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OX Loves Culture, offers our pick of the finest products, events and services. From Art, Theatres and Musicals to concerts, exhibitions, days out, comedy, festivals, Books, Literature, Music, Bands, Live Acts and Performances.

Roald Dahl Museum

The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre is a museum in the village of Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire, England.

Wake up to Woodstock

Discover the beauty and charm of Woodstock, Oxfordshire with ease thanks to Wake up to Woodstock's new website.

Abingdon County Hall Museum

The Museum’s permanent collection takes you on a journey through the history of England’s oldest continually inhabited town.

British Motor Museum

The British Motor Museum Home to the world's largest collection of historic British cars and a great day out - celebrating the past, present and future of British motoring. There are 2 buildings and over 300 British classic cars to explore.

Corn Exchange Newbury

Corn Exchange Newbury are a flagship arts centre for the South East, punching above our weight artistically and so much more than just a theatre.

Creation Theatre

Creation Theatre put-on award-winning adaptations of classic stories in a range of locations across Oxford.  They run fun theatre & creativity holiday workshops for children.  In addition, they are specialists in digital theatre

Didcot Railway Centre

Travel back in time to the golden age of the Great Western Railway and savour the sights, sounds and smells of steam as you explore this 21-acre living museum with trains dating from Victorian times to the 1960s. 

Downton Gazette

Downton Gazette is a cultural website recently created just after the Covid-19 Pandemic in order to promote the beauty through art, music, theatre and literature and concerning whatever can be referred to Downton Abbey TV drama series. Thus

Finest Hour Experiences

Finest Hour offers unforgettable flying experiences in a fleet of immaculately-restored vintage and classic aeroplanes, taking in the sights of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and the Cotswolds.  Take the controls yourself as you float over

Kelmscott Manor

Kelmscott Manor was the inspirational country home of William Morris; poet, designer, craftsman, socialist and founding father of the Arts and Crafts movement.

Longborough Opera Festival

World-class opera in the Cotswolds, at Longborough Festival Opera (29 May to 3 August) 

Marwell zoo

Marwell zoo is home to hundreds of exotic and endangered animals all within a beautiful 140-acre park.

Mind Body Spirit Events

Deer Spirit Mind Body Spirit Wellbeing Shows and Psychic & Wellbeing Fairs take place all over Oxfordshire and in Gloucestershire, Bucks, Beds and Herts.  

Museum Of Oxford

Within Oxford's Grade II* listed Town Hall is the Museum of Oxford, a museum designed with the people of Oxford for the people of Oxford. Co-curated displays, engaging interactives, vibrant designs and accessible spaces focus on the town's history,

Nocturne Live Festival

Since its inception in 2015, the Nocturne Live series has presented performances from the likes of Elton John and Kylie Minogue, transforming the Great Court at Blenheim Palace into the ultimate outdoor concert arena.

Oxford Castle and Prison

Come and explore the 1,000-year history of Oxford Castle and Prison! Step back in time with our costumed guided tours and see fascinating stories come to life.

Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra

The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the leading orchestras in the UK. Praised as ‘excellent’ by Gramophone Magazine and ‘thoroughly impressive’ by BBC Music Magazine, the Orchestra’s reputation is based on the uncompromising

Paul Robins Promotions

Under the name Paul Robins Promotions, they partnered with The Northcourt, Abingdon and Delaney's Club, Wantage, and now ‘exclusively’ showcase some of the biggest names in the tribute industry including Hi-on Maiden, ED Sheeran Experience,

Pegasus Theatre

Pegasus: More than a theatre Pegasus has been creating theatre for, by and with young people in the heart of East Oxford for over 50 years.  We provide young people from diverse backgrounds with creative opportunities, aspiration

Soldiers Of Oxfordshire Museum

On the doorstep of Blenheim palace, Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum (SOFO) is a new take on the classic military museum, sharing stories of people affected by conflict, from soldiers on the front lines to ordinary people on the home front.

Spa: Visit Wallonia

The bubbling waters of Spa which has given its name to thermal resorts all over the world have been attracting visitors to Eastern Wallonia since Roman times.

Stokenchurch Dog Rescue

Stokenchurch Dog Rescue  was set up by local residents in 1963 to save the lives of stray, abandoned and unwanted dogs, as well as those impounded by the police. Since then we have successfully rehomed thousands of dogs and are well known

The Bodleian Libraries

The Bodleian Libraries, set in the heart of the dreaming spires, is a historic venue steeped in romance and elegance.  The Bodleian now offers the chance for couples to enjoy the magnificent rooms, whether it be an intimate ceremony or

The Cheltenham Festival

The wait can feel like a lifetime, but once The Cheltenham Festival finally arrives, it does so with a roar with top-class action coming thick and fast. There is something for everyone, with off the track entertainment throughout those four

The Chipping Norton Theatre

We are a theatre, an arthouse cinema, a gallery, and a concert hall.  

The Mill Arts Centre

The Mill Arts Centre is a lively cultural hub for Banbury and the surrounding area, supporting local artists as well as a busy professional theatre programme.

The North Wall Arts Centre

The award-winning North Wall Arts Centre opened in 2007, and brings together artists and audiences from Oxford and beyond to make, share and experience art of the highest quality.

Van Gogh House

Follow in the footsteps of Van Gogh with a visit to the house he once lived in as he embarked on his artistic journey between 1878-1880.

Waterperry Gardens

Seven miles from the heart of historic Oxford lies Waterperry Gardens, 8 acres of beautiful ornamental gardens with a fascinating history. Established as a School of Horticulture for Ladies by Beatrix Havergal in 1932, it is now home to a

Wise Investment

As an employee owned business we are all here for the long term together with our clients. Everyone that works at Wise Investment is an owner and this means we are involved in every step of the business journey which creates engagement and commitment

Fantasy forest Winchcombe
Wed 19 Jun 2024

From magical festivals and outdoor theatre, to a fun-filled day out for the whole family to enjoy, Sudeley Castle & Gardens is hosting an array of enchanting events this summer.

1967 Penelope Tree Vogue Young Idea 1 David Bailey khiotb
Thu 13 Jun 2024

There are some figures – cultural icons – who seem to occupy such a different reality that the idea of them being as human as the rest of us seems surprising. For several heady years, Penelope Tree defined the free spirit of the 60s, endlessly portrayed through a photographer’s lens, inevitably that of her lover, David Bailey.

nik
Thu 13 Jun 2024

The sound of Nik Kershaw’s distinctive vocals will doubtless ricochet readers straight back to their youth. His debut album, Human Racing and follow-up, The Riddle dominated the album and the singles charts with hits like Wouldn’t It Be Good and Don Quixote.