1990s, former U.S. Air Force officer and fighter pilot Carol Danvers is involved in an accident which fuses her DNA with that of a powerful alien species, resulting in her becoming Captain Marvel, one of the mightiest heroes in the universe.
Vue Oxford, Ozone Leisure & Entertainment Park, Grenoble Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire
Fri 15 Nov 19

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