From stage star to songwriter... Prior to releasing the album, We Are More Than One, Michael Ball talks about his "first proper" foray into songwriting.
There's just one week to go until we kick off our Easter Put on a Play in a Week workshops, so if you haven't booked yet, what are you waiting for?
Alice in Wonderland: Curiouser and Curiouser
Alice in Wonderland: Curiouser and Curiouser opens on 27th March at the Victoria & Albert Museum and reflects the various ways in which artists across the years, globe, genres and generations have taken Alice as their muse.
Wildflower Meadow Paintings
An exhibition of paintings by landscape artist Elaine Kazimierczuk will be on display at the North Wall Arts Centre from 17 – 25 May as part of Oxfordshire Art Weeks.
A Champion of Wonderful Women
Born and raised in The Liberties area of Dublin, Imelda May has become one of Ireland’s most famed female artists in history. Today she talks admirable women, tomato sauce, and working to live.
Here’s How Trends Have Changed During Lockdown
I have been working as a buying agent/property finder in Oxfordshire for eleven years. The last three months – despite the economy being in lockdown – has been my busiest period for new client enquiries since my company was set up. Here are a few things to consider if hoping to buy or sell this year.
For over 90 years, the National Garden Scheme has raised money to support nursing and health related charities through co-ordinating the opening of fine private gardens in England and Wales to the public each year.
Esteemed in our Eyes
Sam Bennett interviews the amazing Siobhan Bennett for the upcoming women's issue. And so marking Mother’s Day, Siobhan Bennett (a mum of five) becomes the first in our ‘OX-traordinary Humans’ series.
The days are lighter, the weather is more temperate, outdoor exercise is sanctioned: a trinity of reasons to invest in a new pair of trainers. Here’s our pick of this season’s crop.