Oxford Beer Week 2019
Oxford’s Local Breweries produce a very wide range of beers from the traditional to highly innovative modern beers that compare with any
In October 2019, at Milton Keynes Theatre we will be celebrating our 20th birthday – we know, we don’t look a day over 18, do we…! It’s a landmark occasion, and we are inviting everyone to help us celebrate.
As Well As Your Home!
For most of us, the mere thought of tax is enough to drain us of all enthusiasm, let alone encourage us to consider whether we can save any. So let me try and inspire you with some of the following simple and effective ways on how to save tax, and add some flexibility into your future plans.
Based on the British Book Awards Biography of the Year, Toast is a new play based on Nigel Slater’s award-winning autobiography. Vividly recreating suburban England in the 1960s, Nigel’s childhood is told through the tastes and smells he grew up with - to reflect this, audiences will be offered samples of the dishes and tastes central to his story during the show. From making the perfect sherry trifle, waging war over cakes through to the playground politics of sweets and the rigid rules of restaurant dining, this is a moving and evocative tale of love, loss and...toast.
Be A Part of It
Listen closely, not for very much longer.... The New Theatre Oxford is looking to host the city’s biggest Time Warp- and very soon!
from Bianca Elgar
March heralds not only International Women’s Day on the 8th but also Mother’s Day on 31st. OX favourite, Bianca Elgar, has created a new campaign in celebration of all the women in our lives: strong, independent, funny, wise and beautiful. It’s currently showing on Bianca’s website and social media and features three generations of Oxford residents.
For the Girls
Denise Welch talks her 60s, stripping and sobriety with Sam Bennett...
Put South West Writing Landscape on the Map
Paper Nations, a creative partnership led by Bath Spa University’s Research Centre for Transnational Creativity and Education (TRACE) and funded by Arts Council England, is calling
Tolerance, France and Inspirational Women
The FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival 2019 welcomes author Joanne Harris, talking about her life, work and return to her best-known characters with new book The Strawberry Thief – the fourth novel in the series which opened gorgeously with Chocolat 20 years ago. This year Harris – also flautist and singer in the #Storytime Band – will receive the festival’s honorary fellowship as well. Here Sam Bennett asks her about the standards of Paris and just how progressive Britain really is.