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Today to Thu 26 Mar, closest first.

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Soloists Camilla Harris – soprano Kate Lowe – mezzo Magnus Walker – tenor Daniel D’Souza – bass Two lively and fast-moving choral works, both popular pieces of the repertoire, are featured in
Oxford Town Hall St Aldate’s, Oxford
Sat 21 Mar

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OPMS Miserere concert: Allegri, MacMillan+ With seasonal music by Tallis, Lotti, Purcell, Vaughan Williams and others A concert of beautiful music for the Lenten season, featuring two settings of the Miserere: Allegri’s iconic setting is
Exeter College Chapel Turl Street, Oxford
Sat 29 Feb
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What is sound? How does it work? Where does it come from and how can we play with it? Local sound artists Harriet Butler and Shirley Pegna from the Sonic Art Research Unit at Oxford Brookes...
Modern Art Oxford 30 Pembroke Street Oxford
Sat 29 Feb

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Creation are returning to Blackwell’s Bookshop, bringing Bleak House to life in Oxford’s iconic venue.
Blackwell’s Bookshop Broad Street Oxford
Today to Sat 7 Mar

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2020 marks the 20th anniversary of The Sixteen’s annual Choral Pilgrimage tour. Since 2000 the choir have travelled the length and breadth of the UK, discovering some of the country’s most beautiful...
Christ Church Cathedral, St Aldate’s, Oxford
Sat 21 Mar

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Originally from North Wales and Yorkshire, The Trials of Cato formed whilst living in Beirut, and spent a year boiling down the roots of their sound into a hybrid of traditional influences that
Holywell Meeting Rooms, Holywell St, Oxford
Sat 14 Mar

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The Sixteen’s Choral Workshops take place under the guidance of expert workshop leaders including their associate conductor and bass Eamonn Dougan and singer and practical scholar Sally Dunkley.
Magdalene College, Oxford
Sat 21 Mar

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Creative Dementia Arts Network (CDAN) aims to improve the health and wellbeing of people with dementia by providing specialist knowledge and resources for arts practitioners, professionals and staff
St Hugh’s College, Oxford
Tue 10 Mar

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How can work and caring be combined in contemporary UK society? Professor Tina Miller will explore the gender challenges and opportunities.
John Henry Brookes Lecture Theatre, JHB Building, Oxford Brookes University
Wed 4 Mar

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Dr Mustafa Alachkar is the founder of Celebrating Syria: a festival of arts and culture. This event enables Syrians in the UK to celebrate their culture and also to share it with their British...
John Henry Brookes Lecture Theatre, JHB Building, Oxford Brookes University
Wed 18 Mar

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This talk by historian Dr Tosh Warwick tells the story of the unlikely international bond between Middlesbrough and North Korea that emerged during the 1966 World Cup and continues into the 21st
John Henry Brookes Lecture Theatre, JHB Building, Oxford Brookes University
Wed 25 Mar

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Colin Jones (b.1936) is one of Britain’s most significant photojournalists but he began his creative career dancing with The Royal Ballet.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Today to Sat 7 Mar

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Suzi Ruffell has made a name for herself by turning tragedy and anxiety into big laughs. This year she is actually happy.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Fri 6 Mar

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A feel-good family show mixing Kathak, hip hop, contemporary and street dance, with live music and physical storytelling, to create a playful and colourful world exploring curiosities and fears, the
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Sat 7 Mar

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Four words. Four students. Four motives. In this exhibition, which the U6th IB Leavers have curated, a variety of themes and media are explored.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Wed 11 Mar to Fri 20 Mar

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Dispatches on the Red Dress is an intimate and courageous new show by twice BBC Radio 2 Folk Award-winning songwriter Rowan Rheingans.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Fri 13 Mar

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Jess Thom has Tourettes, a condition that means she makes movements and noises she can’t control, called tics.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Wed 18 Mar to Sat 21 Mar

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This is a special year for the Society of Wood Engravers as they celebrate their Centenary. It was founded in 1920 by artists including Eric Gill, Gwen Raverat, Robert Gibbings, Philip Hagreen and...
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Wed 25 Mar to Sat 18 Apr

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Sarah Wiseman Gallery is delighted to announce Twilight by Ade Adesina. In this thought-provoking show of large-scale prints, Ade will exhibit recent prints which will include works from...
40-41 South Parade, Summertown, Oxford
Sat 7 Mar to Sat 28 Mar

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*FULLY BOOKED Enjoy a tour of the night sky on White Horse Hill and take in its wonders from this perfect stargazing location.
White Horse Hill, Uffington, Oxfordshire
Wed 25 Mar

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Come and browse the many tables offering a wide variety of interesting bargains. Or sit with coffee and cake watching the world go by.
St John Hall Church, Broadway, Kidlington
Sat 14 Mar

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Sale of all sorts of arts and craft supplies and equipment including card making, knitting, sewing, and much more.
Kidlington Methodist Church, Oxford Road, Kidlington
Sat 7 Mar

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Antiques Market with interesting stalls, 12noon to 5.30pm. Mallams of Oxford will be offering valuations from 3.30pm (£1 per item, minimum £5). Refreshments available.
St Mary’s Church, Church Street, Kidlington
Thu 19 Mar

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1920s Speakeasy dance An evening of fabulous live music, cocktails, flapper dresses, hors d’oeuvres and much more! All profits going to the childrens playground, the village hall and the church.
Northmoor Village Hall, Northmoor, Witney
Sat 21 Mar

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It is 1587. Europe reels from the religious wars started by the upsurge of Protestantism. Mary Stuart of Scotland lies imprisoned by her cousin, Elizabeth Tudor of England.
Unicorn Theatre, Thames Street, Abingdon
Wed 18 Mar to Sat 21 Mar

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