Hybrid Rituals & Symbols in Contemporary Culture - Shifting Sands at Modern Art Oxford,
Alice’s Day 2015 returns for a day of tea-parties, croquet, storytelling, workshops and much more in venues all across Oxford – and most events are free!
Alice’s Day at The Story Museum a yearly celebration of Alice In Wonderland.
With a career spanning 67 years, Oxford-based artist Desmond Morris will showcase a series of his paintings and drawings at the O3 Gallery in Oxford Castle throughout July 2015
The Oxford 100 / 50 ride offers the opportunity to raise sponsorship for the Prostate Cancer Research Centre.
Held every Sunday all year round 7.30am - 2.30pm
Oxford Uncovered Family Trail - a family event - Trail costs 50p and can be bought from the Museum Gift Shop.
2015 marks 250 years since General John Guise bequeathed his collection of over 200 paintings and almost 2000 drawings to Christ Church.
Enjoy an all-day brunch in the cafe with Stories on Toast. Pick a topping for your toast and chose one of their stories to take into a cosy corner of our cafe to read.
The Best Day Out of the Year - and Oxfordshire's biggest free community festival. The Cowley Road bursts into life with hundreds of performers and musicians. Something for everyone. The parade starts from the Plain at 1.30 pm.