Get locked in with your loved one this Valentine’s Day as Oxford Castle Unlocked offers couples an evening to remember!
February Half-Term Activities: Eat or be Eaten at Pitt Rivers Museum
Another Sunday night shift. The smell of bread baking. The industrial thump, thump, thump of the machines that never stop. The ovens are cranked up to full blast, the factory is humming, and everyone wants to be somewhere else.
The Moon is thought to have formed in the final stages of Earth’s formation, from the debris associated with a major collision between the proto-Earth and another Mars-sized planet sometimes called Theia. Although this “Giant Impact” model is widely accepted, increasingly there are aspects of the Moon’s composition that appear inconsistent. New evidence also casts doubt to the theory that Earth’s water and other volatile elements were added after the Moon’s fiery start. Join us to hear Prof Alex Halliday from the Dept of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford discuss the potential origins of the Moon and why we don’t have a self-consistent model to explain its origins.
Oxford and the Great War - a talk by Malcolm Graham
Playing together for the very first time, the much anticipated collaboration between two of contemporary folk’s finest artists - Ryley Walker and Danny Thompson.
Our Oxford Wine Tasting Experience Days are a great way to learn about wine...Enthusiastic & knowledgeable tutor, 15 Quality wines, 3 course food & wine matching lunch at the fantastic Old Bank Hotel
Winner of both the Olivier Award and Critics Circle Award for Best New Play 2015, Mike Bartlett’s outstanding drama King Charles III is one of the must-see plays of the year.
Bringing the best selected artworks to Oxford by top emerging artists from around the world for everyone to enjoy.
Pitt Stop: Explorers and adventurers at Pitt Rivers Museum