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.
Oxford Playhouse and its Burton Taylor Studio present and produce a wide range of live performance. The programme includes the best of British and international drama, family shows, contemporary dance and music, student and amateur shows, comedy, lectures and poetry.
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', 'Morse, Lewis and Endeavour Tour' and Ghost Tours.
Classic Car Show
The Classic Car Drive In Weekend features a homage to some of the most iconic and classic car movies at the very first Drive In dedicated to cars!
When: 18-20 September 2020
Where: Bicester Heritage
Join Alan on his 'Not Again Alan' tour as he muses upon the things that make his life weird and wonderful.
When: 22 November 2020
Where: New Theatre, Oxford
What: Mock The Week regular and star of his own BBC Radio 4 series, Rhys James heads out on his first national tour.
When: 27 March 2020, 8pm
Where: The North Wall, Arts Centre
What: The Boat Race is one of the major British sporting events of the year. 2020 will see the 166th Men’s Boat Race and the 75th Women’s Boat Race and will be the fifth time that the male and female crews will compete on the same day over the same course.
When: 3rd April 2021
Where: Banks of the River Thames - London, or any good bar around Oxford City