There is always something to do in Oxford. Whether it be popping down to the river for a punt, indulging in outside music festivals or enjoying the up-and-coming productions at the Playhouse. Here’s a little selection of what we’re looking forward to in the coming months.
The Edwardian building has been hosting live music on Cowley Rd for decades, but prior to being a music venue, it was a Co-operative party hall. It was originally known as The Venue and then the much-respected Zodiac, both of which paved the way for O2 Academy Oxford.
Walking Tours are a great way to see the city, and there is so much to see. Specialist tours include the 'Making of Harry Potter Tour' and 'Morse, Lewis and Endeavour Tour'.
Take the ultimate nostalgia trip at this family festival with the music, films, gadgets, cars & legends from your childhood, all in aid of UK Children's Charities
When: 13 - 15 August 2021
Where: Bicester Heritage
A Mock The Week regular, Ed Byrne presents his brand-new masterclass in observational comedy.
When: 9 September 2021
Where: The North Wall, Arts Centre
After recently announcing the release of his new album, Taller, critically acclaimed musician and songwriter Jamie Cullum today announces he will be taking to the stage for a 2021 tour
When: 29 September 2021
Where: New Theatre Oxford