Sam Bennett caught up with playwright and poet Travis Alabanza, who spoke about the effect lockdown has had on their work as well as life in general – doing so from the comfort of their bed.
Community-based event takes place around the city and online
Oxford’s Christmas Light Festival has traditionally been a major event drawing people into the city centre for a weekend of extraordinary activities for all.
In Conversation with Stephen McGann
Best known for his role as Dr Turner in Call the Midwife, we speak to Actor and science communicator Stephen McGann about the way popular BBC drama Call the Midwife has engaged millions of viewers with the changes in medical practice over the last 60 years.
Bringing the social sciences to the larger public
Using Greek Mythology as a lens to view the world of politics...
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
RUMAHfest is coming to your home this September. Expect an eclectic mix of commissioned spoken word and sonic performances, scratch works, food treats and comedy skits re-imagined on a digital platform.
Pegasus is back! We are reopening our doors for classes and our Young Companies from 7 September. After instating a number of safety precautions, we are delighted to be welcoming young
Exhibiting for Oxfordshire Art Weeks
Running the 26th August to 16th September, Wantage’s Dolphin Gallery will be exhibiting for Oxfordshire Art Weeks, recheduled after unfortunate circumstances earlier this summer. With a