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An extraordinary new aerial drama, by acclaimed playwright Tanika Gupta MBE comes to Pegasus in Oxford. Mind Walking explores what happens to a family when the mind of Bobby, an elderly Indian man starts to unravel
Light Up A Life
Light Up A Life
Helen & Douglas House remembers and celebrates life with an evening of beautiful music including operatic performances and the Oxford Gospel Choir.
Russ Hewer runs Tailored Tours where he particularly enjoys helping overseas visitors to Oxford enjoy the area with his personalised trips. This article was written by Russ, with autumn particularly in mind.
The Unicorn School is a unique, co-educational day school for dyslexic, dyspraxic and dyscalculic children aged from 6 to 13 years, serving the 4 counties of Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Gloucestershire.
Resident artists at Oxford’s Pegasus theatre are presenting an unusual review of the past year since re-opening the new building in September 2010. An exhibition of still and moving images will be displayed from Tuesday 6 to Sunday 11 September 2011.
All day on Saturday 23 July, everyone who buys a book from Blackwell’s Bookshop on Broad Street (main shop) will win an instant prize.
Summer has officially arrived and there is no better place to enjoy unforgettable days out with friends and family over the summer months than Blenheim Palace.
Unicorn School has exceeded its £2,500 target when 54 pupils walked 3 miles in the school's latest fundraising initiative.
Playhouse Plays Out moves to Oxford’s very own Truck Festival from Friday 22 to Sunday 24 July. This year, the Truck Theatre Tent will be taken over by many shows, workshops and something for everyone.
On Thursday 18 August Creation Theatre Company will hold a benefit performance of Antony & Cleopatra at Saïd Business School to support the Sobell House Hospice Charity.
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