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Important March 2020 Dates for your diary

Here are a few important dates for you March 2020 diary. 3rd March – March meeting of Oxford First Tuesday 4th March – National Grammar Day 4th March – World Sustainable Energy Days ends 6 […]

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Cocktails, Dance & Dinner at Blenheim Palace

Travel back in time to the Roaring Twenties as Blenheim Palace invites you to a magnificent Cocktail Dinner Dance on 13 March, celebrating this famously decadent decade. As part of the Palace’s new temporary exhibition, […]

by February 19, 2020 0 comments Blenheim Palace, Eating Out, Events, Family, Food, Going Out
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Blenheim Estate Unveils Historic New Land Strategy

“Almost a third of the UK’s land is managed by estates like ours and we have a huge social, environmental and economic responsibility to deliver a clear vision for its future role in our society,” said Blenheim’s Estates Director, Roy Cox.

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.