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)
Portraiture, Pets and People
On day nineteen of the Oxfordshire Artweeks May festival see portraits, pets and people in art, craft and design.
The Comedy of Errors is at Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Garden Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon Until 26 September 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.
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.
THE BARN THEATRE’S RETURNING SUMMER FESTIVAL WILL RUN FROM 10 – 29 AUGUST 2021
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.
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.
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: