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Mon 26 Jul 2021

TAILORED TREATS FOR A JUBILANT JULY

from The Oxford Concierge

We’re all over bespoke this month; events and happenings designed just for you.  Get ready for some serious self-indulgence (well-deserved)

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Wed 19 May 2021

Oxfordshire Artweeks 2021

Portraiture, Pets and People

On day nineteen of the Oxfordshire Artweeks May festival see portraits, pets and people in art, craft and design.

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Thu 22 Jul 2021

The Comedy of Errors is at Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Garden Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon Until 26 September 2021.

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Wed 21 Jul 2021

Playwright Marie Jones has shared her thoughts on the 25th Anniversary of her Olivier award-winning tragicomedy Stones in His Pockets and details on the play’s upcoming revival, directed by her son Matthew McElhinney, which will debut at the Barn Theatre in Cirencester next week.

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Wed 14 Jul 2021

Pegasus Theatre is back on stage this Autumn! They have just launched a fantastic season of theatre with everything from beatbox bonanzas to time-travelling magicians.

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Wed 14 Jul 2021

THE BARN THEATRE’S RETURNING SUMMER FESTIVAL WILL RUN FROM 10 – 29 AUGUST 2021

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Wed 14 Jul 2021

The Lygon Arms

Broadway Unplugged

Where better to discover the latest talent from Broadway than at The Lygon Arms? Each afternoon we will feature a different local busker for your ears and senses to sample.

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Wed 14 Jul 2021

Tray Chic

Charlie and Milly Hibbert

The Tray Chic series of recipes and movie recommendations comes to us from the brother and sister team, Charlie & Milly Hibbert, at the helm of Cotswolds’ gem, Thyme. 

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Wed 14 Jul 2021

Staycation Special: Discover Oxford

Tony Morris shares his ‘Morris Oxford Mini-History of Oxford’

In the 1990s writer and publisher Tony Morris ran the world’s largest History list at Oxford University Press. A decade ago, after setting up a book business in London, he moved back to Oxford only to be struck anew by its richness and fascination – and the unique place it holds in Britain’s history: