Archive for July, 2019

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Pompeii Exhibition at the Ashmoleum Museum

It is certainly worth seeing the glorious statue of Bacchus and the Etruscan burial urn. Pompeii, is an ancient Roman city, located on the slopes of Mont Versuvius, near the modern Italian city of Naples.

by July 29, 2019 0 comments Art, Events, Food, Oxford
Oxfordshire Blue Plaques Board will be unveiling  a Blue Plaque
>> commemorating
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>> JOAN MURRAY (née CLARKE)
1917 – 1996

Unveiling of Memorial Plaque for Joan Murrray, Larkfields, Headington Quarry, 27 July 2019.

Headington can be very proud that Joan Murray (1917-1996) one of the leading code-breakers who worked at Bletchley Park during World War II, lived here

by July 27, 2019 0 comments Events, Julia Gasper, Oxford
Romeo and Juliet for Oxford Prospect

Romeo and Juliet at The Rose Theatre, Blenheim Palace.

It is amazing how the “pop-up theatre” itself has been constructed in a couple of weeks in front of the palace whose familiar outline is visible from the Elizabethan village. Indeed, if you want to make a day of it and visit both the palace and the theatre you can buy a joint ticket. Otherwise you can just opt to go to one of the four productions running this summer: Romeo and Juliet, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, and Richard III.

HERE’S WHY YOUR GYM IS BUSIER IN SUMMER THAN IN JANUARY

HERE’S WHY YOUR GYM IS BUSIER IN SUMMER THAN IN JANUARY

– British adults more likely to exercise in the summer than any other time of the year – 1 in 2 are motivated by summer holidays – 1 in 5 are being motivated by friends’ weddings Brits are more likely to hit the gym over summer than any other time […]

by July 2, 2019 0 comments Going Out, Health, Press release